La Stallina is a gracious maisonette set in an ancient seventeenth-century building that once served as a stable.
Positioned in a secluded location within the main garden, La Stallina's private terrace offers a breathtaking view over vineyards and the Tuscan hills.
The original terracotta tiled floors date from the sixteenth-century and the interior features exposed beamed ceilings and a rustic corner fireplace in the spacious living room. The living area has a sofa bed, and the interior style combines original architecture with contemporary designer touches.
The maisonette includes a kitchenette. The bedroom features a double bed and the bathroom is decorated with Carrara marble and equipped with a shower and a bathtub.
La Stallina hides in plain sight in the heart of Borgo Pignano.
74 mq - 796 sq.ft.
1 Queen size bed
Some of the works are by well-known modern and contemporary British artists while many have been made during residences by students and alumni of The Royal Drawing School, established by King Charles III.