Casa Oasi

Tuscany, Siena, Radda in Chianti

    • Sleeps 6 Guests
    • Bedrooms 3 Bedrooms
    • Bathrooms 3 Bathrooms
    • Floor area sq m 126 m2
    • Pool
    • WiFi
    • Air con
    • Cook
    • Terrace
    • Dog welcome
    • Airport distance:
      Florence 70 km
      Pisa 115 km
      Rome 275 km

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    Comfortable ground floor villa in the Chianti Classico

    Enjoy an authentic and idyllic rural holiday at this secluded villa with a pool found deep in Chianti. Sitting on the edge of a hamlet, the beautifully restored farmhouse is on a vast private estate and boasts sweeping views over vineyards, fields and oak forests. All on one level and with one wheelchair accessible bedroom and bathroom, the villa is ideal for visitors with mobility difficulties. 

    The compact villa is encircled by a manicured garden. The pool with sun beds and a covered dining pergola both overlook the bucolic vista. To make the most of al fresco meals, there’s a pizza oven and BBQ.

    Indoors, wooden beamed ceilings and terracotta tiles are combined with contemporary furnishings, art prints and creative lighting. The interiors are bright and airy thanks to large arched windows and French doors. A door leads from the dining terrace into the well-equipped kitchen which has a round table with a table seating six. There is also a living room with a flat screen TV. Of the three en-suite bedrooms, two have double beds with lovely iron bed-frames and the wheelchair accessible room can be set up with a king bed or two twins. The bathrooms feature modern fixtures and large walk-in showers.

    Next to the villa there is a larger house which is lived in, but which only has two small windows onto the garden and pool of Casa Oasi. Two trees have been planted in front of the windows, therefore, guests still have wonderful privacy.

    Directly from the villa you can enjoy excellent hiking through the forests and fields of the area. Wine lovers need not venture far to savour some of the best Chianti wines, plus a short drive away are charming villages and cultural destinations of Tuscany including Florence and Siena.


    Casa Oasi lies between Florence and Siena, and belongs to a very large, private property - a sprawling 800-acre estate in the heart of Chianti Classico, made up of rolling vineyards, olive groves and oak forest and has a history dating back at least 1,000 years. Casa Oasi is 3.5 km from the centre of the property, a private borgo or hamlet.

    Majestically crowning a hill the ancient borgo consists of a fortified medieval castle, an 18th-century villa, a Romanesque-Gothic parish church, and several adjacent restored farm houses. Due to its position between the republics of Siena and Florence, the fortified castle rose in strategic importance and was fought over by the intense rivals.

    Over the centuries the estate’s vineyard also grew in prominence and it was at this very estate where the standard blend of Chianti wine was developed in the 19th century, which was also the first of Tuscany high quality wines. While the current owners do not produce their own wine, 22 hectares of the estate’s vineyards are leased to a noted local wine maker.

    The estate’s church is an architectural jewel. An even older church stood here, before being replaced with the Romanesque structure in the 11th century. Damaged by fire in the 14th century, it had some renovations in the Gothic style. The vaulted ceilings of the nave feature beautiful frescoes dating to 1367 and depicting the life of Christ. There is also a working organ from the late 18th century. The church can be used for weddings and in summer occasional concerts are also held.

    This magical location provides the perfect setting for creating special memories with family and friends and its tranquility and splendid natural allure also make it ideal for wellness and creative retreats.

    There is a wide range of things to do in the area to complement your Tuscan holiday. Within close proximity are medieval villages, castles and exceptional wineries. The area’s vineyards and fields are crisscrossed with smaller backroads, perfect for exploring on foot or by e-bike. Siena and Florence are also within easy reach and can be visited on day trips from the estate.

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    • Pool 9.70 x 2.70m
    • Air conditioning throughout
    • Internet WIFI connection
    • Satellite TV
    • Dishwasher
    • Washing machine
    • Tumble dryer
    • Fridge and separate freezer
    • Microwave
    • Oven
    • Induction stove
    • Coffee makers (American/Italian/Nespresso machine)
    • Toaster
    • Kettle
    • Mixer
    • Ice machine
    • Iron and ironing board
    • Hair dryers
    • Mosquito screens
    • Water purifier (Grohe) for still and sparkling cold water
    • Fire extinguisher
    • Smoke detector
    • First aid kit
    • Parking spaces
    Touring Ideas

    Radda in Chianti 8 km – 15 min

    Panzano 18 km – 25 min

    Castellina in Chianti 20 km – 30 min

    Greve in Chianti 25 km – 35 min

    Siena 30 km – 40 min

    San Gimignano 45 km – 1h 10 min

    Florenz 55 km – 1 h 15 min

    Arezzo 70 km – 1 h 15 min

    Pisa 120 km – 2 hr

    Rom 245 km – 3 hr



    Radda: The next town is Radda in Chianti, there are shops, trattorias, banks, post offices and pharmacies.
    Majestically perched on a hill and surrounded by a sea of green, this alluring town’s position is truly spectacular. It has a medieval walkway and main square, where the Palazzo del Podestà displays its coats of arms and elegant arches. This palace had been the headquarters of the Chianti League, a military-political organisation that controlled this territory under Florence rule, for over four centuries. Opposite is the Neo- Romanesque Church of San Niccolò.

    Castello di Ama: This tiny hamlet is the unexpected setting for museum-worthy contemporary art.The “town’s” handful of handsome buildings are now part of the Castello di Ama winery — one of Chianti’s finest — and house some of the works that the winery began commissioning over a decade ago. Today the collection consists of a dozen permanent pieces, including works by Anish Kapoor and Kendell Geers. Their two-hour guided visit includes the winery, the artwork and a tasting of the estate’s olive oil and wines (€35; book in advance).

    Brolio Castle: A must for wine lovers, Brolio is one of the oldest wineries in the world and is where the Chianti style of wine was “born.” This is the former home of the extremely wealthy Ricasoli family who has owned the estate since 1167. You can visit the castle and the gardens on your own or book one of their guided tours which includes the history of the estate, its wine-making facilities, cellars where Brolio’s wine is aged, and concludes with a wine tasting.

    Castellina in Chianti: A small medieval town nestled at the top of a rolling green hill at an altitude of 578m. Via Ferrucci, a pedestrian zone, is the main street and home to a number of restaurants, some with outdoor seating. Castellina is dominated by its early 15th century castle, home to the Archaeological Museum of Chianti Senese displaying ancient artifacts from area excavations, including many from the Etruscan settlements of the area. The parish church San Salvatore contains an important fresco of the enthroned Madonna attributed to Bicci di Lorenzo.

    Panzano: This picturesque town is well worth a wander and which features gorgeous views of the surrounding vineyards. Be sure to drift behind the square where you will find the old fortress and the Church of Santa Maria. The town is home to world famous butcher Dario Cecchini and his eatery, ideal for a hearty lunch. If you’re looking to do some shopping, track down Verso x Verso for custom designed leather goods. Just outside Panzano stands the beautiful 12th C parish church of San Leolino which houses precious pieces of sacred artwork.

    Greve in Chianti: A charming town with a delightful main square surrounded by porticos and pottery shops and other artisanal boutiques. On Saturdays this square hosts a weekly market and you can further enjoy the square’s ambiance over a delicious cappuccino and pastry at the Pasticceria Chianti.

    Montefioralle: A tiny hilltop hamlet of Montefioralle, worth the detour from Greve. Leave the car in the parking just outside the wall (piazza Santo Stefano) and walk the narrow cobbled streets of this small borgo that started its life as a castle. Get the camera ready for some very picturesque scenes.

    Badia a Passignano: The splendid monastery of Badia a Passignano takes the form of a quadrangular fortified monastic complex with corner towers. Towards the middle of the 15 C the convent was augmented by the addition of cloisters and a wall. Information regarding the year of the Badia’s foundation is unclear. In 1049 Badia passed into the Vallombrosano order, a reformed branch of the Benedictines. In 1545, the abbey became an important theological, literary and scientific study centre; the monastery chronicles report that Galileo Galilei taught mathematics here from 1587-1588. The monastery is still today occupied by the Valombrosiani monk community.

    The “Strada Chiantigiana“ (SR 222): An ancient road leading from Florence to Siena is full of spectacular scenery, historic sites and the romance of the Tuscany region of Italy. This back road runs through rolling hills overgrown with vineyards to Chianti’s small cities and towns such as Greve, Radda, and Gaiole.

    Hot Springs: In Tuscany there are several natural hot springs fed by volcanic water from 30 to 55 degrees Celsius. Some of them have been known from Etruscan and roman times like Calidario and Saturnia. You can add to your holiday in Tuscany a day in a thermal hot spring.

    San Gimignano is a small walled medieval hill town in the province of Siena, Tuscany, north-central Italy. It is mainly famous for its medieval architecture, especially its towers, which may be seen from several kilometers outside the town. The town also is known for the white wine, Vernaccia di San Gimignano, grown in the area.

    Siena: The Sienese have no doubt, their town is the most beautiful in all of Tuscany, if not all of Italy. Siena has remained a Gothic city. Renaissance, one of the major influences in Florence, hardly affected the urban development of Siena. The city unfolds around the main shell-shaped square called “Il Campo.” Twice a year the famous horse race known as the “Palio” takes place here. The narrow streets are lined with old shops and small cafes, while churches and museums are real treasures of the fourteenth century.

    Florence: The city lies on the Arno River and is known for its history and its importance in the Middle Ages and in the Renaissance, especially for its art and architecture. A centre of medieval European trade and finance, the city is often considered the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance; in fact, it has been called the Athens of the Middle Ages. It was long under the de facto rule of the Medici family. From 1865 to 1870 the city was also the capital of the Kingdom of Italy. The historic centre of Florence continues to attract millions of tourists each year and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982.


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    • Living room
    • Kitchen with dining table
    • 2 king bedrooms with en suite (shower)
    • 1 king or twin bedroom with en suite (shower) – wheel chair accessible


    • Private, 1000 sqm garden surrounding the house
    • Dining pergola
    • Pool
    • Manicured lawns and views over rolling hills and forests
    • Parking spaces
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    • Bed, bath and kitchen linen with change on Saturday
    • One mid-week cleaning is included (includes changing of towels but not bedlinen). If you have rented the villa for more than one week, the house will be thoroughly cleaned and the linen changed on the 7th day. 
    • Pool towels, one per person
    • Air conditioning
    • Heating
    • Electricity
    • Internet WIFI connection
    • 2 baby cots with bed linen and 2 high chair on request
    • Final cleaning
    • Pool cleaning
    • Garden maintenance
    • Welcome hamper: milk, fruit juice, bread, fresh fruit, jam/honey, biscuits/cereals, pasta sauce, extra virgin olive oil from the estate, salt, pepper and vinegar, coffee pods, ground coffee, tea, sugar. 


    • One small or medium-sized dog up to 30 kg is acceptable upon advanced approval and with payment of an additional security deposit.
    • Tourist tax: The municipality charges EUR 2 per person per night for the first 7 nights, some exemptions apply. You will be asked to settle this on arrival.


    Guests are asked to make a security deposit of EUR 600 (credit card pre-authorisation held by the agency). At the end of the stay the credit card pre-autorisation will be cancelled, unless it has to be used partly or fully for any damage.

    SERVICE ON REQUEST (please enquire with us when booking)

    • Additional cleaning and change of linen for the whole villa: EUR 170 
    • Chef for meals
    • First shopping


    • Reservations from Saturday to Saturday are preferred, flexible dates on request. Minimum stay: 5 nights from June to mid-September. 4 nights April-May and mid-September to mid-November. 4 nights stay do not include midweek cleanup. Rates for less than 7 nights on request.  
    • Availability only during the above mentioned dates
    • Pool opening dates: April to mid-November
    • Official check-in 4pm – 7pm; check-out 10am at the latest. Special check-in and check-out requirements must be discussed at the time of booking and confirmed with the villa manager. Additional costs may incur. Please note that the estate cannot grant multiple welcoming services for the same group. 
    • The maximum occupancy of the house is 6 persons and 2 infants under 4 years of age.

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