- Located on the ancient communication road used by travelers who wanted to reach Siena from San Gimignano from the "Two Doors" in order to avoid the marshy area of Abbadia a Isola, this farmhouse is a typical example of spontaneous architecture. - Surely built in various periods, around the remains of a 16th century watchtower, it is a typical example of “spontaneous” architecture (the family increased, the rooms added). The house has been restored in the respect and colors of the Sienese peasant tradition. It is spread over three levels and consists of two completely independent but communicating housing units, for a total of 600 square meters. - The main house consists of three bedrooms with bathroom, three large communicating rooms where there is currently the fireplace room, the television room, with bathroom, and the dining room. A large library near the master bedroom. - A large kitchen, with loggia, together with three "service" rooms, pantry and laundry-ironing room complete the first house. - The second unit includes two bedrooms with bathroom, large kitchen and living room as well as an external cellar room. - An ancient oven, fully functional and a hut with barbecue complete the structure. - Panoramic position with 2 hectares of woodland and partly olive grove (120 plants) and an area used as a vegetable garden. The property includes a large private swimming pool. 12 KM away from Siena.