The two buildings face a quintessential Tuscan rural, scenic panorama overlooking 320 hectares of coppiced woodland, which are all part of the property. The woodland occupies, almost as far as the eye can see, the entire view from the garden or property windows.
The land is also crossed by an affluent of the river Merse, one of the cleanest rivers in Italy, a shallow stream that can be easily traversed on horseback. 

Based on a careful annual cut plan developed seasonally with local agronomists, about 14 hectares selected on rotation are yearly coppiced; that piece of land then is given its time to regenerate and grow back and in 22 years time is ready to be cut again. The profit for the wood sale generates annually something like 45.000 euro on an average.

But apart from the annual maintenance profit the woodland generates, it is also interesting to notice the value of the land as it grows exponentially year by year. Recent environmental politics seem to be more appreciative towards a logic of preservation, in fact such forests are considered carbon sinks as they absorb more carbon from the atmosphere than they release, making them a source of constant clean air and oxygen. Conserving forest land promotes healthy air, water and soil, and helps to combat climate change.