Casina Mazzuoli is housed in small palazzo that belonged to an old Sienese family who moved to Città della Pieve and lived there during the 16th-17th centuries. It stands on Corso Vannucci close to the Archbishop’s Palace, the church of Santa Maria dei Bianchi and the Oratorio of the Adoration of the Magi, outstanding masterpiece of the town’s most famous son, Perugino.
The sunny house is laid out over two floors and extends from the Corso to Le Piagge with views over the characteristic narrow lanes, Monte Cetona and the Valdichiana. It has been recently completely renovated, is cool in summer and warm in winter and furnished with family antiques. There is ample parking near the house.