Historically, every Tuscan casa colonica (country house) had an adjacent Fienile, a structure where hay was stored. The terracotta slats enabled ventilation and protection from the sun.

This second, smaller structure is a two-bedroom, three-bathroom guesthouse apartment with its own kitchen, dining room and living room. The bedrooms have impressive views of the sprawling valley and its proximity to the property's lake allows for the symphony of frogs to be a nice lullaby. It has floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the garden and open up to its own terrace with a spacious dining table.