Magnificent 101 hectare estate located halfway between Florence and Pisa, in the heart of Tuscany.
The farm falls almost entirely within a wildlife hunting reserve and all buildings on the estate date back to the period from the second half of the 19th to the early 20th century and have been restored in recent times with the idea of maintaining their original rural appearance wherever possible. The properties are in excellent condition, having always been maintained by the current owners. The driveway is adorned with cypress trees in the Tuscan manner.
The estate consists of a 700 sq.m 10 guest apartment building with 19 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. The owners house of 240 sq.m comprising a living room, dining room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. There are a total of 380 sq.m of warehouses and storerooms, as well as 2 farms in need of restorations, a 4.5 hectare vineyard producing grapes as well as white and red wine and an olive grove of 480 trees spread over 1.1 hectares, produces excellent extra virgin olive oil.
Not far from the farmhouses, in a slightly elevated position is the garden with swimming pool surrounded by a paved sunbathing area and hedges.
Additionally there are 2 poderi on the estate to be renovated including a 360 sq.m ruin with only the foundations of the building visible today. However documents from several years ago that show the approximate appearance of the building will allow for a fairly accurate reconstruction. A second 550 sq.m pedere has perimeter walls and some partitions of the building making it possible to reconstruct the building in its original form.
Special features include wooden beams, fireplaces, terracotta floors, a carport and large woods with truffle ground.