Villa designed by architect Gae Aulenti located just outside the medieval walls of Pisa, in a quiet residential area. Situated within walking distance of all necessary services and a ten-minute walk from Piazza dei Miracoli and the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
The 464 sq.m 5 bedroom property is distributed on two levels plus a small basement cellar, ideal for storing wines at a controlled temperature. The building was designed and constructed in 1973 by architect Gae Aulenti, the only example of her residential work in the whole of Tuscany. It was built with many windows to enable in plenty of light as well as a large skylight. Special features include solid brick walls, ceramic and terracotta flooring and fireplace.
The villa comprises on the ground floor a living room with large fireplace, an eat-in kitchen, reading room, private study and 3 en suite bedrooms. Upstairs offers a living room with kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom and 20 sq.m terrace. This can be used either as part of the main house or as an independent apartment with direct access from the garden. Additionally there is a laundry room, boiler room and a storage room with access to the building's systems. Other features include skylights with insulating double glazing and motorised covering system, cavity wall insulation, heating via fan coils, an alarm with infrared sensors and cameras and carport for 2 cars.
Outside is the 2500 sq.m garden surrounding the building is well-maintained and fully fenced, guaranteeing privacy and security.