4 to 5 Bedrooms • 2 Receptions • 5 Bathrooms • Farmhouse • Swimming pool • Secondary accommodation • Outbuildings
This ancient, rare property is situated in a stunning location. Dating back to the 1400s it still maintains many original features and has been restored over the years without disturbing the atmosphere and charm of this handsome, historical building. It originally belonged to the nearby convent and was previously a watchtower due to its prominent position.
The main house is set over 2 floors and comprises a kitchen, pantry, bathroom and dining room (once the portico) with large open fireplace. Steps lead up to the sitting room also with fireplace and stairs lead down to a vaulted cellar, billiard room with door onto rear loggia for al fresco dining and a lower laundry/staff room. There is an independent colombaia room currently used as a guest suite with bathroom. The office has a door to the garden and to a guest bathroom.
The first floor has original stone features, floors and enormous beams, 3 bedrooms and bathroom all with delightful views, master suite comprising a study/sitting room, large bathroom and bedroom of ca. 80 sq.m in the original granary part of the house with a terracotta stove and impressive beams. The 2 outbuildings include a restored agricultural building of ca. 80 sq.m with bathroom and potential further accommodation with loggia over the threshing floor and a room of ca. 40 sq.m with pizza oven which was once the pigsty.
There is also an Infinity pool with cement lining of 11 x 6 mts and the 7 Ha of land include 4.5 Ha of olive grove with 850 trees producing a fine IGP DOP oil, woodland and garden.
There is a well, mains water and several water-collecting cisterns, GPL central heating, electric entrance gate and covered parking in rear garage for 3 cars.
28 km from Florence, 16 km from Greve in Chianti, 3 km from the Siena/Florence superstrada, 53 km from Siena, Pisa International airport 82 km, Florence airport 43 km (All distances are approximate)