Exclusive stone farmhouse, for sale a few kilometers from Siena, Florence and San Gimignano with swimming pool and land
This exclusive farmhouse, for sale in Tuscany, has been completely renovated, using valuable materials and trying to combine the typical characteristics of Tuscan farmhouses, such as wooden beams and stone floors, terracotta and parquet, to more modern elements.
The property for sale in the Tuscan countryside consists of the main villa and an annex, the villa is on two levels for a total of about 400 square meters, entering the property you find yourself immersed in a large and bright living room, connected to the dining room, a relaxation room and a large kitchen with fireplace and wood oven, all these rooms are connected to the outdoor patio where you can enjoy outdoor dining.
Also at this level there is also a warehouse, a storage room and a bathroom.
On the first floor we find the sleeping area consisting of five double bedrooms all equipped with private bathroom en suite, as well as a further double bedroom and a lounge.
The annex overlooks the magnificent swimming pool with waterfall, and consists of a living area and two rooms served by a bathroom.
Outside, the property is surrounded by about 40 hectares of land, partly composed of manicured garden spaces, where we find the beautiful swimming pool and partly woodland.
The property for sale in Tuscany is suitable both as a private residence and as a tourist accommodation.
The property is located in the Tuscan hills, the main services are about 8km, 14 km we find the center of Barberino Val d'Elsa. The main distances from the property are: Florence airport (41 km), Pisa (95 km), San Gimignano (38 km), Siena (50 km), Lucca (94 km) and the sea of the Tuscan coast (100 km).
The Florentine hills has long been the common name by which is designated that complex of reliefs - hills and mountains higher - surrounding the city of Florence on three sides. In the hilly belt around Florence there are some more pronounced reliefs such as Monte Morello, Monte Acuto, Monte Ceceri, Poggio Alberaccio, Poggio di Firenze.
In fact, at the heart of this natural basin lies Florence, cut in two by the Arno River, which, with its countless works of art and its rich museums, has the world record of the greatest number of artistic and cultural expressions compared to such a small area. Around the city a series of towns and villages with remarkable historical, artistic and cultural attractions that make worthy crown to the capital of the region.
On the slopes of the hills, vineyards and olive groves constantly characterize the landscape. The centuries-old cultivation of vines and olive trees is widespread and clearly visible everywhere. Excellent is the wine, with some productions that have obtained the Chianti Classico quality mark of the Florentine Hills. As for extra virgin olive oil, the production has been documented since Etruscan and Roman times and has constantly expanded in the following centuries.