Interesting property composed of various buildings and plots of land, both agricultural and forest, for a total of about 70 ha. It consists of two residential areas, one of which is older and the other has been built recently. Between the two areas, there is a fountain and, further downstream, a large pool shaped like a bean. The first nucleus includes 3 buildings dating back to the end of 1800, completely renovated maintaining the architectural style of the era, with stone and brick facades and ceilings with exposed wooden beams. The 3 buildings are a manor house of approx. 550 square metres on two floors, a former barn of about 190 square metres (95 square metres per floor) and a former pigsty/stable that develops on the ground floor and is divided into two apartments, both with mezzanine (about 130 square metres) . The second housing complex, recently built, is divided into 3 buildings with a more modern design but with references to the past such as wooden ceilings and terracotta bricks, lime plasters in pastel colours, terracotta floors. The total area is approx. 1,230 square metres plus terraces and porches for an additional 100 square metres. The buildings are surrounded by large, well-tended green spaces with hedges of native plants, terracotta walkways and parking areas. There is an efficient irrigation system thanks to the presence of two lakes inside the property. The estate is completely fenced and equipped with an alarm system. Each room is air-conditioned. Heating is supplied by heat pumps, LPG boilers and solar panels. The need for water is guaranteed by the municipal aqueduct. Both for its position, a few km from the most important Tuscan tourist destinations, and its extension, this estate is very suitable for tourist purposes and an ideal place for receptions and weddings, activities that the current owners have been doing successfully for years.
The property is located on the road that goes from San Gimignano to Volterra, formerly called Via del Sale and now called Via Volterrana, in a dominant position with breathtaking views of the Tuscan hills. In the Middle Ages this road connected the towers of the rich San Gimignano to the salt pans of Volterra. The road linked also the ancient Etruscan city with Florence and along its pavement, which winds between hills and valleys, walked for centuries the mules loaded with salt from the Tyrrhenian Sea.
San Gimignano 11 km
Volterra 20 km
Motorway connection to Florence / Siena 23 km
Siena 52 km
Florence 60 km
Castelfalfi Golf Club 15 km
Pisa airport 63 km