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Historic villa with 2 pools, a park and a tennis court in Vinci, Tuscany, Italy

2,350,000 €
  • Total area
    1,770 m²
  • Land area
    12,822 m²
  • Bedrooms
    12
  • Bathrooms
    19
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Features
  • 4-floor building
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Furnished
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • High ceilings
  • Equipped with household appliances
  • Lots of natural light
  • Quality sanitary ware

Luxurious period villa a few km from Vinci, in a panoramic position with a view that ranges from San Gimignano to Lucca, Volterra and the Arno Valley. The property has an area of ​​approx. 1,770 m² over 537 m² of terraces and balconies and 12,822 m² of parkland.

In the basement there is a heated indoor pool of almost 30 m², with a whirlpool area. Another splendid swimming pool is located in the garden of the marvelous 11,000 m² park that surrounds the property, also with whirlpool, measuring 6.5x15.5 m. A tennis court of regulatory size, which can also be used for volleyball and five-a-side football, further enriches the beautiful park, characterized by suggestive avenues, fountains, pergola, tub with water lilies and various corners with stone seats and tables, designed by the famous architect Porcinai.

Interior

The bedrooms are 12 in total, 8 of which are in suites, the bathrooms are 19 in total. On the ground floor there is a large kitchen with various utility rooms attached, a study and a large living room adjacent to the entrance, while another living room is located on the mezzanine floor.

A large reception room with a capacity of 250 people is located in the basement and is equipped with an industrial kitchen, perfect for holding events.

Equipment

Inside this prestigious residence we find quality materials, finishes and furnishings, such as the original grit floors, the high barrel ceilings, the perfectly restored wooden window frames, the large fireplace, the antique oak parquet floors, the billiards too.

Location and nearby infrastructure

  • Florence 50 km
  • Pisa 50 km
  • Forte dei Marmi 60 km
  • Lucca 20 km
  • Montecatini Terme 7 km

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    Location right down to the building, street or city

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