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Villa – Vicchio, Tuscany, Italy

3,400,000 €
  • Land area
    110,000 m²
  • Bedrooms
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  • Total rooms: 50
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Mountain view

The entire property measures approximately 3000 m² and is developed in three separate buildings: the villa of 750 square meters intended for the owners’ residence, the farmhouse of 600 m² which consists of six beautiful independent apartments, a seventh still to be restored and also a third building to be restored of approximately 800 m² The main villa has two independent entrances that divide the property into two large apartments which are accessible with each other internally. The first apartment has an entrance hallway that leads to a large living room, a kitchen with a working fireplace, a laundry area and a service bathroom. Continuing on the first floor one finds four bedrooms, two bathrooms and two closets. There is also a second attic floor composed of the same rooms as the first though it is yet to be renovated. The second apartment has an entrance onto a large living room with a working fireplace and access to the panoramic terrace, a storage room, a dining area with a kitchen and another working fireplace, a laundry and study room. A short corridor with a small service bathroom leads to the staircase to the first floor composed of other bedrooms, a bathroom and a terrace with a view. Here too there is a second attic floor to be restored. In the basement of the entire villa is a large cellar. The entire property features structural elements typical of Tuscan Architecture such as wooden beamed stone ceilings and ancient grit floors. The second volume of 600 m² is now used as a farmhouse and consists of 6 apartments, each with an independent entrance to the living area with a kitchen and a working fireplace, bedrooms and a bathroom. There is also a seventh apartment still to be restored. To complete the property is a third volume of 800 m² to be restored, a small annex, an old hunters residence completely made of wood composed of an entrance onto a small living room, a kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom, a large garden with swimming pool and 11 ha of land partly planted with olive groves, vineyards and woodland. Adjacent to the driveway of the property is a large shed now used for storing wood but easily converted into a parking area. The property has both central heating and independent heating thanks to the presence of a boiler for each apartment, working fireplaces and an 18 kw photovoltaic system. Vicchio is a town in the Tuscan countryside of Mugello, an area with ancient Etruscan origins. Mugello was a very important region within the Florentine Republic where new urban centers emerged from the thirteenth century onwards. It was closely connected to the city both administratively and economically and the town of Vicchio remained extremely loyal to the Republic even when under siege by Spanish troops. The town is known above all for having inspired the religious scenes of Giotto who frequently evoked the colors, landscapes and atmospheres in his works. In addition to Giotto’s house is the church of Sant’Andrea Barbiana, the Cimabue bridge and the Museum of Sacred Art. Also not to be missed are the splendid Tuscan hills which surround it and which give it an atmosphere of tranquillity only a few steps from Florence. Vicchio → Florence: 41.7 km Vicchio → Santa Maria Novella Station, Florence: 39.6 km Vicchio → The mall, Florence: 35.5 km Vicchio → Siena: 125 km Vicchio → San Gimignano: 106 km Vicchio → Galileo Galilei Airport, Pisa: 138 km

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