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Farm for sale in the south of Tuscany

6,000,000 €
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    29,000 m²
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Farm for sale in the south of Tuscany, in Montecatini Val di Cecina province of Pisa, 30 Km from the sea Tirreno (Cecina), 16 Km from Volterra, 70 Km from Pisa, 90 Km from Florence and 60 Km from Siena.

The farm is located in a hilly and easily accessible position, extending over an area of ​​43 hectares with an ancient village where the manor house and houses with a church are inserted. The estate is concentrated on three sites: Villa Castello mq. 4502 Borghetto mq. 1500 Hotel mq. 1200 for a total of mc. 29,000.

The Villa is in good condition. Inserted in a cypress wood, it has valuable features both in terms of construction and the architectural. At the center there is an open cloister which overlooks the various living spaces and where they access the premises used for old warehouses and cellars.

The whole is spread over two floors above ground with cellars and attics per square meter. 4,500 global.

The houses of the village are built in stone, partly still inhabited. Valuable from the constructive point of view for their classicism and antiquity, in particular the former rectory that has historically significant architectural features. The village was and is still used for housing in warehouses for agricultural use. It consists of 4 buildings for n. 7 houses and n. 4 funds.

The hotel is located outside the village and has been converted from an old large farmhouse. The ground floor have been realized by the large rooms, obtained from the old stables, with reopening of the round arches and sandblasting of the vaults, the flooring is fired. On the upper floor there are 19 rooms for a total of n. 40 beds and the home for housekeeper. The complex is in a wonderful position with a wide view from which you can admire the city of Volterra, the town of Montecatini V. C. and the valley of the Cecina river.

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