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Traditional villa with an olive plantation in Bagno a Ripoli, Tuscany, Italy

3,000,000 €
  • Total area
    380 m²
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  • 2-floor building
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Car parks

The main villa of 380 m² has two levels, there is also a 20 m² “lemon house” that can be converted into an extra house for service people, spa area or summer kitchen. The farm is spread over a total area of 18 hectares with about 5000 olive trees. The average annual production of oil is around 10/13 tons. Authorization was granted to plant another 5000 m² of vines by 2020 as well as to various fruit trees. Fruit production is mainly centered on figs, apricots and cherries. The activity of this farm is enriched by the farm of about 80 m². Accessing from the exclusive entrance there is a large room and the characteristic kitchen, on the same floor there are three comfortable double bedrooms with two bathrooms and a closet for exclusive use. Two cars can be parked conveniently outside the courtyard.

The production activity takes place in the building of about 110 m² where the oil mill, the warehouse, a large room for the sale of products, a closet as well as the dressing room and a service bathroom are located. For guests were created a large jacuzzi with a mini swimming pool from where it's possible to admire the Cathedral of Florence.


From the main entrance you enter what was once the old stable and now converted into a large living room embellished with an old billiard table and a fireplace from the time. An entrance hall leads to the second living area consisting of three large rooms characterized by big windows overlooking the exclusive garden; on the same floor there are also guests bathroom, the large eat-in kitchen served by the pantry and a double bedroom.

A comfortable internal staircase leads to the first floor where there is a comfortable sleeping area consisting of five bedrooms of different sizes, all with their exclusive bathroom.


The villa is in excellent condition recently redeveloped in all its parts and is ready to be lived. High quality materials have been used – the floors are in old terracotta while the ceilings are embellished with the old beams. The kitchen furnished with taste in order to favor practicality and elegance underlined by the choice of elegant and refined tiles. The sleeping area offers terracotta floors and custom-made solid wood furniture.

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