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Four-storey villa with a pool and a garden in Marcialla, Tuscany, Italy

1,690,000 €
  • Total area
    620 m²
  • Land area
    2,500 m²
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
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  • Total rooms: 15
  • 4-floor building
  • Built in 1995
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Fully finished
  • Equipped with household appliances
  • Wood parquet flooring
  • Lots of natural light
  • Quality sanitary ware

Beautiful villa with spectacular views of the Chianti countryside and San Gimignano. The villa is located in a residential area but boasts absolute privacy and tranquillity. It is equipped with all the necessary comforts. The villa is accessed through two pedestrian gates and a driveway gate that gives access to the large paved courtyard and garage. The garden is truly beautiful, with attention to every detail. The large swimming pool also has a whirlpool. The technical rooms are accessed by an underground ramp. The villa has several outdoor spaces and loggias where you can eat al fresco. A beautiful vegetable garden has been created in the upper part of the garden. In this portion of land, being buildable, it is possible to build an annex.


On the ground floor — a large living room with a dining area, a TV room, a kitchen and a bathroom with shower. All the rooms have access to the various loggias adjacent to the garden.

On the first floor — three bathrooms and three double bedrooms, one of which is very large and enjoys an en suite bathroom with tub and shower and a spacious walk-in closet. From the bedroom and the walk-in closet there are two balconies, respectively, boasting beautiful views of the Tuscan countryside.

The second floor (the attic) — a study that can be transformed into the fourth bedroom, with a beautiful panoramic terrace.

In the basement — the second kitchen and a large living room with dining area and relaxation area with TV, a bathroom with shower and a beautiful wine cellar. The basement is completed by some rooms intended for laundry, gym and garage (two cars).

Location and nearby infrastructure

The villa boasts a beautiful view of the Tuscan countryside even though it is located in a residential area of Marcialla. Marcialla is a hamlet of the municipalities of Certaldo and Barberino Tavarnelle, located on a hill that acts as a watershed between the Val d'Elsa and the Val di Pesa. The hamlet historically always maintained a considerable strategic importance, precisely because it allowed controlling the two valleys. Marcialla is mentioned in a map of the Val d'Elsa made by Leonardo da Vinci and now preserved in the Royal Library of Windsor. Marcialla also boasts places of interest and religious buildings such as The Church of San Lorenzo in Vigliano, the Church of Santa Maria, the Palazzo Bargagli Stoffi and the Villa Capponi. The local community is very united in fact, during the summer season, they organize many village festivals in the main square.

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