Pontassieve (Firenze) - 15 Kilometers from Florence
On a hill surrounded by greenery and vineyards, characteristic portion of a stone farmhouse.
The paved courtyard leads to the main entrance of the house. The ground floor features a large entrance hall, a kitchen, a living room, a cellar and a bathroom. On the first floor there are three comfortable bedrooms and a bathroom serving the sleeping area.
The interiors present the typical features of Tuscan farmhouses, with terracotta floors and ceilings with beams. The courtyard, on which there is a comfortable stone annex, is ideal for outdoor lunches and dinners and offers a spectacular view of the typical Tuscan countryside. The famous "Castello del Trebbio", which belonged to the Pazzi family and was subsequently confiscated by Lorenzo de 'Medici following the famous conspiracy, is clearly visible.
The property includes land of 18,000 square meters, partly of olive grove.
The house was built between the end of the 1200s and the beginning of the 1300s with the features of the so-called "Casa Di Signore", which consisted of a tower with habitable rooms inside and used by the owner's family for holidays.
The two villages of Santa Brigida and Molino del Piano, where there are shops and services, are within easy reach (they are respectively 2 and 4 km from the house); train station at 7 km (Sieci).