In panoramic position with views over the castle of Federico Barbarossa , which was rebuilt after being destroyed during the Second World War, is for sale this country house, restored and recently renovated, set in the center of a private garden of 2,000 square meters. The villa is divided into two units that could be easily connected.
The main unit has, on the ground floor, bathroom , dining – room with access to the loggia , kitchen and bright living room of 41 sqm with two openings and the exit onto the garden and a spacious basement , where we find a relax area with mini- pool and bathroom. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a hallway connecting the master bedroom of 23 sqm with exclusive access to the loggia .
The smallest unit has kitchen-living room with access to the large veranda, bathroom and staircase to the first floor where we get to the bathroom and the master bedroom of 18 square meters , also with exclusive access to the loggia with panoramic views.
Included in the surface of 400 square meters also two garages of 46 sqm and 19 sqm with large terrace of 100 square meters from which you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the surrounding hills.
Tuscany is one of the richest regions in history, and this history has always attended San Miniato, the city of the XX miles. The title comes from its particular geographical location, being San Miniato on the Via Francigena, which connected during the Middle Ages, northern Europe to Rome. San Miniato was right in the middle between Florence and Pisa, Lucca and Siena. And within twenty miles Pistoia and San Gimignano, Volterra and Vinci are easily reachable. Not so surprising that San Miniato was a favored city of emperors such as Frederick II of Swabia and Popes such as Gregory V and Eugene IV. In 1533, for example, as evidenced by a manuscript of the same Buonarroti, they met in San Miniato Michelangelo and Pope Clement VII, who commissioned the Sistine Chapel.