Country villa built in Rinascimento Period style set on the hills of Montopoli val d’Arno. The villa has a nice porch with elegant succession of arches that characterizes the main facade of the building, creating a covered corridor with an L shape, useful to reach the main entrance on the south-west side and the other entrances. The main entrance hall has a height of 3.60 meters: on this floor we find a spacious sitting room with exit to the porch, windowed bathroom and large kitchen.
On the first floor we find a master bedroom with two windows and direct access to the first bathroom with solar lighting, second bathroom, second double bedroom with three windows, a third bedroom with two windows and study.
The other portion of the villa has kitchen and living room on the ground floor and garage. On the first floor we find the master bedroom with two windows facing south-west and a second bedroom, both served by a bathroom and connection to the large attic, with 3.00 meters height on the central part.
The property has a surface of 500 square meters and private land of 6590 sqm with annex.
Montopoli in Val d’Arno rests on the ridge of a hill tuff that overlooks the plain of the Arno to the south.Defined by the Boccaccio as a “model castle” for its powerful fortifications, it was contested by both Pisa and Florence until the famous Battle of San Romano, immortalised by Paolo Uccello in the three paintings preserved today at the Uffizi, the Louvre and the National Gallery. The hamlet was developed in the centuries that followed and bears a wealth of churches and works of art: the Oratory of San Sebastiano, the Church of the Madonna del Soccorso, the Conservatory of Santa Marta. (http://www.pisaunicaterra.it/en/montopoli-in-val-d-arno-en.html)