XIX century stone exposed Mansion of 1000 square meters on three levels plus underground cellar and garden of 4000 square meters with external stairs which leads from the back to the terraces sloping down towards a green valley.
The main faÃ§ade has pedestrian access and a driveway connected to the garage, and from the garage there is the possibility of entering the house .
On the ground floor of the Palazzo there is a entrance hall and a hallway with large kitchen on the right, with professional equipment, stone oven, pantry and dining room nearby, bathroom and a large living room with outside access and dining room.
The second entrance has a large hallway with a closet on the left and the stairs to the first floor, with elegant ceiling decorated with wooden beams (height from 3.30 to 4.30 meters) and coats of arms belonging to the old families that owned the villa in the past.
The main hall is connected to a second kitchen with fireplace and pantry, dining room, study with fireplace and two bedrooms reachable by a small hallway that connects to the large bathroom. Most of the rooms are decorated and the house is actually lived in. Some of the originale furniture can be bought with the villa.
On the second floor there are three large rooms with variable height between 2.75 and 4.40 meters, waiting to be restored to create more living space, ideally also for a B&B activity.
Classe energetica G, 345,89 kW/mq annuo
The Pisan Hills, is a small but splendid area of Tuscany not far from the Tyrrhenian Sea and still immersed in the peace of nature, in harmony with the works of man but still rich in its immaculate charm. We called it wealth, and indeed the historical, cultural and artistic heritage of the territory fears no rival.
The charm of the little medieval towns with their ancient castles, their fine palaces with all the allure of the centuries, their churches full of hidden treasures, are bound to attract the tourist who appreciates such things. The great open spaces will give great satisfaction to those who love to walk in harmony with nature. But the Pisan Hills are not an open-air museum, or an untouchable nature reserve: here you will find a community pulsing with life, thriving on an economy based on the most varied activities.