In Valdera, on top of a hill, surrounded by over 47,000 square meters land, is for sale this complex, consisting of two buildings with a total surface of 511 square meters, each with private access.
The comune of palaia will allow, after a presentation of a restoration project, the possibility of dividing the biggest rustico of 320 square meters into 4 units while the second building of 191 sqm in 2 units, both with pool thanks to a well. Directly on the site there is the connection to water, electricity and metan gas.
The location of the complex is extraordinary, as it is set in stunning panoramic position, but not far from a grocery store, bank and post office.
Castelfalfi is only 5 km away, a perfect destination for golf lovers, while the spa town of Casciana Terme is 16 km away, At the same distance Pontedera, famous for an italian symbol, the Vespa, and Lajatico, where the great singer Andrea Bocelli was born.
Volterra is only 28 km away: a 3000 years old city as it was built by the etruscan, and then modified during the Roman period with one of the best preserved theaters, and fortified during the Renaissance age.
San Gimignano is 32 km away, Unesco World Heritage Site for urban and architectural characteristics of its historical center.
The complex is set 40 km from ‘airport of Pisa Galileo Galilei, 40 km from Lucca and the Versilia with its endless beaches and 48 Km from Livorno, the main hub for the Mediterranean islands and the Etruscan Coast.
Among the municipalities of the so called Valdera (Capannoli, Chianni, Lajatico, Palaia, Peccioli and Terricciola) Palaia owns the largest number and the widest variety of cultural attractions, in Palaia and in small villages like Villa Saletta, Montefoscoli, Toiano and Forcoli. For their timeless beauty, these places have been immortalized by important cinema directors like Paolo and Vittorio Taviani who have filmed here The Night of San Lorenzo and Fiorile and, more recently, Paul Virzi for N (Io e Napoleone).