Casale L’Antico Fascino, Pontassieve, Firenze – Toscana

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  €1,500,000

Beautifully presented large traditional farmhouse with a swimming pool and panoramic views for sale in Pontassieve, Florence. The farmhouse, which dates back to 1850, was tastefully restored between 2007 and 2010. The property sits on a hillside about 400 metres above sea level with far reaching views. The house is within a small, popular, small village, just 10 miles east of Florence, has been restored to preserve all its ancient charm. In an idyllic setting, amongst rolling green hills, the farmhouse is in a quiet, secluded setting. At present, the farmhouse is divided into three apartments, with a total of six living rooms, six bedrooms, six bathrooms and a large panoramic terrace. The property has lots of traditional Tuscan architectural features such as terracotta floors, exposed wooden beams and a stone façade. All the apartments offer comfortable accommodation with light, modern warm interiors.  Close to local services, the house is also within easy reach of all the museums, art and attractions of Florence. It’s also ideally positioned for visiting other popular Tuscan towns such as San Gimignano and Siena. The property is ideal for holidays lets or for living in as a first or second home.

 

 
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PROPERTY Ref: 0FIR1744


Where: Pontassieve, Province: Florence, Region: Tuscany.


Type: Farmhouse with swimming pool and land, on two levels; approx. 380 sqm.


Conditions: Renovated between 2007 and 2010.


Land: Approx. 1.5 hectares (4,5 acres) with olive grove and approx. 750 trees, completely fenced.


Swimming pool: Panoramic and infinity, 15 x 6 m and 150 cm deep.


Parking place: Outdoor.


Layout:

Basement:

Cellar;


Small apartment of approx. 70 sqm:

Ground Floor:

Living Room / Dining Room,

Kitchenette and access to the panoramic terrace,

Bathroom;


First Floor:

Large bedroom;


Large apartment of approx. 140 sqm:

Ground Floor:

Two living rooms / dining room with access to the terrace,

Kitchenette,

Bathroom;


First Floor:

Living / TV room,

Two bedrooms,

Bathroom;


Apartment of approx. 165 sqm:

Two living / dining rooms, with access to the terrace,

Kitchenette,

Bathroom;


First Floor:

Three bedrooms,

Living room,

Two bathrooms.


Distance from services: 1 km.


Distance from the main airports: Florence 22 km, Rome 105 km, Perugia 168 km.


Gravel road: 600 m.


Utilities:

Fixed telephone network: Available.

Wi-Fi: Available.

Heating: Pellet boiler and radiators.

Well: Condominial and artesian for irrigation and potability.

Water: City water supply.

Electricity: Available.


Air conditioning.


Energy Efficiency Rating: G.


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Location description

Firenze

Florence became a cultural and commercial hub, experiencing its peak in the fifteenth century, under the Signoria of Cosimo and Lorenzo de' Medici. Following Lorenzo’s death, in 1492, the Florentine Republic ceased to exist and the Grand Duchy of Tuscany was born, which lasted until the unification of Italy. The four districts of the historic centre are a good reference point amidst the architectonic and historical wonders envied worldwide. The heart of Florence is in the Santa Croce-district, where we find Piazza della Signoria, with its Palazzo Vecchio and the Galleria degli Uffizi with masterpieces by Giotto, Leonardo, Botticelli, Michelangelo, Piero della Francesca, Raffaello, Caravaggio and many more. The Vasari Corridor leads to Uffizi in Palazzo Pitti passing over the Ponte Vecchio, the city’s oldest bridge. Directions: By car: The A1, the main artery connecting North and South, has four exits at Florence. The A11 and the Firenze-Pisa-Livorno (FI-PI-LI), dual carriageway, connects Florence to the Tyrrhenian coast. By train: Florence has three main stations Firenze Santa Maria Novella, Firenze Campo di Marte, and Firenze Rifredi. Santa Maria Novella is the most important station. By plane: airport of Firenze Amerigo Vespucci.