Villa le Terrazze, Firenze – Toscana

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This beautiful estate is located very close to Florence. It has been carefully restored using traditional materials. The villa is registered as a winery and produces high quality wine. Size of the vineyard is between 2 and 3 hectares. The villa also has 2 independent buildings and a separate cellar next to the house. The grounds are very well maintained and the property is completely fenced. This villa represents one of the more luxurious estates in the region.

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Where: Florence, Municipality: Florence, Province: Florence, Region: Tuscany

Size: The estate covers 1,000 sqm with 2 to 3 hectars of vineyards

Ground floor:
Large living room
Dining room

First floor:
4 to 5 double bedrooms
En-suite bathrooms
Tower with bedroom

There is a large swimming pool and pavements made of stone which run throughout the property. The land has been fenced and there are a number of trees and fruit trees in the grden area.
There are also a number of terraces which offer fantastic views of the surrounding area.

The independent buildings can be separate apartments or work studios.
The cellar is close to the house for the wine production.

Location description


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.