A period complex on the Tuscan hills, represented by a manor house with a series of arches, porter's lodge, independent house, an ancient church, a trot track, all surrounded by a large park of 18 hectares.
In the green hills of Tuscany, near the big cities like Florence and Pisa, which can be reached by car in 45 minutes and only by car in 10 minutes from the spas and complexes of Montecatini and in 20 minutes from Pistoia.
The complex is currently represented by 4 buildings, including concierge, villa, secondary villas and church.
The manor house of about 1200mq with a large courtyard enclosed by a porch consists of 43 rooms, arranged on three staggered levels and a single room in a turret. Large rooms, very bright spaces and with great heights, the presence of the fireplace lend themselves well to create an environment of great representation and charm.
95mq's caretaker's house at the entrance to the area of the complex, a secondary villa characterized by stone walls on two levels of 440mq.
To complete the property there is also a beautiful private chapel of 105mq.
STATE AND FINISHES
The whole complex needs work, at the moment it is unfinished, with partial finishes in certain environments. Possibility to build other 3000 sqm of living or recreational space, project presence for the creation of a resort. Additional information available upon request.
A large park of about 18 hectares with arable land, a large part dedicated to the trot track. There are two water wells to provide irrigation, one of which has existed for a long time and one has just been completed.
The property boasts of a recently expanded water reserve for use in periods of drought. According to the geophysical and geo-gnostic investigations carried out with the direction of the geologist, the possibility of having thermal water would be very high.
The complex lends itself well to creating a high quality resort with many outdoor sports activities - swimming pool, small lake, tennis court, trotting track, or an apartment complex of various sizes in the context of greenery.