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9 bed farmhouse for sale

50023 Impruneta Province Of Florence, Italy

£7,060,750

€7,950,000

Features

  • 9 bedrooms
  • 11 bathrooms
  • 4 reception rooms
  • Freehold
  • 9 bedrooms
  • 4 reception rooms
  • 11 bathrooms
  • Leisure Facilities
  • Lift
  • Outbuildings
  • Garden
  • Land
  • Secondary accommodation
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tennis Court
  • Terrace
  • Vineyard
  • Staff accommodation
  • Private Parking/Garage
  • 34.59 acres

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Description

This panoramic property measures a total of around 2283 sq.M, is immersed in typical Tuscan countryside enjoying a dominating position with fabulous views. It has 14 Hectares of private land including olive grove and vineyard plus parkland of around 5000 sq m, a panoramic pool and a tennis court

This elegant property has been totally restored by the current owners and work was completed in 2007.

On 3 floors as well as cellars on the basement level the villa has a small tower with 2 small panoramic terraces. A lift joins the 3 main floors.The Limonaia serves as a pool room with it's summer kitchen and shower facilities.

The little hamlet has antique origins, documentation regarding the place known as Casalino date back to the end of the 12th Century and refer to the birth of Accursio da Bagnolo, a highly esteemed law expert who interpreted the laws of Giustiniano.

He was born between 1182 and 1185 in a farmhouse, part of property owned by the family Macci, and this farmhouse is the oldest part of the hamlet today.
The property remained in the Macci family until after 1427 then passed to Antonio di Simone Della Camera until 1462 when it was sold to the children of Ser Batista di Antonio Bartolomei who owned it for more than a century. It then passed to the Salvetti's at the end of the 16th Century, Niccolo' di Cristofano Berardi at the beginning of the 17th Century and the Pecori family in 1659.

In 1687 it was inherited by senator Luigi di Giovan Gualberto Guicciardini, then Count Antonio Pecori and his descendants until 1844 when it was bought by Leopoldo Pasqui, who built the Villa in Neoclassic form and reorganised the farm buildings determining the current planimetric configuration.

Energy classification G and performance Index 178.3 kWh/sq. M per annum.

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