Beautiful luxury villa on the hills of Prato
This beautiful luxury period villa is located on the beautiful hills of Prato, just a few kilometres from Florence.
This luxury villa was originally built at the end of the 1700s – early 1800s and features two joined buildings and a number of outbuildings for a total floor surface of 900 m2, and benefits of a spectacular view over the nearby city of Prato.
The manor house is constructed on two floors and presents a large entrance hall, three large living rooms, a dining room, a large kitchen, five bedrooms and four bathrooms in the sleeping quarter, with a number of utility rooms and a live-in attic.
The interiors in each room merge modern shapes and decor with the original historic elements of the building, with refined finishes and elegant furniture. The second building features eight rooms and three bathrooms. To the rear of the building we also find a two-room apartment .
This prestigious luxury house in Prato is surrounded by a 9000m2 terraced enclosed garden featuring a centuries-old woodland, an Italian style garden, a vegetable garden, a stone made tavern, a lemon conservatory with an indoor pool and a large panoramic terrace.
This luxurious period estate on the Tuscan hills is surely the perfect solutions for those looking the luxury qualities of this splendid region, with the benefits and comforts of a peaceful and reserved location, a short distance away from the city.
Type: Period luxury villa
Internal surfaces: 900 m2
external surfaces: 9,000 m2
Manor hosue: 600 m2
Annexe: 8 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Converted lemon conservatory with indoor pool
Italian style garden
Tuscany – Prato: Florence km 21 – Montecatini Terme km 27 - Lucca km 58 – San Gimignano km 67 - Pisa km 78 – Viareggio km 82 - Golf Club Le Pavoniere km 4 – Parco Termale Tamerici km 21 – Florence Airport km 15
price: 2,5M to 5M
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Tuscany – Prato. A city of central Tuscany at the centre of the plane of Florence, Prato and Pistoia, Prato boasts a number of monuments of great historic and artistic interest . Many buildings, mostly from medieval era, are characterised by materials of local origin. Particularly the frequent use of two types of marble.
Prato is home to some of the most important painters from the 14th century to the Reinassance collected at the Museo Civico in Palazzo Pretorio, featuring painters such as Filippo and Filippino Lippi, Bernardo Daddi, Giovanni da Milano and Botticelli. Contemporary art also finds a wonderful placement at the Centro per l'Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci.
Prato’s economy has always been based on the textile industry, although it has changed and diversified in the years shifting to service industries, mainly banking, insurance and free-lance.
Its closeness to Florence has also made it more sought after, Prato features a good number of luxury villas in its luxuriant green surroundings, on its gentle hills just a few kilometres from the comforts of the two cities.