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Villa of 151 m2 supplied by a large private garden, surrounded by the Tuscan countryside that presents suggestive landscape. The structure enjoys of a strategic position, because it is near important cities: Volterra, San Gimignano, Siena, Certaldo and offers a wonderful view on the surrounded hills.
The building has been realized respecting the Typical rustic style of the Tuscan farm and it well melts with all mod cons of the residence. The interiors present well-groomed finishes and are characterized by refined materials, like stones, the floors of the living area done in terracotta tiles and wood floors of the sleeping area.
The villa, although near other buildings, enjoys of privacy thanks to an independent entrance, large open spaces and exclusive car parks. On the ground floor we find large French doors leading to a loggia. The structure is on two levels: the first level hosts a large entrance with living and dining room, a kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom. Reaching the second floor we find two  bedrooms one of which with loft and bathroom.
Technical Details

Interior surface: 151 m2

Exterior surface: 186 m2 + 71 m2 of loggia

bedroom: 3

bathroom: 2

living room: 1

dining room: 1

kitchen: 1

plus other rooms and technical shed


car park 


Pisa km 60 – Siena km 46 – Castiglioncello km 42 – San Miniato km 40 – Florence km 76 – Castelfalfi Golf Club km 21 – Livorno km 65 – Pisa airport km 56 – Lucca km 56 – Highway: Florence sud exit:  km 49.

Ref: 0319A
price: Up to 2,5M


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Tuscany Volterra

The origin of Volterra is dated back to XXI century BC, in the Eneolithic period, when the particular position and the richness in mineral resources supported the creation of the first settlements. The city was founded thanks to the Etruscans who, since the VIII Century, extended their power all over Tuscany.
Under this Etruscan submission  Velathri ( the ancient name of Volterra) became a very important city from the economic and political point of view. In this period Volterra became similar to a city-state ruled by a prince, called “lucumone”, and extended its power to the surrounding territory and it was included in a federation of twelve Etruscan cities called “dodecadopoli”.
This prestigious moment ended when Volterra, like the other cities of the federation,  was submitted to the Romans (260 BC). During the Middle Age Volterra reconquered its indipendence and became a free commune since the XII Century till 1472, when Florence conquered the city thanks to the army of Lorenzo il Magnifico.