Agritourism resort for sale on Tuscan hills
This farmhouse for sale is a few kilometers from Vinci, on the Tuscan hills and surrounded by nature among expanses of vineyards and olive trees.
This property is composed of three separate buildings, including a restored barn. They were all built in the 19th century and have been preserved through accurate renovation works while respecting their original style and the surroundings.
The agritourism resort measures 1,700 m2, it is divided into apartments and bedrooms and it is home to a restaurant with a professional kitchen and two big halls that measure 80 m2 and 135 m2 respectively.
The master villa features four bedrooms and four bathrooms, while six independent apartments have a bedroom, a kitchen, and a bathroom each.
There are 18 hectares of grounds, nine hectares are cultivated with Chianti DOCG vineyard and two hectares are home to 220 olive trees.
There is also a beautiful swimming pool surrounded by cypresses and bushes, offering a private and welcoming space to relax during the summer and appreciate the quiet countryside.
There is a tunnel in the garden leading to a cellar that measures 150 m2.
The panoramic view from this agritourism resort is fabulous and you will be surrounded by the most authentic Florentine countryside; in the proximity of this property for sale it is possible to go horse riding, play tennis, golf, go canoeing and practice target-shooting.
price: 2,5M to 5M
Municipality: Cerreto Guidi
Internal surface: 1,700 m2
External surface: 18 hectares
Swimming pool: 7 x 14 m
Chianti DOCG vineyard: 9 hectares
Olive grove: 2 hectares
Vinci 3 km - Florence 36 km - Pisa 46 km - Siena 79 km - Certaldo 20 km - San Gimignano 32 km – Bellosguardo Golf club 3 km – Thermal spas 15 km – Ski resorts 68 km – Florence airport 33 km
price: 2,5M to 5M
Tuscany Florence - hills
The area of Cerreto Guidi, in the province of Florence, has been inhabited since the Bronze Age, as shown by some archaeological evidence relating to huts built in the 15th century B.C.
Nevertheless, the first news regarding Cerreto Guidi date back to the second part of the 8th century.
The town, located halfway between Florence and Castiglioncello's beautiful sea, changed its name when the Counts Guidi came and built a castle here.
However, it was in more recent time, in the 13th century, that Cerreto Guidi knew a period of development thanks to the Medici, who favoured this hamlet and included it into the Republic of Florence.
The place, particularly close to Florence, was obviously liked by the Medici and especially by Cosimo I, who, in the 16th century had a stunning villa built on the ruins of the castle of the Counts Guidi.
Today, this exclusive area is home to stunning Tuscan-style luxury properties and farmhouses surrounded by charming vineyards and olive groves.