Property For Sale Montevettolini,Italy

For sale by real estate agent - Montevettolini

7 bed Property for sale

Superb 7 Bedroom House in Montevettolini italy

$665,262 | £546,159 | €600,000
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ForSale SqFt Area 4Baths 7Beds
Superb 7 Bedroom House in Montevettolini italy
Euroresales Property iD - 9825005
Property information:
This property is an excellent 7-bedroom house located in Montevettolini, Pistoia, italy.
The property consists of 7 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, large lounge, spacious kitchen and dining area.
The property includes a private pool but it is in need of restoration to bring it back to its original state.
Along with the private pool there is also a private garden which provides a wonderful area to relax.
The property is located at an elevated position, down its own private drive with no neighbours, providing splendid views of the surrounding italian countryside.
The house is situated on a plot of land which is 15 acres in size and has its own well, providing excellent water.
The land also includes a large stone barn which has a partially covered apartment, olive trees, meadow, small woodland area and an abandoned vineyard.
The house is only a short walk to the medieval village of Montevettolini which has a bar and restaurant & located just 10 minutes from the elegant Spa town of Montecatini Terme with a fashionable high street, tram, 18 spars, horse racing, golf course and many amenities.
The property is being sold as unfurnished.
Other information:
Bedrooms - 7
Bathrooms - 4
Distance from Florence - 30 minutes
Distance from Lucca - 30 minutes
Distance from Pisa - 45 minutes
Plot Size - 15 acres
About the Area:
Montevettolini is a fraction of Monsummano Terme in the province of Pistoia.
The village still consists today in the ancient fortress on the top of a hill, located at km 4.35 on the 436 state road towards Fucecchio .
The fortification spontaneously surrendered to Florence at the beginning of the 16th century and in 1597 Ferdinando i de 'Medici commissioned the construction of the Medici villa of Montevettolini, which incorporated the village.
The rustic farm-house, with a polygonal layout, was part of a vast reclaimed territory at the turn of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
in a lunette by Giusto Utens of the Museo di Firenze as it was (1599) we see the villa painted "with a bird's eye view", with the church of San Michele and Lorenzo next to it, with the bell tower that was once the door-tower of the fortress, still existing today.
Not far from the town is also the oratory of Santa Maria della Neve , with a valuable fifteenth-century fresco from the Pistoia school.
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