Gorgeous 4 BDR farmhouse, totally refurbished with land and swimming pool, Peccioli, Pisa, Tuscany
The villa is set in a picturesque hamlet in Peccioli municipality, only 3 km from a small village with the first services (bar, restaurant and chemist shop) while Peccioli itself is only 8 km distance, where it is possible to find a wider choice of services and amenities.
The house is 300 sqm (net floor area), on two storey, completely renovated and divided into 3 separate and independent units. Two apartments are of 75 sqm and they are composed of: ground floor with a large kitchen/living-room and bathroom; on the first floor one bedroom with loft and bathroom. The third corner unit is larger, 150 sqm and it comprises: on the ground floor a kitchen, living-room, lounge facing the private garden and a bathroom; an internal stairs lead to the first floor which consists of 2 bedrooms en-suite.
Each apartment has independent systems, air conditioning and gas heating.
The house boasts a fantastic South-West exposition and a breathtaking 180° unobstructed panoramic view and overlooking the private pool , as the other dwellings in the small hamlet are located on the back of the property. Access is granted by a paved road with automated gate.
The villa presents bright and good size rooms, characterized by wide windows/French doors, terracotta floors, under floor heating; all renovations have been executed to an extremely high quality with the use of quality materials.
The sale includes 22.185 sqm of land with 350 olive trees under production, several fruit trees, a 15 x 6 meters swimming pool, set in panoramic position (sunset facing) with a wide solarium area, gazebo and photovoltaic system.
Most of the furniture and garden tools are included in the sale. This is an ideal house either for residential use or as holiday let, thanks to the 3 separate units, the closeness to the facilities and supermarkets, the easy access and the stunning view and scenery.
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