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Full Description

Mezzola is a typical stone-built Tuscan farmhouse, located among vineyards, in the Chianti Gallo Classico, only 1 km from Cerbaia and 18 km from the centre of Florence. Until a few years ago, it was the home of the owner, an antique dealer, who restored and furnished it for family use. The interiors of the house are very comfortable and furnished with antiques. The living area is particularly spacious, with a big living room and kitchen, opening to a furnished courtyard where outdoor meals can be enjoyed. The location of the house is ideal, not only for exploring the surrounding Chianti area, but being less than ten minutes from the two highways connecting Florence to Siena and Pisa, so it's possible to visit these wonderful Tuscan cities in less than one hour drive. Ground Floor: Entrance hall; large sitting room with fireplace; dining room with fireplace; billiard room with fireplace; guest-bathroom; kitchen opening onto the front courtyard furnished for eating outside; double bedroom with en-suite bathroom (shower only) and sitting area. First Floor: Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and dressing room with single bed; twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom; 2 double bedrooms; bathroom. On this floor there is a small bridge connecting to the back garden where the pool is situated.The former wine cellar is now an extra apartment of around 130 sq.m. with big livingroom, kitchen two bedrooms and bathroom.The garden is nearly 8000 sq.m.Big swimming poolHighlights: very close to Florence. Highway exit: 6 km, Florence: 15 km, Siena: 65 km

Key Information

Property ID: 21386975
Location: Italy, Tuscany, Florence, San Casciano in Val di Pesa
Categories:
  • House
  • House
Bedrooms: 15
Bathrooms: 6
Price:
  • £1,320,278
  • €1,480,000
  • $1,662,630
Short Description:

Mezzola is a typical stone-built Tuscan farmhouse, located among vineyards, in the Chianti Gallo Classico, only 1 km from Cerbaia and 18 km from the centre of Florence. Until a few years ago, it was the home of the owner, an antique dealer, who restored a