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An Impressive Development Project Close To Florence.
€3,200,000
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  • 30 bedrooms
  • Outbuildings
  • Garden
  • Land
  • Restoration project
  • Conversion project
  • 4.94 acres
Property description
For a total of ca. 3.770 sqm in a beautiful location enjoying sunset views, a fascinating building complex set around a courtyard and adjacent to a Pieve dating back to 1028.
An agricultural estate that grew around a roman Pieve dating from 1028 now requiring total restoration with the potential to create a wonderful B+B or event location. Enjoying beautiful sunset views over olive groves towards the Chianti hills, there are over 3.770 sqm of buildings to develop.
One of the most important farm estates in the Valdarno in the 1500s when it belonged to the Santa Maria Nuova Hospital in Florence, it then was owned by the Pucci family from 1783 to 1844.
Originally comprising many farmhouses contributing to the feudal system of mezzadria and gradually sold off, the property now has impressive and large cellars built in 1631. There is also a seperate stable building on 2 floors. There is a private internal courtyard and many features including a grand 1st floor terrace and loggia are still visible, despite the precarious condition of some parts. There are 2 Ha of olive groves and pasture.
Energy class:G Index 257.951kWh/sq m/per annum

Regello 8 km, Florence 31 km, Pontassieve 23 km, Florence airport 55 km, Pisa airport 152 km, Rome 262 km, Greve in Chianti 39 km.
All distances approximate.
Set in beautiful countryside in an area of particular natural beauty with many interesting historical towns and churches along the famous pilgrimage route of Sette Ponti. Close to the town of Donnini with all main services and on the edge of a Natural Reserve, the area is ideal for treking, cycling and horse riding.

Regello, Florence, Tuscany, Non Chianti Area, Florence, Italy
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