Country villa with swimming pool and tennis court in Colline di San Miniato - Tuscany

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PropNo5103-PAS999
Type of useHousing
Type of commercializationPurchase
Type of propertyHouse
Kind of propertyCountry house
Postcode56028
CitySan Miniato
CountryItaly
Provinces (Italy)Pisa
Living area450 sqm
Plot size160.000 sqm
Number of rooms13
Number of bedrooms5
Number of bathrooms4
Purchase price2.000.000 €
External commission4,88%
Currency
Commission noticeDer Käufer bezahlt 4,88% aus dem notariell beurkundeten Kaufpreis, fällig bei Unterzeichnung des Kaufvertrages
PropNo5103-PAS999 Type of useHousing
Type of commercializationPurchase Type of propertyHouse
Kind of propertyCountry house Postcode56028
CitySan Miniato CountryItaly
Provinces (Italy)Pisa Living area450 sqm
Plot size160.000 sqm Number of rooms13
Number of bedrooms5 Number of bathrooms4
Purchase price2.000.000 € External commission4,88%
Currency Commission noticeDer Käufer bezahlt 4,88% aus dem notariell beurkundeten Kaufpreis, fällig bei Unterzeichnung des Kaufvertrages
Property description Country villa with swimming pool and tennis court in Colline di San Miniato - Tuscany

This splendid country villa with swimming pool and tennis court, dating from the early 19th century, recently renovated and located in a large agricultural estate of about 16 hectares. The villa consists of a stately entrance hall, large kitchen with dining room and direct access to the garden and the beautiful loggia, 2 large living rooms with fireplace connected to each other, 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms as well as storage rooms, laundry and utility room. The garden of about 10,000 sqm is fenced, while the rest of the property includes about 600 olive trees, 5000 sqm of vineyards, forest and undeveloped land.

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Location: The village of San Miniato is located on a hill not far from the Arno River between Florence and Pisa, which for centuries fought for supremacy. The origins of the village, famous for its exquisite white truffle, date back to the Etruscan and Roman times. Over the centuries, many important personalities stayed in the castle, including Frederick I and Pope Gregory V.
In the Middle Ages, the town known as San Miniato al Tedesco flourished: Otto I made it a center of imperial administration in 962, while under Frederick II it played an important role in the collection of levies for central Italy from 1218.
Moreover, San Miniato is one of the stages of Archbishop Sigerich on his return journey to Canterbury and consequently one of the historical stops along the Via Francigena.

Places of interest in San Miniato
On the top of the hill rises the castle of Frederick II, which was the end of the defense system: on this spot, between 1217 and 1221, the sovereign had the tower of San Miniato built, which became the symbol of the town.
The 13th-century cathedral stands out for its unique facade decoration, made up of a series of majolica bowls representing the constellations of the Big and Little Bears.
Also worth seeing is the monastery of San Francesco, given as a gift to the saint by some nobles of San Miniato while he was staying in the nearby abbey of Santa Gonda.
Among the sacred buildings of the town also stands out the church of Santo Stefano e San Michele, built in the 12th century over a private chapel of the Mangiatori family, which, in addition to beautiful glass mosaic windows and Dilvo Lotti's frescoes, has a wooden cross by Pietro Cavallini (15th century) and frescoes by Domenico Brogi depicting the four evangelists.
San Miniato is rich in churches and palazzi worth seeing, including the Chiesa del Santissimo Crocifisso, the Oratorio del Loretino, the Church of Santissima Annunziata, the Church of San Iacopo e Santa Lucia, the Convent of San Domenico, and Palazzo Vescovile.
In the surroundings
At the foot of the castle of San Miniato there is a district where various traditional crafts are located: There are, for example, Montopoli and Calcinaia, where the production of ceramics and Buti, where the basketry were important, while Santa Croce and its surroundings are known for the processing of leather.
If you want to take a trip to the sea, the coast with the seaside resorts of the Terre di Pisa is not far. In Marina di Vecchiano, very close to the Migliarino San Rossore Massaciuccoli Natural Park, you can walk along a sandy beach that stretches from the mouth of the Serchio to Torre del Lago Puccini.
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