Antique villa in Tuscany Tuscany, Pisa, Pisa
680.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

In the triangle of the villages Cascine di Buti, Bientina and Buti on Monte Pisano, this villa was built in the early 1800s.  Natural border of the property is led by the brook, whereby this runs around the whole garden, the property lies higher and between brook and garden are old walls (approx. 3-5m high). The garden is a typical Italian garden on 2 levels. The house borders on another villa, which is also protected by high walls.

After the bridge over the brook is the garden gate ( garage + parking space in the garden and in front of the house) walking distance to the village centre 200m.

About 10m further the entrance to the house - a hallway with a seating area, a door dividing the hallway and the house, here as well as on the first floor.

Here there are 5 rooms (reception room and bedrooms which are between 25 and 35m2) 1 kitchen and 1 dining room with exit to the terrace. Shower room. Some have a fireplace and frescoes.

1st floor - same layout, unfortunately the floor was renovated here in the 70 years, present are mostly cotto-like tiles.

Similar layout as downstairs - 1 large bathroom, 1 small shower room, kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 2 hallways.

2nd attic floor unrenovated with beams, old cotto and sloping roof. 4 rooms.


In the village small shops, restaurants and bars, theatre. Supermarket about 6km, in the area trekking, Palio ( horse races) 8 churches and many olive trees and mills.

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type House
  • Condition Need renovation
  • Plot600 m2
  • Living Area500 m2
  • Location Pisa
  • Destination Pisa
  • Olives
  • Garage
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Fencing
  • Garden

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