Villa near Pisa Tuscany, Pisa, Vicarello
1.100.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

Very nice and special villa in the open countryside near Vicarello. 7 km Pisa, 10 km Livorno, about 3 km exit Fi-Pi-LI (motorway-like road without toll), runway for sport planes and helicopters, first grocery 3 km. around the countryside and near the center VIRGO - special antenna.
(Gravitational wave detector) The villa is a permanent home for those who love the tranquility and country life, but it can also become a restaurant or by buying farmland around - an agricultural activity.
The house was renovated 30 years ago by an Italian artist - access from the paved road and gate - the garden is fenced - stands on a fountain in 1865 (in total there are 2 water sources) in the backyard a cabin is now used as a workshop. Space to play football.
Entrance - hall towards the staircase - on the right - dining room with large fireplace, the next room is used as a storage / studio, with a door to the garden. Huge kitchen with a table and next door a pantry / laundry room.
On the left 3 large open spaces with arches, a study with a door. a bathroom.
upstairs - 4 large double bedrooms, 1 bathroom with bath and another bathroom with shower 4 steps higher.

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type Villa
  • Condition Restored
  • Plot5000 m2
  • Living Area500 m2
  • Location Vicarello
  • Destination Pisa
  • Olives
  • Garage
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Fencing
  • Garden

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