TOSCOCOUNTRY Estates for sale
Reference Code: crn01
Price: € 630.000,00
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Description: At the edge of an ancient group of houses within walking distance from the center of Calci is for sale this historical Palazzo, in structurasl good conditions. The villa is set on four floors covering a surface of ​​about 1000 square meters, and it is still clear that in the past it was used as a farmhouse-villa: on the ground floor it still boasts a large oil-mill. This large space could ideally be converted into a large covered parking area for several cars. On the ground floor there is entrance to the main apartment, boasting large kitchen, pantry, study, utility room and three decorated dining rooms. On the ground floor there is also access the lovely rear garden with ancient trees and ornamental plants. From the garden one can reach the several underground annexes and a bread oven. On the ground floor there is also the entrance to the smaller apartment. On the first floor of the main unit there are several sitting rooms with decorations, several bedrooms and a bathroom with carrara marble carved bathtub, and the possibility to reach a panoramic terrace, which is also on the second floor. The second floor has the same size and is similar to the first floor. The third floor once was the apartment of the servants, with about 4.5 meters high ceilings. Also the smallest apartment is in good condition and is also characterized by large and bright rooms with elegant decoration and frescoes and a small private chapel: on the second floor there is a attic once used as storage room. The villa needs a normal restoration (roof, plants and bathrooms) but is ideal as a guiest house or B & B, or to become the elegant house of a large family.


Distances: Few Km from Calci, 15 Km from the airport Galilei of Pisa
Land: Private garden
Access: Public parking for cars reachable on foot
Services: All main services are connected


Area: In the valley which crosses the river Zambra, commonly known as Valgraziosa, is the village of Calci. Its name suggests the lime around the area or a Greek installation (Calcidesi) . This area was probably inhabited during the Roman period but first written documentation is from 8th to 12th century. During medieval times Calci was known as an important market centre, then in the Medicean times for hunting and summer stays. In the vicinity of Calci is the small village of Montemagno (198 metres above sea level) known as the birthplace of Pope Eugenio III Paganelli (1145-1153).
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