This semi-detached b & b for sale is located in an old XVI century farmhouse and the date engraved on the stone staircase indicates the subsequent transformation into a country villa, which took place in 1729. The recent renovation has affected all 640 square meters on three levels, in respect with the original building.
The access that we find to the east of the building, leads to the entrance hall and to the kitchen separated by a brick arch, beyond which a corridor disengages 3 bedrooms of which one with access to the garden, served by two bathrooms and utility room.
In the center of the villa another entrance leads to a second kitchen with living room and covered porch, set on the ground floor, from which the interior stairscase leads to the first floor where we find master bedroom with dressing room with en suite bathroom. The same stone staircase leads to the second floor where the large 75 sqm suite has been interpreted with master bedroom, second bedroom and bathroom.
There is a third access to the building and here we find large entrance beyond which there is the bathroom with dressing room and kitchen connected to the porch with exit to the park. On the first floor we find two adjoining bedrooms, with bathroom.
The same staircase leads to the second floor where we find the second suite consisting of quadruple room, a sitting room with glass skylight and bathroom.
The property includes a utility room to be restored, with a surface of 48 square meters and height of 3.30 meters, ideal as dressing room with adjoining spa, in case one decides to install a pool in the 1100 square meters garden. Certificazione Energetica F 149.7 kWh/mq anno
Pisa is an Italian town of 90,000 inhabitants. The so called Pisan area, includes the neighboring municipalities of Calci, Cascina, San Giuliano Terme, Vecchiano and Vicopisano. Pisa hosts the most important airport in Tuscany, Galileo Galilei, which contributes to the availability of the best regional infrastructure, such as the superstrada fi.pi.li and the motorway Genoa-Rome that connects Pisa to the north of the region up to Florence and to all areas of central and northern Italy.
Pisa is of course well known for the Piazza del Duomo, declared World Heritage Site, with the Cathedral, built between 1063 and 1118 in the Pisan Romanesque style and the Leaning Tower, built in the twelfth century, today one of the most famous Italian monuments in the world.
The city is home to three major universities: the University of Pisa, the Scuola Normale Superiore and the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, and one of the CNR offices and other international research institutions.