Set on top of a hill, this XIX century villa enjoys one of the most attractive views of the area: from this position one can see Volterra and the leaning tower of Pisa…The nice access roads divides the well-kept garden of 4.000 sqm. The villa is set on 3 floors for a total sum of 15 rooms. On the ground floor there are sevral cellars, a study, a spacious kitchen with a fireplace with access to the garden with patio for dinners ‘all’aperto’, sitting room with fireplace and french doors to get to the garden, bathroom. To get to the first floor there is an internal but also external staircase: here there are 4 bedrooms and a study which could be a wardrobe, bathroom, and storage room. On the top floor there is a 20 sqm attic. Great position.
Casciana Terme lies in the heart of the Pisan Hills, and with its over one thousand years of history is one of the many small masterpieces that the people of Tuscany have over the centuries helped to build and to preserve. Hard-working people, a cuisine which preserves the authentic quality of the local products, a landscape of vineyards producing wines of quality above suspicion.
Acqua Mathelda, the thermal water used at Casciana Terme since ancient times, has in recent years seen its applications extended to modern rehabilitation therapies, cardiovascular and respiratory treatment, in the improvement of the digestive functions and their treatment, because its natural, relaxing action enables patients to regain their functional equilibrium and the enjoyment of pleasures they had lost.