This old eighteenth-century house portion is set in the historic heart of Vicopisano, one of the most appreciated and well-preserved places in the province of Pisa, famous for the Brunelleschi Tower. The house, about 150 square meters, can be reached after walking a short pedestrian stretch, not accessible to vehicles. The discrete wooden door leads to the ground floor where there are two spacious rooms currently used as storage: once restored they can be converted into large kitchen and living room or used as a studio apartment, providing a new bathroom and an opening leading to the exclusive garden. The stone staircase allows you to reach the first floor, where currently there is a large living room with fireplace and the kitchen, disengaged from a large corridor. The second floor is very bright: here you find two spacious bedrooms with high beamed ceilings , some sections of exposed stone walls and double windows. Here is the only bathroom currently available, quite small. The terraced house has three open sides and offers an extremely enjoyable outdoor space thanks to the beautiful garden characterized by a flat part, ideal for al fresco dinings and some planted terraces.
In medieval times Vicopisano was a flourishing fortified center of the Republic of Pisa. It was conquered by Florence in 1406. Here a castle (Rocca Nuova) designed by Filippo Brunelleschi was built in 1434.(from Wikipedia).