Price: 1.700.000 EUROS
Exclusive abode located upon the Tuscan hills right at the heart of Chianti. This estate used to be an ancient Romanic church.
During the mid 1960's the estate was purchased by the popular architect, Pier Niccolo Berardi, who also constructed the Santa Maria Novella rail station in Florence. He wanted to renovate this property in order to create spacious rooms and different levels, yet still ensuring that the property remained its traditional decor.
Between 1980 and 1995, with the acquisition of the current company, the property has been fully renovated and thus has gained its finished structure.
This unique and elegant estate, with an interior area of 500 m2, is distributed over four floors with all the floors harmonising with each other.
Ground floor: Featuring an area of 180 m2, this floor features an entrance hallway/cloakroom, spacious living room, bedroom, bathroom and a guest bathroom.
Floor 1: Upon the inferior/garden side, with an area of 220 m2, there is a fully equipped kitchen, dining room and living room. Floor 1: Upon the main side, with an area of 70 m2, there is a bedroom and a bathroom.
Floor 2: Upon the inferior/garden side, with an area of 30 m2, there is a stylish bedroom, bathroom, wardrobe and a studio.
Floor 3: Upon the inferior/garden side, with an area of 40 m2, there is a bedroom, bathroom and a cellar.
Floor 4: Upon the inferior/garden side, with an area of 20 m2, is the laundry room.
This exclusive residential area features 5 independent homes in total and is surrounded by 30 hectares of greenery and woodland with 1/2 hectare of this land completely fenced off and belonging to this property. There is also a 53 m2 tool shed.
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- Romanic Church