The property consists of an eighteenth century villa, surrounded by a prestigious park, located in the Municipality of Fucecchio, part of the metropolitan area of Florence. The property, classified by the local municipality as being of significant architectonic value, would be ideal for redevelopment as a tourist and accommodation facility.
The property is located about 5 Km from the centre of Fucecchio, in a panoramic position on the lower slopes of the Cerbaie hills. The property consists of a villa, with a park of ancient holm oaks and agricultural appurtenances dating from the end of the eighteenth century. The square plan villa rises on 3 floors, whilst the other two buildings have two floors. The total covered surface is 937 m², set in a park of 147,766 m². The town general plan classifies the villa as having “Significant architectonic and environmental value” and the appurtenances and the farmhouse as having “Architectonic and environmental value”. Prior to any intervention on the buildings and surrounding areas a public and private recovery plan must be implemented for the entire area.
The property is located in the hills of the Municipality of Fucecchio (23,731 inhabitants) within the metropolitan area of Florence. The complex, crossed by the Via Francigena, is 2 km from the Ponte a Cappiano hamlet, an ancient Medicean farm, with medieval origins, and 5 km from the Fucecchio Nature Reserve, Italy’s largest inland marshland (2,000 hectares). In the local area there are production units of internationally famous companies operating in the leather and shoe industry (Prada, Factory). Florence and Pisa are 45 km away, San Miniato 10 km and Montecatini Terme 23 km.