This charming historic villa, framed in an ancient 11th century village, combines aesthetics with environmental respect and technology, the result of a careful restoration. Placed in a dominant and panoramic position, in the most beautiful valley of the Valdinievole, above the renowned center of Mounsummano Terme, it is possible to enjoy from all the rooms and from the garden of the villa a fantastic view that spans six Tuscan provinces, until reaching the Abetone and the towers of San Gimignano.
The total area of the residence is 190 square meters on two levels.
On the ground floor is the main entrance, the living room and the dining room with a kitchen opening onto the garden, the laundry room with a service bathroom and two bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, equipped with arches that frame a breathtaking panorama and a room warehouse with independent entrance. On the first floor, is two bedrooms with en suite bathroom, hallway and master bedroom with wardrobe and en suite bathroom. The stone finishes and exposed beams combine local tradition with contemporary technical equipment. Le finiture in pietra e travi a vista coniugano la tradizione locale con le dotazione tecniche contemporanee.
The property is completed by a beautiful enclosed park of 1.300 square meters divided into functional areas: a stone paved with gazebo near the villa, ideal for outdoor dinners and breakfasts; multi-level relaxation areas paved with wooden slats and equipped with jacuzzi, swimming pool and green areas protected by dry stone walls from which to enjoy a unique view.
Strategic roadway, in a dominant position over the Valdinievole, the hill of Monsummano was fortified at least from the XI century with a defensive system increased and extended over time up to include in the lower Middle Ages the whole top of the hill. Monsummano is known for its precious thermal springs, fed by warm waters that allow beneficial and relaxing baths. The peculiarity that distinguishes this place of relaxation is the “grotta Giusti”, an underground tunnel kept in a secular park, defined by Giuseppe Verdi as the eighth wonder of the world. Much loved by the Medici, Monsummano, it was the favorite place for their hunting expeditions and the patrician residences we see today date back to that period. Climbing up here is a must if you want to admire a view that embraces the whole valley.
Excellent road connections with the main urban centers: Montecatini Terme (5km; 10′); Pistoia (17km; 23′); Lucca (36km; 34′); Forte dei Marmi (64km – 52′); Florence (53km; 50′) and with the main Tuscan airports: Pisa Galileo Galilei (63km; 46′) – Florence Amerigo Vespucci (44km; 36′).