699 A hamlet near to Leonardo da Vinci's birthplace set in olive groves with views of town of Vinci

Pistoia (comune)

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Property description

This charming hamlet, in part still inhabited, situated near the town of Vinci, in Tuscany’s heart land. The property has great potential for that investor who can see the potential of this unique position.

The buildings are situated in a location that without doubt unique and is most certainly one of the properties strong points.

During the Renaissance period, this area fell within the Medici family’s 52km of enclosed hunting reserve.
A further interesting fact is the this area in 1716 under the reign of Cosimo 3rd dei Medici the area was the first documented proof of the term ‘DOC’ preceding the French ‘Appellation d’ Origine Contròlée’
The existence of a hamlet on this site dates back to approx. 700 years ago. Though the buildings echo the needs of this rural community over the centuries. The landscape that embraces the property, with the historic olive trees and vineyards, has changed very little from the period Leonardo was alive.

The redevelopment possibilities in such a historic property such as this estate are truly enormous. Not to mention the fact that the property is within walking distance from Leonardo Da Vinci’s birth place can most certainly be coincided a positive factor.

The hamlet is set on a 13 hectare private estate and nature reserve, immersed in the rural cradle of the Renaissance,
In fact historic documents suggests that the area most probably looks much the same today as it must have done in the 1500s. Olive groves and vineyards are still cultivated on terraces in the same way as they were back then.

The hamlet consists of five farmhouses plus outbuildings. The buildings are in a good state of repair having been lived in up until recently. the total amount of covered space is approx. 1’800mq.

A feasibility study has already been undertaken to explore the property’s development potential. The report proposes that up to eleven living units can be created which converts into 20 bedrooms. It goes on to proposed communal areas for restaurant, bar, outside paved spaces, pools, gym plus private green spaces.

The property is located between the Pisa and Florence’s airports, 45min from each and the cities of Lucca, Florence are both 1hr away.

Property features

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  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Balcony
  • ConditionsTo be renovated
  • Energetic classG
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  • Heatingn/a
  • Boxn/a
  • Floormultitier

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