19th Century Country Villa

Melvin Caro
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Phone: +1 212.252.8772 x 4790
Mobile: +1 917.825.8285
578 Driggs Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: 718-302-0900
Fax: 718-228-3917


56043 Fauglia Pisa
Fauglia Toscana 56043


Ownership: For Sale
Type: House
Pets: Unknown


Price: €1,000,000


This building dates back to the 19th Century. This was originally the millers house when the mill was working, with simple parallel-piping and a saddle roof.Great care was taken in
the choice of materials, such as original terracotta tiles, stone
and wood beams dating from the period of the original building. Also, the original architectural characteristics of the building were maintained On the ground floor, there is a wide dining room, leading into the kitchen, study, a sitting room, and a bathroom.
On the ground floor there is also a conservatory, a cellar under the kitchen, a large garage and a partially-covered patio area stretching around the building. On the first floor, there are four bedrooms, and three bathrooms.
The tower, the real jewel in this country villa, stands in the middle of the lawn in front of the house (at a distance of approx. 98 ft). The tower dates from the 18th Century and was
originally a working windmill until the beginning of the 20th
Century. The garden consists of a lawn surrounding the house with an olive grove of 250 olive trees, a walnut grove and a cherry orchard.
Behind the house, in a sunny and secluded position, there is a 13 x 26 ft swimming pool.

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