Hills of Tuscany with their famous estates, villas, countries that are almost the city, in the most heart-warming existing countryside. (Fernand Braudel)
A main villa, a Tuscan rustico with sea view in need of restoration, an olive farm in full (and excellent) production, exceptional potential as a winery – and so much more, this property cannot be encapsulated in a single description, but all the parts that compose it however highlight a common denominator: an oasis of peace with stunning views over the Etruscan Coast.
The property is completely fenced and an electric gate facilitates access from the road, after which we proceed on an internal road in excellent condition that leads us to the main Villa. Next to this, which offers large spaces typical of the 20’s of the last century, with lounges and halls on the ground floor and 5 bedrooms with two bathrooms in addition to an interior lounge and a beautiful closed veranda, there are some agricultural volumes, in the past the house of the farmer in charge of maintenance of the entire property with his family, the stables and other service areas.
Some tall trees protect the villa from the summer heat and every corner is distinguished by the enchanting view of the sea and the surrounding countryside.
The olive groves extend for about 10 hectares and are planted with a modern concept of monocultivar – each variety of olive tree occupies a different area, thus allowing the selection of oil, for a production of the highest quality. All the olive groves have an irrigation system, fed by the property’s own well which ensures a constant and abundant flow of water, well above the average for the area.
One hectare of vineyard and the remaining area of coppice wood conclude the land surrounding the villa,
It is easy to see that the inclusion of the Casale Marittimo area in the Montescudaio D.O.C. area could also suggest an expansion in wine production. In addition to the planting of further vineyards, the spaces will also allow for the creation of a wine cellar and all the related technical rooms.
• The main villa, probably dating back to the early ‘900, has a regular square plan, with living area on the ground floor and sleeping area on the first floor, is currently habitable with extraordinary maintenance works.
• The rural buildings, dating back to an unproven date and in any case built before 1967, present regular shapes typical of rural architecture, with a building for residential use, stables, a drying room and a cellar. The buildings show signs of wear and tear and need extraordinary maintenance or building renovation.
• The agricultural land is currently in production planted with olive trees, vineyards and woodland, are in perfect condition of maintenance both from a hydrogeological and agronomic point of view.