Country/Farmhouse - near Piegaio

Country/Farmhouse - near Piegaio
Stunningly renovated Tuscan mill house from the 1600s, with a guest house (built 1671), located in a delightful 'borgo', within walking distance of village facilities. The property is located within a short distance of genral store, butcher, post office bars and restaurant. The renovation has been carried out to exceptionally high level, using luxury materials throughout, with no expense spared. Mill house has four double bedrooms, all with ensuite bathroms; Guest house has a bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. All flooring thoughout (other than wine cellar and study) is 'Travertino grezzo' tiles. As are the bathrooms, but with different coloured Travertineo: sand, apricot, bronze. Flyscreens on all windows. Mill House has reverse cycle heating/cooling system. Guest House has traditional radiators. Mill house - approx 280 sqm: Ground floor Entrance door into superb kitchen / dining area, with two windows and french doors into patio area. Feature stone walls. Made to measure stainless steel 'island' kitchen with two sinks, 5 gas hob cooker, dishwasher, large oven and double fridge. Small pantry. Cloaks area Through to two wine cellar rooms. Sink in 'cardosa' stone. Original stone floor. Double bedroom with ensuite bathroom. Ensuite bathroom has the original mill stones in the ceiling. Laundry room with sink and space for washing machine and dryer. Central alarm system. Stone steps up to first floor. First floor: Spacious sitting room (8 x 5 m approx) with large stone feature fireplace. Two windows and french door leading out onto balcony and steps down to garden. Study with chestnut floorboards. Raised area of toughened glass, to show the two mill stones below. Feature stone wall. Double french doors out into paved front area. Double bedroom with two windows and large walk-in robe. Ensuite bathroom with large shower, washbasin and suspended bidet and toilet Stone steps with wrought iron bannister Second floor: Spacious master bedroom with two windows and skylight and french doors to blacony overlooking garden and stream. Original 1800s enamel wood burning stove with sitting area. Ensuite bathroom with double washbasins set in Travertine tops and large mirror. Hydromassage bath, supsended bidet and toilet. Double bedroom with window and skylight. Ensuite bathroom with large shower (two shower heads: one large other hand held), washbasin, suspended bidet and toilet. Window and skylight in bathroom Guest house - approx 45 sqm: Ground floor Living room with sitting / dining area, with large wood burning stove that can be used for cooking. Cooking area with two electric rings, full size fridge, microwave. Feature stone walls. Stone steps up to first floor. First floor Double bedroom with two windows and french door out onto rear patio area Ensuite bathroom with large shower, washbasin, supsended bidet and toilet. Outside space Charming stream running through the garden, with feature lights and plants. Two main terraced areas: Lower area with central grassed area with flower borders and a well. Six apple trees and a large persimmon tree. Top-of-the-range Jacuzzi for 6 people, heated with hydromassage, lights and speakers. Top terrace with further paved patio next to the stream with two olive trees and two fig trees. Advantages Truly superb quality of renovation work - not easy to find such luxury at this price! Weaknesses Necessity to create a parking area. Need to walk last 50m down steps to property Distances: 1 km nearest shops 9 km Borgo a Mozzano 19 km Bagni di Lucca (thermal spa) 22 km Lucca 30 km Viareggio (beach) 45 km Pisa airport 56 km Abetone (skiing) 92 km Florence Please note that any utility services, heating systems or appliances have not been tested and no warranty can be given or implied as to their working order. Energy classification and performance index: requested from vendor. Additional costs Luxury homes, as defined by Italian property law, do not qualify for the concessionary rate of tax (currently 2%) available to residents, or to those intending to establish residence within a year, buying their first house. In these cases tax + registry charges on residential property will total 9% of the ‘valore catastale’. These are calculated by the notary according to a number of assessment criteria which often results in a figure considerably below the purchase price. Agricultural land is currently subject to tax at 18% of its ‘valore catastale’. Agency fees are normally 3% of the purchase price, + IVA If an architect or geometra is employed, charges are generally calculated on a time-related basis. It is advisable to obtain quotes for any major works or renovation projects. Luxury property in Tuscany: Renovated Tuscan mill near Lucca
Country Italy
LOCATION North of Lucca ; Pescaglia valley
Pool 1
REGION Tuscany
TYPE Country/Farmhouse

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  • Product Code: ITA-1444
  • Availability: FOR SALE
  • 1,100,000€