Good Thursday morning! A Tuscan mill circa 1800 recently renovated but retaining wonderful character, with an acre of land and 40 olive trees.
A 45 minute drive from Florence, Italy, the small town of Vinci is famous for being the birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci! Picturesque and quiet, the town is surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. The mill seems like a cozy respite with its old stone walls and comfortable rooms.
The original construction dates back to 1800, the expansion carried out in the mid-1900s and finally the conservative restructuring carried out by the current owner in 2005 complete a building that is now healthy, robust, virtuous from the point of view of engineering and at the same time, authentic in its ancestral essence. The stone facades, the original terracotta floors, the typical exposed beams, the trace of the ancient external basin for the collection of water bear witness to this. The exterior consists of about 4500 square meters of land with 40 olive trees, terraced with precious and ancient dry stone walls and a more livable and flat area, where a barbecue / relaxation area has been set up (this area has access from the kitchen) . Distribution: private entrance road where you can park up to 3/4 cars, two cellars for motorcycles in the basement area, with internal staircase to the living area, this consisting of kitchen, separate living room (on this floor the entrance main), a toilet with shower, hallway and staircase to the upper floor. On the last floor there are two double bedrooms, one with a fireplace (currently used as a second living room) with access to a characteristic and romantic balcony, bathroom with Jacuzzi. Fixtures with double glazing, insulation in the roof, heat pump for heating and the alarm system, finally contribute, once again, to making a property virtuous and safe due to its overall size suitable for a select few.