A property with origins dating back to the 1300s, 45 minutes from Florence, exceptional views and 31 hectares of land.
One of the few remaining country houses available to buy and restore in this sought-after area of Tuscany, just 35 minutes south of Florence.
Traditional Chianti country house restored to a high standard with views and swimming pool.
Well maintained Tuscan residence with tower, a wealth of original features and views over Florence. 2 hectares of grounds and swimming pool.
Rare and prestigious renovation project for sale surrounded by idyllic countryside close to Florence.
This beautiful Tuscan property for sale has been recently restored in a luxurious Tuscan style. Located close to Florence and Siena.
A prestigious property with significant historic notoriety on the hills of Fiesole.
Secluded and charming country retreat with wonderful panoramic views and extensive olive groves.
Farmhouse restored in typical Tuscan style situated in the hills above Florence, with pool and olive groves.
Historic countryside retreat with guest apartments, panoramic views and proximity to Florence.
Beautifully restored with contemporary and stylish interiors, this fine Tuscan residence enjoys close proximity to Florence and panoramic views.
Country Estate with Manor House, villa and farmhouse surrounded by vineyards and olive groves close to Florence.
Possibly one of the most beautifully restored farmhouses for sale in the Chianti Classico area of Tuscany.
An exceptional Tuscan estate with thriving holiday accommodation business and high quality agricultural land.
Beautifully restored Tuscan farmhouse situated in a stunning position close to Montespertoli.
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This exceptional renovation project (ref. FI-1906)is featured in this weekend's Sunday Times.
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