Villa Antico Monastero is found in the Florence countryside, surrounded by beautiful panoramic views and olive groves. The estate dates back to the 1200s as the main villa once housed a monastery. The estate includes a terrain of approximately 14 hectares divided into 4,5 hectares of olive groves (800 trees), woodland and parkland, along with a panoramic swimming pool (8Ã—4 meters) with a surrounding patio and gazebo. The property is divided amongst ten buildings measuring a surface area of 1.523mq.
The main house was once the original monastery, and measures approximately 470mq. The farmhouse has been wonderfully restored and is now divided into 4 independent apartments, a salon, a studio room, a dining room, a spacious kitchen along with 4 lovely bedrooms. The restoration works were meticulously completed as the current owners wanted to maintain the original characteristics of the structure, such as the grand fireplace.
The fienile building measures 270mq and requires complete restoration works. The two level building dates back to the 1200s, as it was once used as the local church.
The second fienile measures 43mq and is made of wood.
The building measures 65mq and requires restoration works. The structure can be used for parking agricultural machinery.
The first annex building is a stone structure that measures approximately 26mq and is currently used as a storage house.
The second annex is made of wood, and measures approximately 68mq. This building is also used as a storage house.
The third annex measures 33mq and requires restoration works. The building offers beautiful views.
The fourth annex measures approximately 300mq and was once used as horse stalls.
The clubhouse annex has a cement base and measures approximately 36mq.