Nestled in greenery, Podere Vescina has sweeping views of vineyards and unspoiled Tuscan scenery of olive groves and sunflower fields visible in all directions. The house is conveniently located just below one of Tuscany's most beautiful medieval villages. Lucignano has every amenity including top-end restaurants, a farmers market and a thriving, forward-looking community. The town also has three churches and two small important museums. There is easy access from the house to major motorways that connect easily with Florence, Rome, Siena and Arezzo.
The house has four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. On the ground floor there are three very large rooms which open out through double glass doors to the rear garden. These spaces have been used as the artist owner's spacious studio for many years and could be easily converted for other possible uses. There is also one bedroom downstairs and 1 1/2 bathrooms.
Upstairs the house has a charming open kitchen and dining area which is adjacent to a large living room with an old, beautiful working fireplace. Entering the living room through the kitchen and dining area one passes through a sculpted ceramic doorway by the well known artist Nino Caruso. The house is lovely and a testament to its artist owner. Two large bedrooms and a bathroom are located beyond the living room.
The large swimming pool is visible from the house along with manicured gardens, mature trees and perennial beds with irrigation systems. There are two lovely spaces for outdoor dining, a covered patio attached to the house on the ground floor can accommodate large dinners; there is also a porch outside the kitchen upstairs for more intimate dining. A covered pergola
sits at one end of the pool which is perfect for entertaining or reading. There is a convenient working pizza oven below the pool area.
The property has a garage and a cantina attached to the side of the house. The house is just over 500 square meters and the garden is just over two hectares or 5 acres. The heating source is
propane and there is an artesian well for irrigation. Drinking water is supplied through underground pipes from the village of Lucignano.