San Casciano Val di Pesa: not Far from Florence, surrounded by olive groves, forests and sowed fields, stands this historic stone house with magnificent panoramic views, which was originally strategic medieval fortress, built around XII gey XV century it was a convent, and, finally, during the XVIII century, it was turned into a farm. Nevertheless, currently the residence is perfectly preserved some historical evidence, for example, porch 400-ies and well. The estate has been carefully preserved and restored, and today it can be considered a unique example of Tuscan architecture. Building: the property is 1250 sq.m on two levels plus a tower, and is characterized by high quality finishes and durable solid construction. It is divided into 5 independent apartamentowy restored apartment of about 500 sq. m, with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living rooms with fireplace, dining room, kitchen with typical Tuscan fireplace, cellar, two panoramic terraces, patios, well, stove, balcony, large yard with stone, lobby lounge, private garden and Autonomous water-supply systems, heating and Elektrichestvo restored apartment is with an area of about 185 sq.m and consist of two bedrooms, two bathrooms, living room with fireplace, two bathrooms, dressing room, kitchen, cellar, entrance hall, a garden, two tanks and Autonomous systems of heating, water supply and electricity. Another restored apartment 200 sq.m. with a separate entrance; also partially restored apartments with the area of 115 sq.m and apartments for restoration, with an area of 70 sq.m, in the estate also has three taverns, requiring partial vosstanovitelnyi plot: Outside the estate has a wide paved courtyard authentic medieval stones, one hectare of olive groves (with option to purchase an additional 2 ha) and a small forest.