Tuscany, Pisa, Santa Luce

€ 750,000

Price € 750,000
Location Tuscany, Pisa, Santa Luce
Bedrooms 5
Garden Yes
Terrace Yes
Land 4800 SQM
Swimming pool Yes
Garage Yes
Parking Yes
Total Area 300 SQM
Within 1 hour of an airport Yes
Close to amenities Yes

On the rolling green hills of Santa Luce just 30 minutes drive from the beautiful Etruscan coast Villa Eunice stands in a very quiet and shaded green area.

There is a short unpaved road to reach the house, approx 1 km, and the villa stands on the panoramic side of the hill, with private swimming pool.

The villa is on two levels for a total of 300 sqm and surrounded by almost 4000 sqm (1 acre) of land and garden.

On the ground floor there is a large and beautiful room with frescos on the walls representing the country Tuscan panorama, a sitting area with fire place, a large kitchen nicely finished with high quality materials, another room used for multiple use and a nice bathroom. All the living spaces are connected and there are several French doors opening onto the garden and the pergola and the panoramic terrace, enjoying total privacy, amazing views, sunny outdoor space south west oriented.

On the first floor there are 5 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.

On the land there are 165 olive trees which produce over 120 liters of excellent which has won the prize of best quality by Fortnum and Mason in London. Also a small vineyard which used to produce some good quality wine and all the necessary instrument to produce it again are in the cellar.

Nice recently restored cellar on the lower ground floor under on the lower ground floor excellent for wine storage and bar.

There is also a garage and a pizza oven.

All the services are active, there is WiFi and 5 security cameras.

The land of Santa Luce is rich in history and natural beauty: a land of alabaster and woods crossed by paths leading to the lake, a paradise for birdwatchers.

A surprising attraction in the hamlet of Pomaia, a destination every year for practitioners and enthusiasts of oriental philosophies who attend courses at the Lama Tzong Khapa Buddhist Institute, one of the most popular in Europe.

The landscape of the area is that of a Tuscan postcard, with gentle rolling hills with centuries-old olive groves, rows of vineyards, and multicoloured cereal and fodder crops. The agricultural

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