Situated within an olive oil farm, Brigidini enjoys an elevated position with panoramic views over the valley and hills, planted with olive trees. The house is well-positioned and from here you can easily reach the centre of Lamporecchio, and Vinci, where Leonardo Da Vinci was born, is only a few minutes away.
There are extensive grounds for the exclusive use of guests, plus there is also a private tennis court with a synthetic surface and a large swimming pool. Clients can purchase Chianti wine and olive oil. The main house, next to Brigidini, is not occupied and just contains the office of the owner.
A staircase of fourteen steps leads to a terrace with access to the living area of the house, consisting of an open-plan living/dining room/kitchen. The bedrooms are off the living room. The garden of Brigidini is completely fenced and covers an area of about 1,100 square meters mostly characterized by olive trees, plants and flowers. In a corner of the garden there is a large barbeque area with a large table, ideal for al fresco dining.
The unusual shaped pool measures about 18.50 x 7m and beside the pool is a natural lawn and is equipped with sun beds, deckchairs and umbrellas. The pool is open between the last Saturday in April and the first Saturday in October.
Steps to terrace. Open-plan living/dining room/kitchen. 2 double bedrooms each with shower room en-suite.
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*Prices in Euros are approximate only and are only intended to provide an indication of the Euro price.
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