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Luxury Villa between Florence and Lucca with fantastic pool, surrounded by green

Sleeps8
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms4
Property type villa
Minimum Stay 4 nights

Overview


Details
Property
villa
Sleeps
8
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
4
Minimum Stay
4 nights

Description

Carmignano Villa Rental Photos and Description

Villa for Guests: 8, Bedrooms 4 with ensuite bathroom

This enchanting Old Milli's located in a fantastic green area close to Carmignano, a short distance from the Church of San Michele and the Museum of Leonardo. In the past it was the public Mill of Bacchereto.

An infinity pool and the sound of vigorous waterfalls will greet you at the entrance of the villa, surrounded by a lush forest That even in the hottest summer, will give you fresh and relaxing days. Large outdoor areas are scattered in the vast garden and woodland full of trails where you can enjoy pleasant walks.

The stone structure dates back to 1500 and Has Been completely restored and furnished with taste, paying attention to even the smallest details. The entrance is in a large, well-kept living room with fireplace and sofas, a corridor leads to a small kitchen equipped with everything you need, and to a bathroom with shower. The first floor is Reached by a beautiful iron staircase and here are 3 double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms (2 with shower, 1 with shower and bath).

A further Top bedroom with en suite bathroom and fully equipped kitchen is available and accessible from the main room and can serve even for Those Who have a baby sitter. Pay attention: being the outdoor area located on different levels of terrain, sometimes without barriers, the Villa is not particularly suitable for families with small children Who should always be under the responsibility of adults. The structures at certain times is inhabited by the owners who have a private villa adjacent to the Mill but do not take advantage of outdoor spaces.

Bedroom / Bathroom Description

First Floor

Bedroom 1

King bed, ensuite bathroom with shower

Bedroom 2

King bed, ensuite bathroom with shower

Bedroom 3

King bed, ensuite bathroom with tub and shower, Direct access to the garden

Bedroom 4

King bed, ensuite bathroom with shower

Features & Amenities:

Size of the Villa approx 450 sqm

Parquet floors

Satellite LCD TV

Stereo and CD player

Wi Fi

Baby Equipment

Washing machine

Mosquito nets

Kitchen:

Oven

Dishwasher

Microwave

Mixer

Toaster

Coffee Machine

Outdoor Features:

Outdoor space approx 10000 smq

Pool (14 x 8 m, approx 500 sqm, deep 1. 20-2. 50 m) open from May to October

Equipped gazebo

Pizza Oven

BBQ

External private parking

Villa Policies

Max 8 persons

Pets not allowed

No Smoking Villa

Required security deposit Eu 800 payable onsite in cash

Heating on request to be paid onsite upon consumption

Check in between 4 pm - 7 pm

Check out before 10 am on the day of departure

 

Area Information

 

The nature of the place - the influence of Mediterranean sunshine and mountain air currents on the hillsides of the elongated peninsula and islands - favors what Seems to be an almost spontaneous culture of wine. In the same area you can visit anche a lot of attractions like Villa Medici at Poggio a Caiano, Golf Club 'Le Pavoniere', the Wine road

The City of Carmignano, with its 40 square Kilometres of territory, begins at the confluence of the Arno and Ombrone Pistoiese rivers, extends on the hills of the north slope of Montalbano. Today it is one of the most famous areas in Tuscany where we find the production of DOC G. wine and olive oil. There are anche Numerous works and monuments Which document the history from the Etruscans to the modern art like the "Museum Acheologico Comunale" (the Municipal Archaeological Museum), the Rocca and the medieval village of Artimino, the "Visitation of Pontormo", and the "Museum-Park Fifth Martini".

Artimino. The name Artimino derivates, according to Functional the Nineteenth-century historian Emanuele Repetti, from the Latin "arctus minor". Already inhabited center in Etruscan and Roman age, the first document Which Mentioned it is a license of February 998 in cui Otto III gave it, with other estates, to the Bishop of Pistoia. In the first centuries after the year one thousand it was an important frontier castle, thanks to the strategic position, of the commune of Pistoia. In 1204 the Florentine Republic Artimino removed from the Pistoiese dominion. Pistoia reconquered it in 1219, but lost it again in 1225, When the Florentines took it back. In 1226 the Fabbroni family seized the castle. Later Artimino Followed the events of the neighboring Carmignano during the wars between Florence and Pistoia. Fortified by Castruccio Castracani, the castle was again besieged and conquered by the Florentines in 1327. In the Renaissance age Became a Medicean property with the estate and the annexed game preserve. Agricultural village of remarkable Importance under the Medicean and Lorraine dynasties,

Artimino has maintained the medieval urban system, testified by the concentric Planimetry, the enclosing walls still-existing and especially the large gate with barrel-vault, surmounted by a massive quadrangular crenellated tower.

Bacchereto. Situated on the eastern slope of Montalbano, Bacchereto was in the Medieval Age to commune depended from the Potesterate of Carmignano. The life of the rural village, furnished in ancient times of a small fortress, was connected to That of Carmignano. It was center of bloody battles during the fights between Florence and Pistoia, of which it was an important castle. In 1329 passed under the jurisdiction of Florence. The Romanesque parish church was built in the Medieval age on the ruins of the ancient fortress.

From the end of the 14th century until the half of the16th century Bacchereto was an important center for the production of majolica. The development of this activity In These places, far from waterways and road communications (essential for the pottery development, as proved by Montelupo and Capraia), Appears enough exceptional, and is reasonable to suppose That the monks of the nearby Abbey of San Giusto would He has started off the local craftsmen on the ceramics.

The ceramics of Bacchereto belong mostly to the 15th century. This center produced from the beginning beautiful and valuable objects, and Already in the early 14th century it supplied the majolicas to the "Hospital of Santa Maria Nuova" in Florence and later anche to the "Ospedale degli Innocenti". The decorative patterns of the ceramics of Bacchereto resemble Those of Florence and Montelupo. Unfortunately we know almost nothing of the craftsmen who Realized such elegant works. Instead an ancient ceramic-kiln Has Been located and restored conserving the original aspect of the building.

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Suitability:
  • pets not allowed
  • smoking allowed

Property Manager
Graziella Daniele
Member since: 2014
Speaks: english, french, spanish, italian
Response time:
Within 2 days
Response rate:
100%
Calendar last updated:
November 22, 2016
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The nature of the place - the influence of Mediterranean sunshine and mountain air currents on the hillsides of the elongated peninsula and islands - favors what Seems to be an almost spontaneous culture of wine. In the same area you can visit anche a lot of attractions like Villa Medici at Poggio a Caiano, Golf Club 'Le Pavoniere', the Wine road

The City of Carmignano, with its 40 square Kilometres of territory, begins at the confluence of the Arno and Ombrone Pistoiese rivers, extends on the hills of the north slope of Montalbano. Today it is one of the most famous areas in Tuscany where we find the production of DOC G. wine and olive oil. There are anche Numerous works and monuments Which document the history from the Etruscans to the modern art like the "Museum Acheologico Comunale" (the Municipal Archaeological Museum), the Rocca and the medieval village of Artimino, the "Visitation of Pontormo", and the "Museum-Park Fifth Martini".

Artimino. The name Artimino derivates, according to Functional the Nineteenth-century historian Emanuele Repetti, from the Latin "arctus minor". Already inhabited center in Etruscan and Roman age, the first document Which Mentioned it is a license of February 998 in cui Otto III gave it, with other estates, to the Bishop of Pistoia. In the first centuries after the year one thousand it was an important frontier castle, thanks to the strategic position, of the commune of Pistoia. In 1204 the Florentine Republic Artimino removed from the Pistoiese dominion. Pistoia reconquered it in 1219, but lost it again in 1225, When the Florentines took it back. In 1226 the Fabbroni family seized the castle. Later Artimino Followed the events of the neighboring Carmignano during the wars between Florence and Pistoia. Fortified by Castruccio Castracani, the castle was again besieged and conquered by the Florentines in 1327. In the Renaissance age Became a Medicean property with the estate and the annexed game preserve. Agricultural village of remarkable Importance under the Medicean and Lorraine dynasties,

Artimino has maintained the medieval urban system, testified by the concentric Planimetry, the enclosing walls still-existing and especially the large gate with barrel-vault, surmounted by a massive quadrangular crenellated tower.

Bacchereto. Situated on the eastern slope of Montalbano, Bacchereto was in the Medieval Age to commune depended from the Potesterate of Carmignano. The life of the rural village, furnished in ancient times of a small fortress, was connected to That of Carmignano. It was center of bloody battles during the fights between Florence and Pistoia, of which it was an important castle. In 1329 passed under the jurisdiction of Florence. The Romanesque parish church was built in the Medieval age on the ruins of the ancient fortress.

From the end of the 14th century until the half of the16th century Bacchereto was an important center for the production of majolica. The development of this activity In These places, far from waterways and road communications (essential for the pottery development, as proved by Montelupo and Capraia), Appears enough exceptional, and is reasonable to suppose That the monks of the nearby Abbey of San Giusto would He has started off the local craftsmen on the ceramics.

The ceramics of Bacchereto belong mostly to the 15th century. This center produced from the beginning beautiful and valuable objects, and Already in the early 14th century it supplied the majolicas to the "Hospital of Santa Maria Nuova" in Florence and later anche to the "Ospedale degli Innocenti". The decorative patterns of the ceramics of Bacchereto resemble Those of Florence and Montelupo. Unfortunately we know almost nothing of the craftsmen who Realized such elegant works. Instead an ancient ceramic-kiln Has Been located and restored conserving the original aspect of the building.

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Rates & Availability

Carmignano Villa Rental Rates

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4 night minimum stay
$747
 

Additional information about rental rates

Fees No additional mandatory fees
Refundable damage deposit $853

Max 8 persons
Pets not allowed
No Smoking Villa
Required security deposit Eu 800 payable onsite in cash
Heating on request to be paid onsite upon consumption
Check in between 4 pm – 7 pm

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Amenities

Carmignano Villa Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • villa
Meals:
  • Guests provide their own meals
Location Type:
  • Downtown
  • Mountain
  • Town
Theme:
  • Family
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Tourist Attractions
General:
  • Fireplace
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided
  • Living Room
  • Parking
  • Towels Provided
  • Washing Machine
Kitchen:
  • Coffee Maker
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Dishwasher
  • Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Toaster
Dining:
  • Dining
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 8 people
Bathrooms:
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • - toilet , shower
    - toilet , shower
    - toilet , shower , bidet
    - toilet , shower , bidet
Bedrooms:
  • 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8
  • - 1 king
    - 1 king
    - 1 king
    - 1 king
Entertainment:
  • Satellite / Cable
  • Stereo
  • Television
Outside:
  • Deck / Patio
  • Lawn / Garden
  • Outdoor Grill
Suitability:
  • pets not allowed
  • smoking allowed
Pool / Spa:
  • Private Pool
Onsite Services:
  • Private Chef
  • Staff
Attractions:
  • cinemas
  • museums
  • restaurants
Leisure Activities:
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • walking
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • hiking
  • mountain biking
  • swimming

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