Immediately after the Crusades, pilgrimages to the major sanctuaries of the Christianity became very popular during Middle Age Europe; Via Francigena, connecting France to Rome and to southern Italy, from where pilgrims could board on vessels sailing to Jerusalem, was one of the roads most run by travelers, who used to find inns and taverns at almost every of its crossroads. Gambassi Terme, with its thousand-old, precious healing water springs, is a tiny village located in a position which has been strategic since ancient times, right at the crossroad of primary Etruscan and Roman roads, a fundamental stop along Via Francingena and, for ages, a place of wellbeing, warm welcome and Buon Vivere. A few steps away from this little, picturesque village, a genuine corner of medieval Tuscany with its stone houses and narrow lanes, the magnificent, very recent (2017) villa proposed by GH Luxury Estate boast a gorgeous view on the lush vegetation of the countryside around Florence. Surrounded by a private park of one hectare, finely planted with olive trees, fruit trees and Mediterranean bushes and shrubs, the property features a private pool with whirlpool tub and a large area perfectly equipped for sunbathing and relaxing outdoor during the warm season The villa stands out for its country chic style and its precious details: colors, building materials, finishing, all convey an immediate sensation of warm comfort and well-being, to experience while enjoying the stunning view onto olive trees groves, vineyards, woods and sunflowers fields. Beside a large and bright living&dining area on the ground floor enriched by a stone fireplace, the property features two master double bedrooms, each one with its ensuite bathroom, and an extra bathroom. A refined and wise taste has chosen details and material to embellish bright and comfortable rooms and make the country atmosphere meet luxury. The precious materials and the architectural details, as a matter of fact, give the villa a refined touch of country style, to be found in the cotto floors, in the stone and exposed bricks details, in the arches and vaults, in the wooden beamed ceilings and in every building element, where yellow, brown, ochre recall the warm shades of the Tuscan countryside. The property can eventually serve as a refined, luxury hospitality structure.
Conditioned Air, Fireplace, Chimney Flue, Double Entrance, Laundry, Swimming Pool, Closet, Whirlpool