Sale Ruin Crespina Lorenzana
Sale Ruin Crespina Lorenzana
Sale Ruin Crespina Lorenzana
Sale Ruin Crespina Lorenzana
Sale Ruin Crespina Lorenzana
Sale Ruin Crespina Lorenzana
Sale Ruin Crespina Lorenzana
Sale Ruin Crespina Lorenzana
Sale Ruin Crespina Lorenzana
Sale Ruin Crespina Lorenzana
Sale Ruin Crespina Lorenzana
Sale Ruin Crespina Lorenzana

Sale Ruin
Crespina Lorenzana

Ref. 7595017

10 rooms

400 m²

€ 350,000

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11 hectares flat land with Rural buildings

€ 350,000

11 hectares flat land with Rural buildings
Demolition and construction project to turn a 400 sq.m. (4.300 sq.ft.) rural building and 200 sq.m. barn (2.152 sq.ft.) into holiday homes. According to the law, there are many concessions to improve the energy efficiency of newly constructed buildings. The buildings are located in the center of 11 hectares flat land mostly forest. Vineyards can also be planted.

Perpetual spring water on the land and mains water and electricity are available on site.

The area of Crespina Lorenzana has an ancient tradition of excellent wine production, already testified in the Camaldolese Annals. Moreover, Cenaia is one of the most important viticultural nurseries in Tuscany thanks to the cultivation of vine cuttings for the production of grapes and fine wines.

The surrounding area is characterized by vineyards and woods rich in spontaneous herbs. Last but not least, the nature trails allow for easy and pleasant walks and mountain bike excursions.

Crespina Lorenzana is a municipality in the Province of Pisa in the Italian region Tuscany. The first document certifying the existence of Crespina dates back to 983. In 1115, the town passed under the control of Lucca; it was later occupied by Pisa. In 1431, after a bloody insurrection of the population, Florence dismantled the castle and elected Crespina as a Podesteria under the vicariate of Lari. it is still possible to admire some beautiful manor villas from the 18th and 19th centuries, inhabited at that time by Giovanni Fattori, Luigi Gioli and Giorgio Kienerk, leading exponents of the Macchiaioli art movement.

There are so many beautiful villas in the area. Among these are Villa Belvedere, in a panoramic position with oratory, English garden and lemon house; Villa Corsini Valdisonzi, which has two different facades and a beautiful park around it; Villa Il Poggio (a former exhibition site); and the Villa-museo Carlo Pepi, the only one currently open to visitors.


  • Reference 7595017
  • Rooms 10 rooms
  • Area 400 m²
  • Total area 400 m²
  • Heating device Without
  • Hot water access Individual
  • Waste water Septic tank
  • Condition Requires renovation
  • Floor Ground floor / 2 floors
  • Orientation East, North, West, South
  • View Unobstructed Forest

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  • 1 Land 110000 m²
  • 1 House 400 m²
  • 1 Barn 200 m²


  • Highway
  • Town centre
  • Golf
  • Shops
  • Park
  • Public pool
  • Secondary school
  • Train station
  • On main road
  • Supermarket


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