Modern designer villa with very beautiful Tuscan garden on the hills of Pisa, overlooking the Pisa plain and Mediterranean Sea.
Offered at € 780 000 without furniture
The furniture is available by negotiation - Click here for a full presentation of this property
Modern designer villa built with high quality materials, good energy profile and in typical Tuscan style.
The villa boasts a very beautiful Tuscan garden, with flowers, trees and fragrant herbs in a blend that makes the property one of a kind.
Villa Molina is ideally located near the top of the hills East of Pisa, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
The area is well known by hikers and bikers: From here one can enjoy many tours exploring the Tuscan Nature and wild life.
At the end of the road, some 2 kms from the villa, there are two cozy restaurants with typical excellent Tuscan cuisine. Passed the restaurants, the road continues as a trail to the other side of the hill, leading to Lucca.
Heating: Three sources: 1) LPG, 2) Heat pumps with AC in some rooms and 3) eco-friendly fire place conveying the heat both the surrounding rooms and warming up the water in the pipes serving the radiators. Outside there are gardens, large areas of lawn – suitable for marquees – cooking and entertaining area and parking.
Villa Molina is set out on two floors:
· First floor:
o Patio surrounding the villa
o Kitchen in an open space solution with
o Living and
o Dining room
o Two Bedrooms
· Second floor:
o Master bedroom
o Master bathroom
o Open space that can easily be converted into a bedroom
· Underground / ground floor:
o Garage for one car
o Room for storage
Water well (70 mt deep) with automatic pump for watering the garden.
Molina di Quosa, the village that Villa Molina overlooks is originally a small medieval settlement where people living there used to grind wheat, cereals and olives using the water mills (“molino” in Italian) built along the ancient river “Cuoza”. Today Molina di Quosa is a small town belonging to the Pisa province, located midways between Pisa and Lucca, along the old road circumventing the Pisan hills - some 20 minutes’ drive from Pisa.
Administratively, Molina di Quosa belongs to the municipality of San Giuliano Terme, regionally known for its thermal Spa located in the majestic residence of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, originally built in 1743.
Key distances (approx.):
• Lucca: 14km/8.7mi
• Torre del Lago (opera festival): 24km/15mi
• Carrara marble quarries: 66km/41mi
• Pisa (closest airport): 13km/8mi
• Florence: 85km/52.8mi
• Siena: 158km/98.2mi
• Cinque Terre: 118km/73.3mi
• Nearest shop/bar – 5km /3.1mi
Info about taxes and other purchase costs
Purchase tax as Second home or Non-resident (approx.): 9% of cadastral value.
Purchase tax as a First home and Resident (approx.): 3% of cadastral value.
The cadastral value is typically far lower than the market value.
Registration of contract at Notary Public (approx.) € 2,000.00.
Notary Public fee (approx.) €3000
Technical report for Notary Public: can vary according to the complexity of the task – range € 2000 - 4000
No broker commission paid by the buyer
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