This ancient farmhouse, inhabited by the writer Vasco Pratolini, with its original intact character has been transformed into a cozy farmhouse. Located on the slopes of the high mountains of the Pratomagno rising from the Arno Valley, the house is surrounded by olive groves that go down the road of the seven bridges built on the remains of an old Etruscan road. Near the house on a natural terrace, surrounded by olive groves and oak forests there is a play area for children. In a sunny, sunny place, there is a 10×4-meter swimming pool (depth of 1.40m), equipped with sun loungers, tables and umbrellas. In front of the house there is a pretty wooden gazebo with table, chairs and barbecue for outdoor dining.