Property ID: 935

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Penthouse in Tuscan Town


Large Penthouse on the eleventh floor

360 degree breathtaking view of the Tuscan countryside

and the historic center of San Giovani


We’re selling a large penthouse in the heart of San Giovanni Valdarno, which is arguably the only 10th floor penthouse in the city.

The penthouse is equipped with an elevator and great service contracts.

The 210sqm Penthouse has two entrances from the stairwell, due to it’s large size and double entry it makes it possible to subdivide the penthouse into two living units.

An estimated 85sqm worth of terraces surround the home.

As you can see in the video below, the home has lovely captivating views over the entire town, with nearby facilities, great solar coverage and plenty of privacy.


This is a unique chance to own an otherwise unobtainable piece of real estate.



The upper floor has 5 spacious bedrooms with access to the roof terrace around,

A large studio with private spacious roof terrace with phenomenal view,

3 bathrooms, are dated and need a metamorphosis,

Follow this hallway down to the lower part of the penthouse and you’ll find a large living room with panoramic views, a kitchen and large roof terrace of 80 sqm.

Exiting the community elevator on the 10th floor you will find two entries, one on the left and one on the right.


General ameneties

Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.

Distances & airports

San Giovanni Valdarno City Center is located in front of the Penthouse.

Montevarchi 7km
Arezzo 39km
Florence 49km
Cortona 77km
Rome 235km
Milan 346km

Additional & regional information

San Giovanni Valdarno was re-established from 1296 under the name “Castel San Giovanni” by the Commune of Florence as a so-called Terra nuova (fortified new town). The place served to secure the border between the Republic of Florence and its neighbor Arezzo upstream of the Arno, as well as a fortified marketplace and customs post on the pilgrimage and trade route Via Cassia to and from Rome, about a day’s journey from the mother city .

The Castel San Giovanni was the prototype of a series of five new town foundations by the municipality of Florence, which, from the turn of the 14th century, pursued the goal of fortifying the still young territorial state on its periphery. In the following years until 1348, Castelfranco di Sopra (Valdarno), Scarperia (Mugello), Firenzuola (Apennines) and Terranuova Bracciolini (Valdarno) were founded according to the same type.

The urban planning type of these medieval planned cities is characterized in particular by the strictly right-angled city floor plans , which are spanned symmetrically around a central longitudinal axis. The mostly rectangular (San Giovanni, Scarperia, Terranuova), sometimes almost square (Castelfranco di Sopra, Firenzuola) “castles” were surrounded by a city ​​wall with towers . The gate towers, which today only survived in individual cases in the medieval substance, were each located in the middle of the four walls, were specially dedicated to patron saints and cited the architectural forms of the gates of the mother city of Florence as stately landmarks.