Traced by the Etruscans and redesigned by the Romans to create the ancient road Cassia Vetus, the Setteponti route is one of the most ancient ones in Tuscany. It joins the plain of Arezzo with the Florence ones through a spectacular itinerary on the hills above the Upper Valdarno. Today it is a slow-flowing road, often traveled by tourists by cars, motorcycles, mountain bikes and even on foot, which are fascinated by this natural balcony overlooking areas rich in olive groves, vineyards, cypresses and typical Tuscan farmhouses and bell towers of the parishes, creating a postcard view. The villa recently built , is located on the high side of the Setteponti route less than 3 km from Reggello. From the dominant position you can enjoy a 360 degree panoramic view over the entire Upper Valdarno, also known for the characteristics and famous ' Balze del Valdarno' depicted for the first time by Leonardo da Vinci in his most famous painting the Mona Lisa. The property is perfectly inserted in the landscape and naturalistic context that surrounds it. the large park of the property of approx. 7000 sq.mt, which completely surrounds the house, is divided into a relaxation area with: Patio, BBQ, wood oven, a huge lawn garden and a wooded area with tall trees such as cypress and oak trees that give shelter and refreshment in the warmer months. The Villa is mainly developed on a single floor where we find two kitchens, three living rooms, two dining rooms, two bathrooms, a study and two bedrooms. On the upper floor there are three other bedrooms and a third bathroom. The garage and technical rooms are located in the basement of the villa. The careful renovation has meant that the Villa was assigned the energy class "A". There is no lack of technical devices of the latest generation such as home automation from which the entire electrical system of the property is managed.