To be used as a large private villa or in two or more independent living units.
Property ID: 1009

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Turnkey Tuscan Hamlet

In an amazingly beautiful setting between vineyards and olive groves.


This beautiful property is located in Valdarno – Tuscany, between the hills of the upper Aretino and surrounded by a spectacular private park with swimming pool, hundreds of olive trees, forest, a waterfall and agricultural land,


Very easily accessible and centrally located to reach the most beautiful places of Tuscany and Italy.


The main building and the living area are in perfect Tuscan style renovated 12 years ago.


The property dates back to the middle of the 1800’s.


The hamlet is currently used by the current owner as a private holiday residence and in high season it is rented out to regularly returning families to stay in the Tuscan countryside during the summer months.



The main building is on 2 floors for a total area of about 350 sqm,

GROUND FLOOR: many original elements have been retained and look phenomenal.

Two large rooms, each with its own entrance and can be connected internally.

The third room consists of three rooms and has its own independent entrance.

The fourth room is approximately 20 sqm and is currently the technical room for the heating system and the own water storage.

The fifth space has been fantastically renovated and currently houses the reception, office, shop, and bar.

FIRST FLOOR: the residential part, Can be used as a large residential unit or used as three independent units for example to rent out or start a B&B.

Accessible from the ground floor through a very nice hall with the original features and the old stone staircase:

Housing unit one: Consists of an eat-in kitchen, a spacious living room with fireplace, a bathroom, and two spacious bedrooms.

Housing unit two: can be accessed from the first housing unit or from the outside with its own access and consists of:
A spacious living room with fireplace, a kitchen, a bathroom and a spacious bedroom.

Housing unit three: Has its own entrance and can optionally be linked to housing unit one. This residential unit is still in its original condition and can be classified and adapted to the wishes of the new owner.

Outbuilding one: “La Limonaia” , very beautiful and very nostalgic at about 55 sqm. The ground floor is the storage place for the citrus plants in winter and the first floor is still to be divided by the new owner.

Outbuilding Two: Currently used as storage and measuring approximately 65 sqm.

There is also an apparent swimming pool of about 12 meters x 6.50 meters with amazing views and is very privately situated.

Finally agricultural land of relevance destined to olive grove for about 6.3 acres (2.57 hectares) with about 500 olive trees and a portion of about 600 square meters intended for arable land. The garden and around the pool are fenced.

The property has its own water source/well


General ameneties

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

Distances & airports

The property is located few km from Loro Ciuffenna,

8 km from the motorway exit on the “A1” Milan – Rome,

10 km from the railway station on the “Firenze Roma” line,

30 minutes from Florence and its history,

30 minutes from Arezzo,

40 minutes from Florence International Airport,

Additional & regional information

The unique name of Loro Ciuffena comes from the Latin word laurus (bay tree) and the name of the stream which runs through the town, Ciuffenna, mentioned for the first time in 1037 as Lofinne and derived from the Roman name Clufennius, of evident Etruscan origin.

The landscape has kept its medieval architecture intact, with the most obvious pieces being the bridge and an old mill, the main attraction of the small town. This water mill, the oldest in Tuscany, still works and even today is sometimes used for the production of chestnut flour, a traditional product from the area. Built around 1100, it is unique as it was built on a cliff along the Ciuffena stream, right in the centre of the countryside.

Another attraction in this town is the Town Hall, which is home to the Venturino Venturi Museum, where works by the local artist are on display, including a collection of bronze, wood and ceramic sculptures.

A few kilometres from the historic centre there is the charming Parish Church of San Pietro in Gropina. Reading its capitals is like a great journey through a labyrinth of signs and symbols, which reveal themselves to visitors through a deep meditation. Don’t miss the little town of Borro, where the Duke Amedeo d’Aosta lived until a few years ago.

The area of Loro Ciuffena is surrounded by a naturalistically remarkable countryside, especially in regards to the mountain. Lovers of hiking and exploring can take a break in the tiny town of Anciolina, standing at 933 metres above sea level, where they can admire the fascinating ruins of the fortress. Continuing to ascend from there, you get to the Cross of Pratomagno, at an altitude of 1592 metres.