IN ESCROW UNTIL MAY 22, 2022
Are you planning to come and live in one of the most beautiful areas of Italy or have a second home?
If you are here to really enjoy the atmosphere the views over the Tuscan landscapes.
A very short distance from the beautiful Cortona for your Espresso in the morning and fine wines in the evenings.
Then this excellently renovated Tuscan house is probably your place.
With several panoramic terraces surrounding the property or amongst your own olive grove of over 400 healthy olive trees, you can completely unwind and relax here.
To cool off from time to time, you can take a dip in your own swimming pool of 15 x 4 meters and sometimes work in your organic vegetable garden for the sweet snacks.
The all-round illuminated garden is about 2.5 hectare (6 acres) and with an electrically operated gate is very pleasantly designed with covered parking for three cars. It is also possible to realize your own vineyard for your own brewed wines.
The property is very convenient to reach from the main road, which cannot be heard or seen and is less than 3 mile (5 km) from the historic centre of Cortona.
With a 10-minute walk is possible to get to a bar, a pizzeria, and a supermarket.
The total living area is around 270 sqm (2 906 sqft).
The house has been very well renovated in 2005 and radiates a lot of warm love.
Much attention has been paid to the details and the Tuscan soul of the house has been treated with great respect and transformed into a new and modern living pleasure.
Very high-quality building materials used both external and internal.
On the semi-ground floor, the sleeping environment has been created to keep the cool temperature in the summer months for a good night’s sleep.
Two luxurious bedrooms with private luxurious bathrooms and the spacious main room with a luxurious and a spacious bathroom and a wardrobe.
The laundry room and the heating system have also been realized on this level.
On the upper floor with different connection with the pergola/ terraces with barbecue and an oven is as follows, a spacious hall with access to the spacious family kitchen.
The kitchen is fully equipped and has direct access to the covered terrace, the dining room and a service bathroom.
The very pleasant living room is divided into two areas; one cosy room where people want to watch a television program and the second room with the original fireplace and access to the covered terrace is to be in direct contact with the outside atmosphere and to relax in winter next to the natural warmth from the fireplace.
The house is equipped with a hybrid gas heating system, which has recently been completely renovated.
There are also two private water sources providing the property with enough water for the property and the irrigation system and the pool.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
10 minuts walking to the first services
3 mile away is Cortona
Cortona, Italy is one of the most famous the Tuscan hill towns although it’s important to realise that Cortona is more of a Tuscany “hillside town” than “hilltop town” and consequently has a great many steep streets and lanes and only one horizontal one – by no means unique in this part of Italy.
Nevertheless, for anyone visiting central Italy, the sights of Cortona are definitely worth a day at the very least, preferably two days. The Cortona Museums house world-class art, ranging from Etruscan and Egyptian in the Cortona Etruscan Museum, through early Renaissance in the Cortona Diocesan Museum.
Cortona is well-endowed with a variety of Renaissance architecture even though the prevalent character of the townscape is mediaeval. The main piazza of Cortona, Italy, Piazza della Repubblica, has a wonderful ambience and forms the focal centre of Cortona.
The highest point on the hill of Cortona is dominated by a huge Medicean fort from which the visitor can admire not only the town but the entire Val di Chiana.
Cortona has an active calendar of performing arts events, and hosts a famous annual antiques exhibition, the Cortonantiquaria, as well as a monthly antiques and bric-a-brac market.
There is also a not-to-be-missed folkloric crossbow competition, the Giostra dell’Archidado on the last last day of Cortona Mediaeval Week in late May or early June.
Cortona is easily accessed by rail from Rome and Florence but the nearest station is Camucia-Cortona, three km away, requiring a bus or taxi ride to reach the centre of Cortona.
Walking uphill to Cortona proper is for the fit only but one is rewarded by access to a number of Etruscan tombs along the route.