A prestigious building complex consisiting of 2000 square meters, located in the most exclusive city quarters of Arezzo.
Property ID: 1045

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Grand Tuscan Manor

This extravagant Tuscan Estate has recently come to market.

A prestigious building complex of 2000 square meters, located in the most exclusive quarter of the city of Arezzo.

A splendid view of the surrounding countryside, it is divided into 4 buildings very well and completely restored and surrounded by the Tuscan garden and olive fields.

The main building is a Villa of 550 square meters.

Arranged on 4 levels, overlooking the top of a hill its interiors still retains the flavor of a bygone era. The basement, with large brick arches, is used as a cellar, while the three upper floors are characterized by frescoed ceilings and large and bright rooms.

Included in the sale there is a farmhouse (250 sqm) with independent access and two further outbuildings on several levels for a total of 700 sqm.

The garden has an extension of 5195 sqm, most of which are used as arable land, olive groves and private park.

No further description is necessary but will elaborate further if interested, contact us if you are interested. A clear financial adequacy statement will have to be submitted in advance of a property tour or receiving more information.

The market value of this villa is above 5 Million euros, but due to the circumstances it is now for sale for only € 3,500,000.


The main villa can be used as a large luxury family residence or divided into several villa units. The villa is equipped with a elevator from the basement to the third floor.

In the basement of the main villa is a huge banquet hall with a large fireplace with bar, a billiard table, meeting room, a spacious kitchen and service room and access to the rear terrace of the villa.

The building attached to the main villa consists of several residential units and a large banquet hall with bar, service room, and meeting room.

This building also houses the spa areas with saunas, gym and massage room. And here is also equipped with a elevator from the basement to the third floor.

All bedrooms have their own luxury bathroom.

In the tower, two of the four floors are used as a wine cellar and a space for the storage of hams and cheeses.

Under the main villa is also a spacious garage for 3-4 luxury cars.

More than 10 cars can be parked in the large second garage, partly under the swimming pool. Here is also the storage for the wine barrels and there is office space and workspace.

The pool is phenomenal with its own outdoor bar and kitchen.

Then the large outdoor family kitchen is equipped with all amenities and also the pizza and grill oven and the BBG area. Features a large, covered patio for large family and friends gatherings.

The villa has three entrances with security and electrically operated gates.

The Tuscan garden is very provisionally landscaped and fully equipped with an irrigation system.

The tennis court offers a lot of private and sports fun between the olive trees and the cypresses.

There is also a place for the organic farming hobby, the vegetable garden and there is a connection for the water for the irrigation system.

In total there are 5 living rooms, 7 kitchens, 20 bedrooms, 18 bathrooms, two elevators, several meeting rooms, several cellars, and wine rooms, etc.

General ameneties

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

Distances & airports

In Arezzo is everything one needs
Florence airport 50 minutes driving
Pisa airport 1.20 driving
Rome airports 2.20 and 2.20 driving

Additional & regional information

The city of Arezzo, situated in the South-West of Tuscany, rises up a hill which takes in 4 valleys: Valtiberina, Casentino, Valdarno and Valdichiana.

The city has deeply historic origins and is – although this is a little-known fact – even older than Alexandria in Egypt!
Arezzo was one of the major Etruscan Lucumonies and later became a strategic Roman center, a fulcrum of flourishing economic activity and cultural monuments, including the Amphi-theater, whose remarkable remains can be seen today.

At that time its foundries and art factories, whose decoration technique spread throughout the Roman world for coral vases were renowned. In the Middle Ages, it became a free commune in which the Ghibelline faction prevailed and conflicted with Florence. After the battle of Campaldino in 1289, the independence of the city ended and, despite a slight economic recovery during the Tarlati period, Arezzo became a Florentine domain as early as 1384, thus becoming part of the Grand Duchy of the Medici family.

Arezzo is a city where ancient traditions reverberate from every corner; one way to experience them is to visit during the penultimate Saturday of June or the first Sunday of September, when Piazza Grande is turned into the centre of the Giostra del Saracino, a knightly tournament originating from medieval times.

There is also the more frequent Antiques Fair, which takes place on the first weekend of the month in the very same square and is a vast market of often unusual objects – which does mean you should prepare yourself to spend a while hunting to find just what you want!