Won with complete privacy and panoramic views, yet in a fantastic Tuscan hamlet.
The former family house is in good condition in the typical Tuscan style of architecture.
The main building consists of three floors and can easily be divided into two or three residential units.
The cosy guest house has a covered terrace and is detached from the main building.
The terrain is over 5500 sqm and consists of several meadows.
The main building:
On the ground floor is of course the taverna / cantina where the large family can gather to enjoy the Tuscan cuisine and wines. This space can be transformed into a living unit or used for groups and family.
On the first floor are the living room with fireplace, the large kitchen, a spacious bedroom with en suite bathroom, a storage room and a guest bathroom.
On the second floor with its own entrance and connected to the first floor, there are currently 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms. This floor can optionally be divided into two different units.
The guest house:
Consists of a large covered terrace connected to the living room and kitchen and there is also a guest bathroom on the ground floor, plus a storage room. On the first floor which also has access to the large roof terrace (above the garage) there are two bedrooms and a luxury bathroom and a storage room.
There is currently a spare room on the ground floor and the technical installation for the heating and water filter system in the second room.
The pool is surrounded by a terrace and has its own outdoor bathroom.
There is also a fountain with its own water source between the house and the outbuilding.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
The village square is a few minutes’ walking.
For the first facilities, Talla 8 km away
Subbiano 17 km
Bibbiena 18 km
Poppi 28 km
Arezzo 29 km
Airports and big cities:
Florence airport 93 km
Pisa airport 161 km
Bologna airport 180 km
Roma airport Fiumicino 278 km
Talla is a town and comune in the province of Arezzo, Tuscany.
Talla’s vast territory stretches through forests of the innermost zone of Pratomagno. The area’s oldest and perhaps most charming town (with medieval origins) is known as “la Castellaccia,” marked by a picturesque church and a series of small homes tightly set against one another.
The etymology of Talla, however, dates much farther back: Tallulah, a noble Etruscan name, perhaps derived from the deity to whom this specific area was dedicated. The presence of the Etruscans is also noted in the valley entranceway leading to the village: you’ll see a large votive altar, which was found directly behind the apse of the Parish Church of Socana.
Following the area’s oral traditions, Guido Monaco, a reformer of musical notation, was supposedly born in Talla. It’s no coincidence that here you can visit the Museum of Music “Guido d’Arezzo” dedicated to the famed musician. Check out other small hamlets such as Pontenano and Faltona, peaceful oases that offer wonderful excursions, especially in the summertime.
A great time to visit Talla is during its food and wine events featuring the festival of cacio cheese and fava beans held every year in the first days of May.