The current living area is on the first and second floor, which can be occupied or rented out immediately. There is a laundry room on the first floor, a calm resting area, a bathroom and an infrared sauna.
The rest of the spaces (former storage rooms and stables) can be renovated inside to create more units.
The roof of the farmhouse was renovated about 10 years ago and is in good condition according to the owner.
The living areas are equipped with radiators linked to the gas-connected heating system. The property has been linked to the main city water system.
The property comes with its own septic tank for the sewage system.
The garden surrounding the property is approximately 2000 sqm and is fully fenced. The property can be reached by car from two sides.
Furthermore, next to the garden is a field of about 2000 sqm. Here you can realize a swimming pool and several terraces.
Equally on the other side of the field is a forest field of approximately 10,000 sqm. This can be used for an organic vegetable garden, horses or other activities. Located a little further away is 30,000 sqm of forests and fields.
Total built-up area is approximately 350 sqm.
The total land is approximately 43,500 sqm.
The current living area is approximately 200 sqm
The other spaces are approximately 150 sqm
The living area: on the ground floor with its own entrance is a general relaxation room, the laundry room with central heating, a bathroom, an infrared sauna and there is enough space to realize your own kitchen. This space can be occupied or rented out as a separate unit.
On the first floor, with its own entrance via a typical stone staircase, consists of:
Large entrance hall with the pizza oven, the first living room with fireplace (with built-in wood burner), a kitchen, a spacious second living room, and a library room.
The second floor consists of:
a third living room (intermediate room) a spacious bathroom and four bedrooms.
Furthermore, there are 6 different areas and rooms in the former stables and storage areas which can be renovated to create more units for rental or common areas for workshops and meetings.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
Rofelle is a village and belongs to the municipality of Badia Tedalda 4 mile / 7 km (shops, supermarkets and restaurants)
Pieve Santo Stefano 16 mile / 27 km (for more shops and large supermarkets, cafes, bars, etc.)
Sansepolcro 20 mile / 32 km (hospital, university, more shops and large supermarkets, cafes, bars, etc.)
Citta di Castello 31 mile / 50 km
San Marino 36 mile / 58 km (an independent country in Italy)
Arezzo 42 mile / 69 km
Rimini 43 mile / 70 km (International airport)
Perugia 64 mile / 104 km (airport)
Florence 78 mile / 126 km (International airport)
Siena 83 mile / 134 km
Pisa 142 mile / 229 km (International airport)
The village of Badia Tedalda sits at the crossroads between three regions: Tuscany, Romagna and Marche, along the route of the Via Romea that was traveled over the centuries by monks, pilgrims and travelers.
The territory of Badia Tedalda attracts visitor with its subtle and tranquil charm, ripe for discovery as you get lost along the centuries-old paths that make up part of the Alpe della Luna Nature Reserve, winding through the beech tree forests that still bear the traces of old coal burners, like – for history lovers – those on the Gothic Line, which crosses Italy in precisely this area.
Valtiberina is located in the easternmost part of Tuscany and takes its name from the river that crosses its entire length, up to the border with Umbria: the Tiber.
An itinerary in Valtiberina can begin in Anghiari, one of the most beautiful medieval villages in Italy, known for the famous Battle of Anghiari in 1440 in which the Florentine troops defeated the Milanese.
The village of Sansepolcro, on the other hand, is strongly connected to the figure of Piero della Francesca: the artist, who went by the name of Pietro dal Borgo, immortalized Sansepolcro in many of his works, enhancing its unique characteristics.
Finally, the Pieve Santo Stefano, the City of the Diary, deserves a stop. Since 1984, this village has housed the National Diary Archive, formed from the idea of the journalist and writer Saverio Tutino, it collects thousands of diaries, memoirs and letters.