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Property ID: 1102

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Turnkey Tuscan Hamlet

Part of a Tuscan Hamlet with stunnning view

Located in Val Di Chio, Castiglion Fiorentino.

6 Bed 2 Bath

This typical Tuscan hamlet is an ancient stone farmhouse situated at the heart of Val di Chio, two steps away from Castiglion Fiorentino and Cortona, completely immersed and overlooking the characteristic forests of the valley’s Tuscan beauty.

inside the main building there are two renovated apartments which are provided with all the comforts such as the usual washing machine, fridge, laundry, and linen storage.
The building offers a large common room with a table, a fireplace, and a brick fireplace.

The land surrounding the property is approximately 40 acres in size and consists of various types of forests, meadows, and bushes.
There are several olive groves with approximately 800-1000 olive trees in production of olive oil.

Asking Price: € 600,000


First apartment has 4 bedrooms.
The apartment is on the first floor of the villa, and it includes:
A living room and kitchen with dining room and fireplace,
Double sized room with two twin beds,
Two double-sized bedrooms,
single room,
And a bathroom.

the second apartment has 2 bedrooms.
The apartment is on the ground floor of the Villa, and it includes:
The living room and kitchen area with dining room and fireplace,
Double-sized bedroom,
Double room with two twin beds,
A storage room (it’s possible to realise a second bathroom)
And a bathroom.

The first outside building:
Is more than 80 sqm large on the ground floor and detached. The building is currently used as storage and needs to be completely renovated. Here the new owner can divide the property into different units/rooms according to their own wishes.

The second outbuilding:
Is approximately 250 sqm large on different levels, and detached. The building is currently used as storage and needs to be completely renovated. Here the new owner can divide the property into different units/rooms according to their own wishes.

In one of the meadows there is a ruin of about 50 sqm which can likely be rebuilt.


General ameneties

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

Distances & airports

7 km from Castiglion Fiorentino for delicious Tuscan cuisine, cafes, shops, supermarkets, etc.

Cortona 10 km
Arezzo 18 km
Castiglione del Lago 29 km
Montepulciano 38 km
Pienza 44 km
Siena 60 km

Perugia – airport 65
Florence international airport 88 km

Additional & regional information

Castiglion Fiorentino and Cortona are located in an extremely favourable position to visit the main and most interesting art sites, both of Tuscany and Umbria.

Castiglion Fiorentino
Cortona- Castiglion Fiorentino and surroundings – what to visit in Tuscany
Situated at the summit of a hill (m. 345 u.s.l.) Castiglion Fiorentino shows wonderful landscapes both towards Val di Chio and the Pre-Appennines, which appears almost silver thanks to the olive groves. The panorama is dominated by the Castle of Montecchio (X century), once the dwelling of the well-known captain John Hawkwood. The historic centre gives an evocative glimpse of the medieval period. Indeed, there are many elements from that time: walls, doors, tower of Cassero (XIVcentury), Church of S. Angelo (XII century), Church of S. Francesco, Church of S. Agostino and the Palace of the Praetorian.

Cortona – (10 Km)
It’s one of the most beloved villages in Tuscany. It is the place to be if you are looking for signs of the Etruscan past of Tuscany.

The town is on a hill and shows a spectacular view on Valdichiana and Amiata Mountain. Born with Etruscans, it was then conquered by Romans and Goths before becoming free again in the XII century. Once free, Cortona reached its maximum glory. The centre is represented by Piazza della Repubblica (square) and by Palace of the Praetorian, currently hosting the Etruscan Museum. In the Museum, you can find the most important finding: the Chandelier from the V century B.C.