This farmhouse with barn is located just outside the medieval village of Caprese Michelangelo, on the hills of the Valtiberina. The views are breathtaking.
The main building (410 sq m) is currently divided into two apartments, whilst the barn (190 sq m) could be converted into an outbuilding after restoration.
Behind the house is a structure in need of renovation, which could be used to open a commercial business such as a restaurant, it is approximately 190 square meters in size.
The land of 6.4 hectares is made up of forests and meadows, with a small olive grove of 40 trees.
The services are all available in the nearby village of Caprese (2 km) but the most famous cities of Tuscany can be reached in less than 20 minutes by car Anghiari, Sansepolcro and 40 minutes Arezzo, and two hours Cortona, Siena, Florence…
The farmhouse (410 sq m, 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms) is spread over three floors and is currently divided into two apartments (located respectively on the ground floor and on the first floor, both with independent access from the outside).
In the basement there are large cellars and rooms used in the past as agricultural warehousing.
Next to the building there is a large barn (55 m2) which could be a mezzanine and has been converted into a charming outbuilding.
– First apartment (150 m2): living room, kitchen, dining room, two bedrooms and bathroom.
– Second apartment (100 m2): living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bathroom and attic room.
Behind the farmhouse is the old barn (190 m2), currently unused and in need of renovation. The building is very spacious and could easily be modified to create an annex for guests, or a restaurant.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
Caprese Michelangelo within walking distance: restaurants, shops, post office, bank, pharmacy, etc.
Pieve Santo Stefano 10 km
Lake di Montedoglio 8 km
Anghiari 15 km
Arezzo 40 km
San Marino 84 km
Rimini beaches 110 km
Florence 115 km
Bologna 174 km
Perugia 90 km
Caprese Michelangelo is named after Michelangelo Buonarroti, born here on March 6, 1475, when Ludovico, his father, was Chief Magistrate. The town is located on the backbone of the Apennines and stretches through the greenest area of the Tuscan Valtiberina. This territory is perfect for a relaxing countryside stroll rising to an elevation of 1400 meters above sea level on the Catenaria Alps, it’s carved by numerous waterways that converge in the Singerna torrent and join the Tiber River in Montedoglio Lake.