A few minutes from the beautiful Cortona - 4 bedrooms - 3 bathrooms
Property ID: 1207

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Tuscan Villa Cortona

This typical Tuscan style villa with panoramic views is located in the middle of its own enclosed garden of approximately 3,000 sqm.

Very good investment with possibly high income later on to rent out.

The villa has the original Tuscan allure both outside and inside with many beautiful details.

The villa has not been inhabited for the past 7-8 years and various things need attention, including the garden.
The kitchen and bathrooms are dated.

Terracotta flooring except for the bathrooms which are covered in ceramic.
The property is heated by gas convectors.

The roof was completely redone about 10 years ago.

The farmhouse is surrounded by a garden and land of approximately 3,000 m2 and has a double driveway.

The area of interest is Pergo, in the municipality of Cortona, a green and quiet residential area.

The price € 690,000


The villa consists of two floors with a total of 360 sqm and is divided as follows:

On the ground floor:
A spacious hall with a staircase to the first floor,
Two spacious living rooms, one with a fireplace,
A third living room/taverna,
A dining room with access to the terrace,
a kitchen diner,
A bathroom,
an office space,
A spacious storage room at the rear,
And a technical room.

On the first floor:
4 spacious bedrooms and two bathrooms,
A studio / hobby room.


General ameneties

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

Distances & airports

Cortona 6 km
Montepulciano 35
Arezzo 35 km
Perugia 48 km

Additional & regional information

Cortona, Italy is one of the most famous the Tuscan hill towns although it’s important to realise that Cortona is more of a Tuscany “hillside town” than “hilltop town” and consequently has a great many steep streets and lanes and only one horizontal one – by no means unique in this part of Italy.

Nevertheless, for anyone visiting central Italy, the sights of Cortona are definitely worth a day at the very least, preferably two days. The Cortona Museums house world-class art, ranging from Etruscan and Egyptian in the Cortona Etruscan Museum, through early Renaissance in the Cortona Diocesan Museum.

Cortona is well-endowed with a variety of Renaissance architecture even though the prevalent character of the townscape is mediaeval. The main piazza of Cortona, Italy, Piazza della Repubblica, has a wonderful ambience and forms the focal centre of Cortona.
The highest point on the hill of Cortona is dominated by a huge Medicean fort from which the visitor can admire not only the town but the entire Val di Chiana.

Cortona has an active calendar of performing arts events, and hosts a famous annual antiques exhibition, the Cortonantiquaria, as well as a monthly antiques and bric-a-brac market.

There is also a not-to-be-missed folkloric crossbow competition, the Giostra dell’Archidado on the last last day of Cortona Mediaeval Week in late May or early June.

Cortona is easily accessed by rail from Rome and Florence but the nearest station is Camucia-Cortona, three km away, requiring a bus or taxi ride to reach the centre of Cortona.

Walking uphill to Cortona proper is for the fit only but one is rewarded by access to a number of Etruscan tombs along the route.