Turnkey apartment - 3 bedrooms with own bathrooms - Panoramic view - Total renovated - with all furniture – living and/or renting
Property ID: 1327

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Turnkey Apartment 3 BR-3 BA

A beautifully located top floor apartment with panoramic views and several private terraces and parking space.


Centrally located within walking distance of bars and restaurants.


Completely renovated 10 years ago.


Central heating in all rooms and a wood stove in the living room.


Connected to all utilities.


Easy to reach by car and there is private parking in front of the apartment and next to it (less than 30 meters away) is a spacious public parking lot for visitors.


The apartment is approximately 120 sqm and the terraces together are approximately 100 sqm.

There are several spacious terraces with phenomenal views,
There is a storage space under one of the terraces,

The spacious hall can be reached via a beautiful front door and then to the living room and kitchen.

There are three independently spacious bedrooms, each with its own bathroom.

There is a technical room for the heating system and washing machine.

General ameneties

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

Distances & airports

Chiusi center,
Bibbiena 20 km
Poppi 30 km
Arezzo 43 km

Airport Florence Amerigo Vespucci 98 km

Additional & regional information

Chiusi della Verna, located in the charming Arno and Tiber river valleys, is positioned in the heart of the Casentinesi Forest National Park. Visible from a distance, the area’s highlight is the San Francesco alla Verna Sanctuary, a structure that rises from the southern flank of Monte Penna. The area captures the intensity of Franciscan spiritual devotion, an aspect that’s enhanced by its particularly dramatic location.

Since medieval times, Chiusi della Verna has been of considerable importance for religious devotees: this area was once the key junction of the old via Romea, a much-traveled path for Germanic pilgrims who favored this trail to the western via Francigena. The road was heavily trodden by travellers who came from Germany, Scandinavian, Baltic, and Slavic areas, and even from England.

What to see in Chiusi della Verna
As part of this constant passage of faith, it’s not surprising that it’s the birthplace of the Sanctuary of San Francesco, a place of faith made particularly engaging by the silver forest of beech trees that surrounds the historic structures.

The small church of Santa Maria degli Angeli, the first building to be built on Monte Sacro, preserves beautiful Della Robbia terracotta inside. In the Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta, you can find what are considered real masterpieces by Andrea Della Robbia: The Annunciation and the Incarnation.

The Franciscan journey continues with two other stages that are of great importance for believers: the first is the Sasso Spicco, where the saint used to pray; the second is the Corridor and the Chapel of the Stigmata, built on the place where St Francis received ‘the last seal’ from Christ in 1224.

The Casentino is a land that’s rich in chestnut, beech, oak and fir woods. These are also the trees that populate the large and beautiful National Park of the Casentinese Forests, one of the best places to admire the autumn foliage when there’s a true spectacle of leaves that are tinged with shades of red, yellow, and orange.

In this area, there are many layers of spirituality. In Camaldoli, for example you can visit the Monastery, a monastic complex also known as Fontebuona, and the Hermitage, founded by San Romualdo in the 11th century.

The best time to visit the small medieval village of Chiusi della Verna is in summer, when it’s almost impossible not to be carried away by the sweet notes of the International Organ Music Festival, which takes place in the Basilica of the Sanctuary.

Additionally, the truffle festival is held in august, dedicated to the scorzone truffle, collected in the woods of the Casentino and nearby Valtiberina.

Typical dishes and products
Among the traditional Chiusina dishes, you can find potato tortelli, cooked on the grill. Or scottiglia, a stew made of various meats including rabbit, guinea fowl, lamb, pork and veal. Rimbocchi bread is also famous, paired with many local pecorino cheeses, raviggiolo and blue cheeses. Finally, the meal ends with lattaiolo, a milk-based dessert that’s baked in the oven, typical of mountain areas.