Very suitable to use as your own luxury Tuscan villa or possibly for luxury weddings, business and luxury holiday rentals
Property ID: 1356

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Luxury Tuscan (Wedding) Villa

This beautiful family hill villa is in a dominant position at an altitude of 280 meters looking at the Tuscan country greenery.


Suitable for use as a luxury family villa or for holiday accommodation in the luxury level.


The main villa is currently two spacious houses, but these can be adapted into multiple residential units.


There is another detached guest house and several outbuildings.


In total the property is approximately 920 m² in size.


In 1994, the villa and outbuildings were completely rebuilt in the original layout.


The villa is sold with the existing antique and modern furnishings, except for paintings, photographs and personal items. If the buyer does not want to keep the furniture, the owner will remove it. All garden tools and tractors are also included in the sale. Of course it depends on the purchase amount.


The villa has two private water wells.


The villa has its own gas tank (GPL).


The villa is currently divided into three houses; each house has its own heating system.


The garden of approximately 2.2 hectares (5 acres – 22 dunam) is fenced with a concrete foundation and a metal net and has two gates, one of which is electrically operated with a remote control.


The layout of the main villa:

House one:
On the ground floor.
A spacious living room with fireplace and access to the covered terrace,
A second living room/ library room with fireplace and wood stove and access to the terrace.
A kitchen with dining area and access to the covered terrace,
A luxury bathroom,
A wine room,
A big garage, can be turned in a big bedroom with bathroom,
A Wine cantina and olive oil room, is currently only accessible from the outside

On the second floor.
A living room with fireplace,
Three spacious bedrooms,
A luxurious bathroom,

On the second floor; a spacious luxurious tower room/ fourth bedroom.

House two:
On the ground floor with its own entrance and connected from the inside to the first floor.
A spacious luxurious living room with fireplace, with access to the garden terrace.
A kitchen could be realized here.
A bathroom,
Hall to the first floor.

On the first floor, with a private entrance, and connected to the ground floor.
A spacious and luxurious living room with fireplace,
Three spacious bedrooms,
A luxury bathroom,
There is a fourth (small)room, here an extra bathroom can be realized.

Third detached house:
Completely in perfect condition and consists of:

On the ground floor.
A cozy living room with fireplace and a connection to the outdoor terrace,
A kitchen,
A bathroom.
A small technical room accessible from the outside.

On the first floor is a spacious bedroom.

Outbuilding one:
Consists of a covered parking space,
A garage for different cars, and the technical area,
The laundry room,
Two spacious storage rooms,
Extra room / outside kitchen laundry room.

Outbuilding two is a wooden building of approximately 20 m2, for the garden tools and the tractor.


General ameneties

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

Distances & airports

Castiglion Fiorentino 3 km
Train Station in Castiglion Fiorentino 3.8 km
Cortona 12 km
Arezzo 14 km
Montepulciano 33 km
Siena 65 km

Florence airport 95 km
Rome airports 220 km

Additional & regional information

Cortona is located 500 meters above the sea-level, placed on a hill area and dominating the Chiana valley. It was an Etruscan domain, and it is not a certainty when it became Roman: it was the year 450 when the Gothic conquered it: during the thirteenth century it became a free commune. During the year 1258 it was sacked and plundered by the city of Arezzo. Cortona could regain its autonomy only three years later. Later (1325) Cortona was ruled by Ranieri Casali Signoria and in 1409 by Ladislao, the king of Naples. Beginning from 1411 Cortona was given up to Florence. The town came from an old Etruscan area: it is possible to recognize the big walls put under the medieval ones. Cortona was well known thanks to the bronze production: we mention the 16 arms chandelier ( V century a.C.), unique for size and decoration, kept in the local Etruscan Academy Museum.

In the surroundings you can find important tobs: the Pitagora Tanella, a circular etruscan mausoleum with a vault covered cella and the Angori Tanella, with an inside Greek cross cella. At the foot of the town it is still possible to visit some tumulus called “Melons”, due to their shape and also many finds, as the well-known Tabula Cortonensis, a bronze table with one of the longest Etruscan inscription ever found (Museum of the Etruscan Academy). Cortona keeps a medieval appearance and an urban setting up, but the main buildings were reconstructed during the fifteenth-sixteenth century: the Cathedral, rebuilt by Giuliano from Sangallo and Cristofanello Sensi: the Magistrate and Town hall buildings, which are still keeping the original parts of the thirteenth-century, and so on. St. Domenico church (XIV-XV century) is Gothic with just one nave, ending up with three rectilinear apses: St. Francesco church (1248) exposes Cigoli, Pietro from Latina and Luca Signorelli paintings.