This property is eligible for the Superbonus 110%
This is essentially a grant towards improving your properties’ energy efficiency and seismic proofing with a budget of up to € 250,000.00, which is expected to run until December 2022. It is commonly referred to as a Tax Rebate, Green Incentive, Superbonus, Grant or Subsidy.
This Superbonus 110% includes but is not limited to:
Ecobonus- Improving your energy efficiency by at least 2 classes with: Thermal insulation, replacing heating systems, installing micro-generation plants, installing photovoltaic boilers and panels (Solar) double glazed windows, general renovation, roof renovation and insulation, EV charging infrastructure, and more.
Sismabonus- This is for improving the seismic risk on the building by at least one class.
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15 minutes from Cortona and Arezzo
Former Tuscan farmhouse in Arezzo to restore. Located between meadows with views and very centrally located to many villages and towns.
Total more then 800 sqm in size, spread over two floors. It is possible to realize different apartments / housing units to start a Bed and Breakfast, for example.
It is possible to create a swimming pool. The property faces south, so plenty of sunlight exposure all day long.
The property is surrounded by native land of approximately 7800 sqm in size and consists mainly of meadows.
In total, the property is currently divided into 13 rooms, 4 bathrooms and several storage rooms.
The new owner can divide the property into several ( 8 ) apartments for rent.
See the new renovation plans in the FLOORPLANS. Two options have been outlined.
And there are 3 outbuildings of approximately 120 sqm which can be used for activities areas and storage.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
Castiglion Fiorentino 6 km with all facilities
Motorway 10 km
Monte San Savino 13
Cortona 17 km
Arezzo 18 km
Sina 63 km
Florence center 90 km
Aeroporto dell’Umbria – Perugia 83 km
Florence Airport Amerigo Vespucci 103 km
Florence Airport Amerigo Vespucci 194 km
CASTIGLION FIORENTINO: Castiglion Fiorentino (Arezzo) is a town with Roman origins on a hill overlooking the Valdichiana valley on one side and the Val di Chio valley on the other. The fortress of Cassero, perched on the hilltop, is the symbol of the town, whereas the historic centre is characterised by panoramic narrow streets, elegant buildings and impressive monuments.
MONUMENTS IN CASTIGLION FIORENTINO: Among the main points of interest of Castiglion Fiorentino we find the Gothic Church of San Francesco, the Church of Collegiata and the Church of Gesù, all rich with precious works of art. A visit to the Loggiato Vasariano on piazza del Municipio, is not to be missed as from here one can enjoy a breath-taking view onto the Val di Chio valley. The esplanade of the Cassero is interesting as here one can admire some parts of Etruscan city walls dating back to the 4th century B.C. and visit the marvellous Archaeological Museum and the art gallery. Thanks to its central location, tourists visiting Castiglion Fiorentino may easily travel around Tuscany and reach quickly the most beautiful medieval villages and art towns of Tuscany and Umbria.
EVENTS IN CASTIGLION FIORENTINO: During spring and summer the calendar of events in Castiglion Fiorentino presents interesting events. The renowned “Maggio castiglionese” offers a calendar full of cultural events and food festivals, fairs, exhibitions, concerts, amusement parks and much more. San Michele, the patron saint, is celebrated on May 7th with religious, cultural and food events, which end with an amazing firework show.
June is awaited by all inhabitants because of the “Palio dei Rioni” that takes place in this month: a horse race inspired by the more famous Palio di Siena, where the three quarters (Rione Cassero, Porta Fiorentina and Porta Romana) compete on a horse race accompanied by medieval costumed parades and flag throwers performances. The day before the race every quarter organizes a propitiatory dinner to invoke victory by singing and drinking.
August and September are devoted to good food and wine and the Tuscan cuisine Festival, a 1950s American-style food festival and I giorni di Bacco to taste the best local wines.