Luxury Villa in Tuscany: a beautiful (former) farmhouse transformed into a luxury Tuscan villa with lots of privacy.
Located in the middle of a valley with Mediterranean vegetation, ideal for those who are looking for a stress-free stay, with contact to nature. Ideal for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and lovers of arts and crafts.
74,131 acre (30 hectares) of land around the villa.
Phenomenal location with panoramic views, but certainly not isolated. Within 4 km from the nearest village Pieve Santo Stefano with all amenities and less than 3 km from the motorway.
The private road of about 1.5 km is not paved. A 4×4 car would be more suitable for this.
Ground floor: Spacious living room with fireplace, a dining room (currently used as a restaurant hall), Industrial kitchen with all amenities, Storage room, Cold room, Wine room and various rooms which are used as storage.
On the first floor:
Two spacious rooms with private bathrooms. Two family rooms each, with a spacious bedroom and a smaller bedroom with private bathroom.
A spacious terrace of more than 754 sqft with panoramic views.
On the second floor:
A spacious bedroom with private bathroom.
An apartment with living room, open bedroom, bathroom and a room where you can realize a kitchen.
The villa is currently being used as a Bed and Breakfast.
400 sqm is habitable
8 bedrooms with private bathroom
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
Pieve Santo Stefano 4 km
Lago di Montedoglio 7 km
Caprese Michelangelo 12 km (the birthplace of Michelangelo)
Sansepolcro 15 km
Anghiari 18 km
Arezzo 47 km
Airport Perugia 80 km
Assisi 90 km
Airport Florence 110 km
Bologna airport 160 km
Airport Roma 245 km
On the eastern border of the province of Arezzo and the entire Tuscan region, bringing to life the first Tiber River-outlined bay, sits Pieve Santo Stefano, the “Diary City”. Founded many, many centuries ago—there are traces of civilization here dating all the way back to the Neolithic age—this tiny plot of land has had a nonstop succession of inhabitants. Vestiges of the Roman age are all around: remains of bridges that crossed the Tiber, including some particularly notable ruins in Sigliano, where one with five arcades was designed to support traffic along the Ariminensis, the street connecting Arezzo to Rimini and crossing the Appenines to Passo di Viamaggio (Via Maior). In ancient times, the Pieve Santo Stefano area was known as Suppetia, as evidenced by an inscription discovered in the Madonna del Colledestro temple, which reports the commission of Publio Sulpicio and his wife Cellina, who were behind the construction of a temple in this area dedicated to Tiberinus, god of the Tiber, and the nymphs.