The village of Valboncione in Tuscany belongs to the municipality of Caprese Michelangelo, in the province of Arezzo.
This typical Tuscan village gives a sense of peace, freedom and inspiration to express your intellect.
It’s definitely a village for those who want to write, play music or philosophize. Surrounded with pristine nature and many hiking trails.
The area of Valboncione is very famous for finding truffles, Maroni chestnuts, walnuts and many kinds of mushrooms. There are several special chestnut huts where the chestnuts can be stored and allowed to dry.
The local residents are very welcoming and very helpful.
The garden of about 355 m2 is 28 meters away and has fantastic views over the valley and mountain peaks. In the garden you will find a wooden outbuilding of about 60 sqm, which can be converted into a second home or renovated as a large annex.
Asking price € 90.000 costs to purchaser
House Code 455
Layout of the house, 110 sqm:
A spacious storage room with private entrance.
Second spacious storage room with private entrance and internal entrance to the house.
Spacious hall with stone staircase to the first floor.
Spacious hallway with access to the living-kitchen, living room and fitted wardrobe.
Two spacious bedrooms and a spacious bathroom with bath. Third floor is an attic, which is not higher than 1.5 meters.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
Distances from Valboncione, Tuscany:
Fragaiolo 2 km
Caprese Michelangelo 6 km.
Pieve Santo Stefano 15 km
Anghiari 23 km
Sansepolcro 30 km
Arezzo 47 km
San Marino 87 km
Perugia 95 km (airport)
Siena 112 km
Florence 125 km (airport)
Bologna 175 km (airport)
Pisa 209 km (airport)
Rome 260 km (2 airports)
Caprese Michelangelo is named after Michelangelo Buonarroti, born here on March 6, 1475, when Ludovico, his father, was Chief Magistrate. The town is located on the backbone of the Apennines and stretches through the greenest area of the Tuscan Valtiberina. This territory is perfect for a relaxing countryside stroll rising to an elevation of 1400 meters above sea level on the Catenaria Alps, it’s carved by numerous waterways that converge in the Singerna torrent and join the Tiber River in Montedoglio Lake.