WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF AMENITIES
Very well renovated house in Talla. Surrounded with a private garden of 2,600 sqm.
Very well maintained with automatic irrigation system and lighting.
High finishing quality all accross the property.
Very nice swimming pool of 8 x 4 meters complete with technical room and spacious terrace around the pool, perfect for enjoying your stay.
The garden is very beautiful and decorative with different terraces.
There is gas central heating to heat the house.
The price is reduced from € 250,000 to € 240,000 Costs to the purchaser.
House code 570
Ground floor: kitchen, bathroom, living rooms, the pizza oven and two storage rooms.
On the semi-ground floor two spacious double bedrooms, one with direct access to the garden.
Living area is 80 sqm – The bathroom and kitchen are dated.
Information from the geometra concerns the possible need to expand the property:
1) Extension of 50 m³ cubic metre on the ground floor + 50 m³ cubic metre on the first floor
2) New underground garage of about 1 sqm at every 10 m³ cubic meters of construction. So, about 20/25 sqm
3) Loggia on the front of the building with a maximum depth of 2 meters.
4) New agricultural annex of about 30 sqm on a non-wooded area.
5) Wooden pergola with permeable cover.
Finally, with a recovery plan to be submitted to the approval of the Region, it is possible to obtain the possibility of carrying out even a more substantial expansion.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
Talla 1.5 km: restaurants, cafes, supermarkets, shops.
Capolona 12 km: supermarkets, restaurants shops and train station.
Arezzo 25 km: big city with all amenities.
International airport of Florence 89 km
Talla is a town and comune in the province of Arezzo, Tuscany.
Talla’s vast territory stretches through forests of the innermost zone of Pratomagno. The area’s oldest and perhaps most charming town (with medieval origins) is known as “la Castellaccia,” marked by a picturesque church and a series of small homes tightly set against one another.
The etymology of Talla, however, dates much farther back: Tallulah, a noble Etruscan name, perhaps derived from the deity to whom this specific area was dedicated. The presence of the Etruscans is also noted in the valley entranceway leading to the village: you’ll see a large votive altar, which was found directly behind the apse of the Parish Church of Socana.
Following the area’s oral traditions, Guido Monaco, a reformer of musical notation, was supposedly born in Talla. It’s no coincidence that here you can visit the Museum of Music “Guido d’Arezzo” dedicated to the famed musician. Check out other small hamlets such as Pontenano and Faltona, peaceful oases that offer wonderful excursions, especially in the summertime.
A great time to visit Talla is during its food and wine events featuring the festival of cacio cheese and fava beans held every year in the first days of May.