Beautiful panoramic views.In very good condition. Few kilometres from Caprese Michelangelo. Able to live and start your own bed and breakfast. It is possible to create two extra apartments. The property is divided into two units of 120 sqm per unit. In total the house is 240 sqm large. Excellent opportunity to make your dreams come true to live in the Tuscan countryside and eventually start your own bed and breakfast in Italy. The price is € 300,000 costs to purchaser House code 695
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On the ground floor (living unit 1):
In the main building, on the ground floor, with its own entrance and consists of: a living room with fireplace, a double bedroom, a bedroom with two single beds, a bathroom, and a kitchen.
On the first floor (living unit 2):
In the main building, on the first floor, connected internally but also has its own entrance and consists of the following:
A living room with fireplace with kitchenette, three bedrooms, a bathroom
Accessible by a fixed staircase in the main building. Is only suitable for storage.
Outbuilding 200 sqm:
Approximately 60 sqm, is currently used as a “hobby house”. And consists of the following is on the ground floor, private entrance, living room with kitchenette with fireplace, A simply bathroom, and a former wine cellar/ a spacious room.
The other part of the outbuilding 140 sqm: is used for storage of agricultural equipment. In excellent condition.
Own land of 2 acre (9,000 sqm) with approximately 40 olive trees, vegetable garden and pasture.
It is possible to realize a swimming pool.
5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 kitchens, 2 living rooms, 5 other large rooms, 3 small rooms
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
Caprese Michelangelo: 2 km (with all facilities)
Lama: 2 km
Anghiari: 15 km
Sansepolcro: 22 km
Arezzo: 40 km
Citta di Castello: 40 km
Perugia: 90 km
Assisi: 104 km
Aeroporto Internazionale Perugia: 90 km
Florence Amerigo Vespucci: 124 km
Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport: 173 km
Caprese Michelangelo is a charming village in the province of Arezzo, named after the famous Master-sculptor of the Renaissance, Michelangelo Buonarotti.
This quiet, small part of Tuscany is located about 100 kilometres east of Florence with houses and beautiful old churches, delicious restaurants, and a great museum and library built in honour of the most famous resident, Michelangelo.
Michelangelo was born here in 1475. Many tourists travel to his birthplace to view his birth house.
In the town are spectacular old buildings that date back to the Etruscan and Roman periods, which are a good example of the versatility of these ancient civilizations.