500 M2 LIVING SURFACE
3 LIVING UNITS
7,000 sqm OWN land
PANORAMIC VIEWS OF AREZZO
VERY SUITABLE FOR YOUR OWN BED AND BREAKFAST
An original Tuscan villa and overlooking the city of Arezzo, not far from the center. The living area is 500 sqm and divided into three residential units with their own private entrances.
The villa was renovated in the 1980s while retaining the original architectural features of the typical Tuscan architectural style.
The house can possibly be reached completely internally, by simply placing the adjustments back in place.
Privat garden of more than 7000 sqm with olive trees. The garden has several terraces.
The villa is no longer permanently inhabited and requires optical work both internally and externally.
1- Located in Santa Firmina on a hill less than 2 km from Arezzo.
2- Divided into 3 independent accommodation units,
3- Seven bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3 kitchens (1 with wood-burning oven), 3 living rooms, 2 fire places, different dining rooms.
4- Various external rooms
5- View of the city of Arezzo
6- Ceilings with original wooden beams, terracotta floor.
7- 3000 sqm fenced garden and own olive grove of 4000 sqm also fenced.
8- Privat water source for the irrigation system and the swimming pool.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
Arezzo historic center 10 minutes
Cortona 30 minutes
Siena 1 hour
Perugia 1 hour (airport)
Florence 1 hour (airport)
Pisa 1.5 hours (airport)
Rimini 1.5 hours (airport)
Not everyone knows that Arezzo is an ancient city, older than Alexandria in Egypt! To discover Arezzo you need to have a smattering of understanding about its past. Arezzo was one of the main Etruscan city-states. Later in life it became a Roman city of strategic importance, a nerve center of vibrant commerce, a place brimming with monuments such as the Ampitheater, whose remains can still be seen today. Back in those days Arezzo’s foundries were well known, as too were the city’s artistic workshops of “coralline” pots, which were painted red and whose decorative technique extended throughout the Roman world.
Arezzo can be considered one of the world capitals of gold with about 1,100 companies dedicated to this precious craft. The most expert goldsmiths of this town started creating sacred works manifactured in the 14th and 15th centuries, although this tradition have even more ancient origins. Every year you can visit the international jewelry exhibition called Oro Arezzo, featuring the best golden creations made in Italy.
Ancient traditions continue to thrive. One way to experience them is to visit on the second-to-last Saturday in June or on the first Sunday in September when Piazza Grande becomes the stage for the Giostra del Saracino, a chivalric tournament dating back to the Middle Ages.
Alternatively, check out Arezzo on the first weekend of the month when the Antiques Fair comes to town in the same central piazza. A dazzling market of ever-surprising items and objects, arm yourself with patience and curiosity – and don’t forget to practice the fine art of negotiation: bartering is second nature for the city’s market holders, so hold your corner!