Original Tuscan “Leopoldina” from the late 17th century beginning 18th century in Foiano, on a hill in the middle of the Val di Chiana valley with panoramic views.
A total property is approximately 530 sqm and surrounded by a private garden of 3000 sqm.
Less than 2.5 km from Pozzo della Chiana (walking distance of 2 km).
Swimming pool: according to the owner it is possible to realize a swimming pool. In case of further interest, one must first have the possibility checked by a geometra.
Residential area, on the first floor: Inside, the house needs a metamorphosis, to the taste of the new owner. The window frames are outdated and need to be renovated or replaced.
The bathrooms and kitchen are functional but also dated an need to be replaced.
The garden needs a lot of attention and needs to be designed.
The roof was renovated about 15 years ago.
The ground floor: on the inside the spaces have been partially renovated, such as most floors, walls, etc. But the whole still needs to be finished to your own liking and desired layout.
The garden and fence:
The garden is partly enclosed. The surrounding bushes need cutting and trimming to make the house stand out more, and to optimally enjoy the panoramic view.
The price is € 365.000
On the ground floor of approximately 300 sqm:
There are 6 large spaces that can be used for different purposes, such as creating more living space (bedrooms with bathrooms), spaces for workshops, meditation, coaching, etc.
There are 5 more smaller spaces for possible storage of the garden and future pool attributes. the former pizza oven, and big covert terras/ carport.
On the first floor of approximately 210 sqm:
Is a spacious living room with the original fireplace, kitchen, 3 spacious bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
The tower room is on the second floor and is used as the 4th bedroom.
An outbuilding of approximately 42 sqm divided to two floors.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
Pozzo della Chiana: 2.5 km
Foiano della Chiana: 5 km
A1 motorway: 8 km
Monte San Savino: 10 km
Arezzo: 32 km
Siena: 60 km
Cortona: 20 km
Montepulciano: 25 km
Perugia airport: 70 km
Florence airport: 97 km
Pisa airport: 165 km
Rome airport: 225 km
Foiano della Chiana: https://comune.foiano.ar.it/
Is a municipality in the Italian province of Arezzo (Tuscany region) and borders the following municipalities: Castiglion Fiorentino, Cortona, Lucignano, Marciano della Chiana and Sinalunga.
The area is approximately 300 m above sea level.
It is a piece of land made of hills and the decisive flavours of its typical dishes. With the reddish colours of its terracotta buildings, the town is a small gem with ancient origins, drenched in Etruscan and Roman history. Foiano was even illustrated by Giorgio Vasari when he depicted the Battle of Scannagallo, fought in 1554 between the French-Sienese troops and the Spanish-Medicean army, in a fresco inside the Hall of the 500 at Palazzo Vecchio in Florence.
Various important figures are tied to Foiano della Chiana, especially skilled artists who fortunately left important work of art in this area. Visitors to the towns churches will be struck by these buildings, some of which are simple on the outside, but conceal great surprises inside. It is in the Church of Sant’Eufemia that you can find the incredible Virgin Marys made by the Della Robbia family, who also made works for the churches of San Domenico and San Francesco. Painting are also adequately represented here: just head to the Collegiate Church of San Martino, where you can see the impressive depiction of the Coronation of the Virgin by Luca Signorelli and a painting by Pomarancio.
There is something even more special though that makes Foiano della Chiana popular amongst adults and kids alike: the massive double Carnevale. The four “work sites” challenge each other in art and creativity, creating colourful carts that are then paraded through the town. The finale is a spectacle to behold, a moment when a puppet of the event’s protagonist, King Giocondo, is set alight with firecrackers and flames. To keep the good times going, there is also a second Carnevale in the summer, when the carts are welcomed for the last time before they’re destroyed, ready for the next year’s event to get started from scratch.