The house is situated in the midst of nature among centuries-old chestnut trees.
No roads, no activity of factories, no air and light pollution. Very suitable as a second home / holiday home or as an investment.
Heating system is being operated on diesel. Whether it still functions is not known.
Water is currently from a common water source. The water supply from the municipality is laid up to the garden gate. From there it is possible to further connect to the public water.
The furniture is not included in the sale.
The garden is completely fenced and approximately 2,500 sqm big.
This property is eligible for the Superbonus 110%
This is essentially a grant towards improving your properties’ energy efficiency and seismic proofing with a budget of up to € 250,000.00, which is expected to run until December 2022. It is commonly referred to as a Tax Rebate, Green Incentive, Superbonus, Grant or Subsidy.
This Superbonus 110% includes but is not limited to:
Ecobonus- Improving your energy efficiency by at least 2 classes with: Thermal insulation, replacing heating systems, installing micro-generation plants, installing photovoltaic boilers and panels (Solar) double glazed windows, general renovation, roof renovation and insulation, EV charging infrastructure, and more.
Sismabonus- This is for improving the seismic risk on the building by at least one class.
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The property is 180 sqm in size and consists of:
On the ground floor:
Storage room with garage doors.
Spacious living room with fireplace and a dining area, kitchen, a bathroom and a service room.
On the first floor:
4 spacious bedrooms, two with access to the balcony and a bathroom.
The attic is accessible via a hatch in the hall and is used for storage.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
Caprese Michelangelo 6 km
Pieve Santo Stefano 15 km
Lake di MonteDoglio 12 km
Anghiari 20 km
Arezzo 44 km
San Marino 84 km
Florence 115 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.