Suitable for a bed and breakfast. Phenomenal views, near the city of Sinalunga, ready to move into and start the rental activities.
Property ID: 775
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B&B in Sinalunga Tuscany


Living area 370 sqm

Garden around the agriturismo 2,312 sqm

Own land of 15 acre (6.02 hectares):
Olive trees around 450 trees on a piece of land of 5 acre
Meadows and grassland around 6 acre
Forest land of 4 acre

Swimming pool with terrace and panoramic view.

Different parking options.

PRICE € 650,000


The main building is 250 sqm in size and consists of the following:

On the ground floor:
Is now a large apartment with 2 spacious bedrooms, living room, kitchen and three bathrooms. Practically it can be divided into 3 studio rooms with private bathrooms and a private entrance.

First floor:
Is now a large apartment with a large living room, two spacious bedrooms, kitchen, storage room and two bathrooms. Practically it can be divided into two apartments with their own entrance.

A detached building of 120 sqm in size and spread over two floors:
Semi-ground floor is officially a storage room, but is used as an apartment for the owner and that is possible, with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room and kitchen.

An mini apartment on the first floor, with its own entrance and spacious terrace, living room with kitchen, bathroom and a bedroom.


General ameneties

Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.

Distances & airports

Sinalunga 4 km
Highway 5 km
Lucignano 9 km
Montepulciano 18 km
Siena 45 km
Arezzo 35 km
Florence (international airport) 104 km

Additional & regional information

Sinalunga is nestled on the hills that separate the Val di Chiana and the Ombrone Valley.
The territory around Sinalunga is also where the Chianina beef comes from, perfect for meat lovers, who might enjoy cold cuts of delicious Cinta Senese. Thanks to the historic farms in this area, flavours that were slowly disappearing have been saved, like the Valdichiana aglione, without which we wouldn’t have the typical pici all’aglione.