Unique Tuscan opportunity - affordable price - 2 bedroom - Low hassle purchasing process.
Property ID: 845

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Small Tuscan house

An affordable and unique opportunity to buy a house in Tuscany.


Very solid construction and the roof has already been renovated.


Inside, the kitchen and bathroom are dated and the rooms need some freshening up, such as painting and cleaning.


The house has not been inhabited for 5 years and has traces of moisture in various places. Including in the bedroom on the ground floor.


Furthermore, the walls outside and inside, and the roof are in very good condition.


The house is located in a very beautiful and quiet Tuscan village. The old Italian atmosphere is clearly present and tangible here. Very social village and you will quickly get used to the friendliness and hospitality.


Less than 6 km down the mountain is the city Talla located for groceries, cafes, restaurants, etc.


The property is approximately 50 sqm in size and layed out as followed:
Living room with kitchen and fireplace,
Two bedrooms,
A bathroom,
A storage cupboard.

Wine room / storage of about 15 sqm, this can possibly be linked to the house for more living space.

At a distance of 10 meters, a other storage room of approximately 8 sqm.

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

Distances & airports

Talla 5.5 km
Capolona 17 km
Arezzo 28 km

Florence Amerigo Vespucci Airport 92 km

Additional & regional information

Talla is a town and municipality in the province of Arezzo, Tuscany in Italy.

Talla’s vast territory stretches through forests of the innermost zone of Pratomagno. The area’s oldest and perhaps most charming town (with medieval origins) is known as “la Castellaccia,” marked by a picturesque church and a series of small homes tightly set against one another.

The etymology of Talla, however, dates much farther back: Tallulah, a noble Etruscan name, perhaps derived from the deity to whom this specific area was dedicated. The presence of the Etruscans is also noted in the valley entranceway leading to the village: you’ll see a large votive altar, which was found directly behind the apse of the Parish Church of Socana.