This property is eligible for the renovation SUBSIDY/ GRANT of € 250,000.00
Property ID: 856
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Tuscan – big family house – B&B

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 2021. It is commonly referred to as a tax Rebate, Green Incentive, Superbonus, Grant or Subsidy.

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This large family house with a phenomenal view at an altitude of more than 700 meters is located in a dominant position, on the outskirts of the municipality of Poppi.

The property is very easy to reach via an asphalted road and less than 5 minutes by car from all facilities.

The building is around 820 sqm in size and can easily be divided into more than 4 independent living units averaging 100 sqm per unit.

It is the ideal place to live and start your own Bed and Breakfast.

It is possible to realize a swimming pool in a very unique position with panoramic views.

The garden: Surrounding the property is enough privacy garden of approximately 5000 sqm to create a Tuscan garden with panoramic views.

Land surrounding the property is approximately 7 acres (3.3 hectares) and consists mainly of shrubs and groves.

Accessibility: very easy – asphalted road.

Buildings: There is only the main house of about 820 sqm.


Semi ground floor is around 320 sqm:
1- An apartment of about 70 sqm with its own entrance comprising: the hall with access to the ground floor, a living room with access to the terrace, kitchen, toilet, spacious bedroom. A bathroom of approximately 6 sqm can be realized in the bedroom. And there is enough space to create a second bedroom with own bathroom.
2- A large space of approximately 200 sqm, currently used for storage.
3- The third space of approximately 50 sqm is currently used for storage.

Ground floor is around 320 sqm:
Consists of two independent residential apartments and are interconnected so that the whole floor can also be used as a large living unit.
1- Residential unit one with its own access, is approximately 150 sqm in size and consists of:
A spacious hall, with access to the second residential unit and access to the semi-ground floor.
The living room with access to the covered spacious terrace,
The kitchen diner with the original fireplace and access to the covered terrace,
Three spacious bedrooms
A bathroom – there is room to possibly create a second bathroom.

2- Residential unit two With its own access, is approximately 170 sqm in size and consists of:
Spacious hall, with access to residential unit 1, access to the apartment hall on the semi-ground floor and access to the first floor.
The living room with a balcony, the kitchen, 3 spacious bedrooms, one with private bathroom and
a second bathroom.

The first floor, with its own access, is approximately 320 sqm, of which about 160 sqm can be used as living space and consists of:
The hall with access to the ground floor,
Three large rooms where more living space can be realized and enough space for storage.

General information:
Heating: All residential unit 1 has a heating system. The rest of the building has no heating system and must be realized.
Roof: Good – moderate
Kitchens: functional – dated.
Bathrooms: functional – dated.


General ameneties

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

Distances & airports

Moggiona 3 km with various small facilities
Poppi 9 km, with all facilities
Bibbiena 10 km with all facilities
Pratovecchio 17 km
Arezzo 45 km

Florence Airport 82 km
Pisa Airport 149 km

Additional & regional information

Monastery and Hermitage in Camaldoli
Immersed in the peaceful Casentino forest, with masterpieces by Giorgio Vasari.
The Monastery in Camaldoli is a monastic complex located within the municipality of Poppi, in the heart of the Park of the Foreste Casentinesi.
The place was also known by the name Fontebuona because of the high quality of its waters, immortalized by the fountain that Ambrogio Traversari had built in front of the structure’s entrance.
The building complex includes the medieval Hospice, or Foresteria, the church, and the monastery, built beginning in 1046, when monks founded a small hospital near the temple. Work on the sombre monastery building that we see today instead began in the 16th century and was finished in 1611.

Among the artworks housed in the monastery, seven panel paintings made by Giorgio Vasari for the previous 15th-century building stand out. The altarpiece depicts the Deposition from the Cross and is situated on the altar. Under the grating in front of the monastic choir, there are two other small panel paintings depicting Saints Donatus and Ilariano. Two more altarpieces by Vasari are located in the chapels near the presbytery. One shows the birth of Christ and the other, the Virgin Enthroned with Saints John the Baptist and Jerome. In the background of this latter work, the landscape includes the Camaldoli monastery and hermitage as they would have appeared in the 1500s.