This townhouse is located on the edge of the village walls in Sinalunga, a mere 5 minute walk from the center plaza filled wath restaurants and atmospheric bars.
The town of Sinalunga is known for its rich history and stunning views over the valley of Val Di Chiana. The village has lots to offer, from the Biancalana Food Festival (June) and the Festival of Grapes and Wines (September) to the local food products such as Chianina Beef and Valdichiana Pici All’Aglione.
The townhouse has a main entrance leading to main hall and staircase, garage and ground floor storage rooms. The building is divided over three levels, of which two are large apartments with particular Tuscan views.
There is also a tiny inner courtyard which could be used to place 2 seats and a tiny table, it could become very romantic with mood lightning and a glass of local Vino.
The building has been renovated in the past, however it is dated and needs updating. Currently no amenities such as the kitchen and laundry are available, only 2 toilets and 1 bathroom, essentially a clean slate to customise the home to your personal wishes. The front façade is in need of painting to regain it’s former stature.
Each apartment is equipped with 3 big rooms, a hallway and a small storage. Both are connected to a single staircase.
These rooms are yet to be decorated and layed out, again a clean slate for the new owner. The ground floor grants you access to a 1 car garage, 2 storage rooms and a single basement room housing the dated central heating system.
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The Cellar: is around 20 sqm.
Ground floor: Garage and Storage room in total around 60 sqm.
First Floor: Living room, bathroom, 2 bedrooms, total around 70 sqm.
Second floor: 3 bedrooms total around 60 sqm.
The attic is around 25 sqm, it is probably possible here to realize a roof terrace with phenomenal views.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
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.