A private villa with a guest house, a bed and breakfast or an agriturismo is possible here.
Property ID: 901

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Villa – Agriturismo – B&B

At the top of a Tuscan hill with a phenomenal view


A fantastic renovated former villa farm with panoramic views and lots of privacy.

The villa consists of several stunning stone buildings, standing on the ruins of an ancient Longboard watch tower, it overlooks the river Arno valley from its hilltop position, thus offering a charming view.

The villa is divided into three premises (Main House – Pool House – Dependence), sharing a spacious and shadowy garden with an all-round fence, a large swimming pool (7 x 14 mtr) and indoor jacuzzi.


At present, the villa is used as a farmhouse holiday rental (agriturismo).


Ideally the purchaser could continue the business, which provides a nice income.


The property is especially suitable for a large family that likes being together, with the extra bonus of enjoying a certain degree of privacy indoors thanks to the three detached buildings.


The villa is not fully detached.


Also, 56.000 square meters of cultivated land (olive trees, woodland, and arable land) that surround the property are included in the offer.


The estate is certified to produce biological products (mainly olive oil). In total there are 600 olive trees (3.5 hectares).


All houses have mains water, electricity, and a GPL gas heating system.

The property is linked to the municipal water system and has a private well to water the garden, which is equipped with an automatic irrigation system and an automatic lighting system.


Kitchens and main items of furniture are included in the offer.



Wooden beamed ceilings with terracotta tiles and terracotta floors.

Windows with wooden frames and double glazing.

Some bedroom floors are covered in wood produced from local olive trees.


The asking price € 995,000 Costs to purchaser



Main house:
About 340 sqm. set out on two floors with 7 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 fully equipped kitchens and various living rooms (some with fireplace), a covered terrace (porch), an uncovered terrace and the jacuzzi veranda. There is also a working traditional wood oven. The heating system is served by two boilers and indoor thermostats that allow for independent switch-on and control of the rooms temperature.

Guest house:
About 90 sqm with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a living room with kitchenette. Adjoined to the Pool House stands a small unit with bathroom and a hidden kitchenette currently used as reception for guests of the holiday rental business. The heating system has its own boiler and thermostats.

About 50 sqm with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and a large living room with kitchen and fireplace. The heating system has its own boiler and thermostats.

Several warehouses of about 60-70 sqm


General ameneties

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

Distances & airports

Subbiano with all facilities 3 km
Arezzo 15 km
Bibbiena 17 km
Poppi 27 km

International airport Florence Amerigo Vespucci 105 km
International airport Pisa Galileo Galilei 172

Additional & regional information


Not everyone knows that Arezzo is an ancient city, older than Alexandria in Egypt! To discover Arezzo you need to have a smattering of understanding about its past. Arezzo was one of the main Etruscan city-states. Later in life it became a Roman city of strategic importance, a nerve center of vibrant commerce, a place brimming with monuments such as the Ampitheater, whose remains can still be seen today. Back in those days Arezzo’s foundries were well known, as too were the city’s artistic workshops of “coralline” pots, which were painted red and whose decorative technique extended throughout the Roman world.

Arezzo can be considered one of the world capitals of gold with about 1,100 companies dedicated to this precious craft. The most expert goldsmiths of this town started creating sacred works manifactured in the 14th and 15th centuries, although this tradition have even more ancient origins. Every year you can visit the international jewelry exhibition called Oro Arezzo, featuring the best golden creations made in Italy.

Ancient traditions continue to thrive. One way to experience them is to visit on the second-to-last Saturday in June or on the first Sunday in September when Piazza Grande becomes the stage for the Giostra del Saracino, a chivalric tournament dating back to the Middle Ages.

Alternatively, check out Arezzo on the first weekend of the month when the Antiques Fair comes to town in the same central piazza. A dazzling market of ever-surprising items and objects, arm yourself with patience and curiosity – and don’t forget to practice the fine art of negotiation: bartering is second nature for the city’s market holders, so hold your corner!