Tuscan Leopoldina, Between Arezzo and Cortona in the picturesque area surrounded by grain and olive fields. Very well renovated Tuscan villa in its original style with high quality building material.
Property ID: 930

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Tuscan Villa Cortona-Arezzo

Very well renovated Tuscan villa in its original style with high quality building material.

Classic Leopoldina of the mid-18th century in the immediate suburbs of the city, about 14 km from Arezzo and 13 km from Cortona in the picturesque area of the Valdichiana.

It is a typical villa from the reclamation era in Valdichiana, with a volume of 555 sqm.

The property is fitted with a 15 KW photovoltaic system to supply electricity to the property.

Private garden of approximately 10.000 sqm with olive grove and fruit trees.

It is suitable for use as a luxury villa and/or rental of apartments or starting your own B&B.

Asking price 650,000 costs to purchaser.

Housecode 930


Completely renovated first floor with an impressive living room, with an original fireplace and the old mantelpiece,

A spacious kitchen, 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms,

The ground floor has yet to be classified and finished according to the wishes and taste of the new owner. Here one can create a completely new villa-apartment of 250 sqm or three residential units for rent.

Two outbuildings of about 200 sqm in size, here one can create more residential units.


General ameneties

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

Distances & airports

Montagnano 4 km with the first facilities
Rigutino 6 km
Castiglion Fiorentino 8 km
Cortona 13 km
Arezzo 14 km

Florence airport Amerigo Vespucci 102 km
Pisa airport Galileo Galilei 169 km

Additional & regional information

Val Di Chiana, Etruscans & Wine:

The Val di Chiana proposes a fertile landscape populated with charming Medieval towns, Etruscan tombs, famous vineyards and thermal waters, as well as outlet shopping, easy trails for biking and hiking and a side of Tuscany you have probably never seen before.

The small towns that crest the soft rolling hills have a long and illustrious history, like that of Cortona, long considered the cultural and artistic center of the Val di Chiana with its MAEC museum for Etruscan findings and it’s many events during the year. The Maggiolata Parade in Lucignano and Foiano della Chiana Carnival boast historical reenactments that are well known throughout all of Italy. The ever growing number of vineyards, DOC wines and savoury flavors, is proof that this area has much to offer at the table.

The hills of Arezzo that make up the eastern half of the valley, and they recommend an itinerary following the trail of the Sentiero della Bonifica from Arezzo down to the Lake of Montepulciano and its wildlife reserve. By car, bike, train or bus this area is easy to navigate and is dotted with many intriguing little towns like Civitella della Chiana, Monte San Savino with its delicious Porchetta Sagra and the hidden town of Gargona.

On the western banks of the canal Chiana, least known lakes in Tuscany, Lake of Chiusi, you will find a land best known for its thermal waters at Chianciano, Vino Nobile and extra virgin olive oil Montepulciano and Trequanda. The Val di Chiana Senese is characterized by the abundant, yet softly sloping hills, the beginning of the Creti Senese and Mount Amiata in the distance. You can wander the hillside and visit towns like Sarteano, Cetona and Chiusi all of which boast amazing museums about early life in Tuscany.