A 16th century Tuscan house in a Borgo in Palazzo del Pero. The property can be divided into two residential units.
Property ID: 941
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Riverside Tuscan Home

Riverside family home in Tuscany

The house is currently partly renovated, but not yet finished. Included in the sale is to deliver the house completely finished. So, everything is then new and completely renovated.

The Borgo is a few kilometres from the village and located on a river.

The total habitable part is 215 sqm and spread over three floors.

The internal layout is not yet final, and the new owner can do this according to his own wishes and taste.

In total, 3-4 bedrooms and 2-3 bathrooms can be created. Of course, also the living room, kitchen and other rooms. See the floorplans below.

It has a large front garden, another courtyard garden at the back with a pizza oven and a small storage room.

Accompanied by an adjacent land of about 1200 sqm.

The cottage is located near a stream, so in a beautiful and suggestive position.

The sale price is € 220,000 costs to purchaser.


The current layout of the property:

The property can be divided into two residential units.

On the ground floor there is living room, dining room, kitchen with fireplace, bathroom (if desired, the ground floor can be used as a three-room apartment separate),

On the first floor there is living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen, bathroom,

And two bedrooms on the second floor.

In the front garden is an outbuilding for a garage or storage and is approximately 25 sqm.


General ameneties

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

Distances & airports

Palazzo del pero 3 km, With all facilities
Piazza Grande Arezzo 11 km
Castiglion Fiorantino 20 km
Cortona 31 km
Trasimeno Lake 40 km
Chianciano Terme is 43.5 km.
Perugia 45.1 km
Gubbio is 46.7 km away.

Airports from Palazzo del Pero:
Florence 95 km
Pisa 178 km
Perugia 45 km
Rome 232 km

Additional & regional information

Arezzo, located in southeastern Tuscany, clearly visible on a hilltop at the crossroads of four valleys: the Val Tiberina, Casentino, Valdarno, and Valdichiana. An important player in the history of Tuscany you will find that the area houses many artifacts, in fact, its ancient origins are verified by the stone tools and the so-called Man of the Elm who was discovered here, dating back to the Paleolithic era.

The original foundation of the city was Etruscan, Aritim, and dates from around the 9th century B.C. It quickly became one of the most pivotal centers in Tuscany, playing an important role over the centuries due to its strategic position along the Roman Via Cassia.