Four residential units to quickly start your own B&B in the Tuscan landscape.
Property ID: 964
€395,000

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Bed and Breakfast Tuscany

Four residential units to quickly start your own B&B in the Tuscan landscape.

This property is located in the municipality of Caprese Michelangelo, which is suitable to inhabit and start a B&B.

The property is located in old village and within walking distance of the village’s restaurant.
Less than two miles from Caprese Michelangelo for basic amenities and several very good restaurants and bars.

The property consists of three residential units in the main house and a detached bungalow and a large barn.

The surrounding land is more than 1 hectares large and consists of various meadows. The land is very suitable for keeping horses and realizing an organic farm.

The main house has been recently renovated on the outside and the roof.

The bungalow was realized 10 years ago.

The barn is suitable for multiple activities or use for horse boxes and storage.

Next to the barn at the rear and to the right is a spacious covered terrace of approximately 50 sqm.

 

The asking price is €395,000
House code 964

Layout

The layout of the main building:

The main building consists of three residential units:

*) Residential unit 1:
Completely independent and has its own entrance and terrace.
On the ground floor is a spacious living room with a terrace at the front, a kitchen, a laundry room where it is also possible to realize a bathroom.
On the first floor there are two spacious bedrooms with a bathroom.
This unit can be immediately occupied or rented out.

*) Residential unit 2:
Completely independent with its own entrance and roof terrace.
On the ground floor is a living room, a kitchen and a storage room, here a bathroom can be realized.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms, a bathroom and a covered terrace.
The ground floor needs extra attention to make it habitable. The first floor is in good condition and can be occupied or rented out immediately.

*) Residential unit 3:
Is realized on the second floor and is completely independent of the other two units.
Currently it is permanently occupied by the daughter of the owners and consists of.
A spacious living room with its own small covered terrace, a kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a storage room.
This unit can be immediately occupied or rented out.

The second building consists of a bungalow and is detached with the following layout:
A living room, a kitchen and a bathroom. There are covered terraces at the front as well as at the rear. The living room can easily be separated into two and with this it is very easy to realize a bedroom, which was the original plan.

The third building consists of a large barn and large covered terraces:
The hall is spacious and can be used for various activities. The covered terrace at the rear and right side are ideal for creating terraces.

The surrounding land is approximately 1 hectare (2.2 acres – 10 dunam) and consists of several pastures. Very suitable for keeping horses.

Floorplan(s)

General ameneties

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

Distances & airports

For the larger supermarkets and shops:
Pieve Santo Stefano 10 km
Anghiari 16 km
Sansepolcro 20 km
Arezzo 40 km
San Marino 80 km

Lake di Montedoglio 8 km

Airports:
Perugia 92 km
Florence 126 km
Aeroporto 172 km
Rome 285 km

Additional & regional information

Caprese Michelangelo is a charming village in the province of Arezzo named after the famous Master sculptor of the Renaissance, Michelangelo Buonarotti. Situated in Val Tiberina, Caprese Michelangelo thrives from its main industry of growing fruit, vegetables and flowers. The colour and fresh smells that surround this enchanting place are truly a feast for the senses!

This quiet little part of Tuscany, situated about 100 kilometres east of Florence is home to beautiful old churches, delicious restaurants and a fine museum and library built in honour of its most famous son, Michelangelo.

There are some spectacular old buildings here dating back to the Etruscan and Roman times that bear a wonderful testament to the talents of these ancient civilisations. Walk around the ruins of the once majestic castle that stood guard over Caprese or embark on some scenic walking and cycling trails that meander through the area.

A mouth-watering chestnut festival takes place in Caprese Michelangelo in early October where visitors can taste these delicious roasted nuts during the street fair or savour the rich flavour of chestnut bread among other tasty local dishes.

There are some fantastic restaurants that have earned themselves excellent reviews from tourism for their welcoming atmosphere and delicious dishes.