A Borgo in Tuscany that can be transformed into an agriturismo or B&B, or several residential units.
Property ID: 993
€285,000

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Agriturismo – B&B accommodation

This beautifully positioned former farm can be transformed into various tourist accommodations.

It is possible to start a B&B together with an agriturismo or to realize one of the two or several residential units.

The surrounding land is mainly pasture and makes the property suitable for establishing a horse farm, growing organic products, etc.

It’s very easily accessible and is located less than 100 meters from the asphalted road.

Several families of the same heritage used to live in the farm. An elderly relative currently lives here and the rest of the buildings have been empty for many years.

The part that is currently permanently inhabited is on the first floor and in the main building. Consists of three bedrooms, a bathroom, a living room, a kitchen and several storage rooms. In this part everything is functional, but dated.

The rest of the main house on the first floor and the total ground floor is currently used as storage.

The whole needs renovation and it is up to the new owner to give the various many spaces a new destination and to determine the layouts.

 

The asking price is € 285.000 Negotiable

House code 993

Layout

Various 4 to 6 apartments can be realized in the main building. In the other outbuildings, another 6 to 8 apartments can be realized.

It is up to the new owner to reclassify the property.

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:
Caprese Michelangelo 4 km
Pieve Santo Stefano 10 km
Anghiari 15 km
Sansepolcro 17 km
Arezzo 35 km
San Marino 80 km

Lake di Montedoglio 5 km

Airports:
Perugia 90 km
Florence 120 km
Aeroporto 170 km
Rome 280 km

Additional & regional information

Anghiari is a little medieval town deep in the magnificent Tuscan countryside, a few kilometres from Arezzo in the Tuscan Valtiberina. Anghiari played a vital role in the Middle Ages due to its strategic position.

It was the Battle of Anghiari on 29 June 1440 that cemented Tuscany’s borders, with the Florentines triumphing over the Milanese, allowing Florence to assume governance over the city.

A painting of this battle, now sadly lost somewhere behind the walls of the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, allowed Leonardo da Vinci to cement his fame. Anghiari is one of the most beautiful medieval towns in Italy, and was deservedly awarded the Italian Touring Club’s prestigious Orange Flag. The town unfolds along its steep and unmistakeable ruga, a long, meandering street that runs through it for miles, making for a unique view.