This apartment is very suitable to live in, and possibly start a bed and breakfast. The rooms are very spacious and a bathroom can be created in several bedrooms.
On the third floor it is possible to create a large common room with kitchen or more living space. Thanks to the roof terrace, it is also possible to start other activities here.
The property has been renovated on the outside and insulated with 10 cm thick insulation and then plastered.
The roof has been renovated and all roof tiles have been renewed.
Inside, the apartment needs a metamorphosis, such as plasterwork, paintwork, possible double glazed windows, and the kitchen and bathroom are very dated.
All window frames and doors also need some paint.
Definitely worth to visit if you are planning to live in Tuscany, or live partly and possibly rent out up to 4 rooms with private bathrooms.
Little maintenance work, but fully enjoy your stay in Tuscany.
It is also possible to rent out all or part of it during the holiday season and thus achieve a good return. The rental value per week during the high season is between € 850 and € 1,000.
Parking is free around the building and there is a large public parking within a 2-minute walk.
Selling price € 100,000 costs to the purchaser
House code 574
The second floor measures 165.4 sqm and consists of:
A spacious hall.
Large living room with patio doors to the balcony. The view from the living room is truly phenomenal,
4 spacious bedrooms,
A large kitchen room,
The third floor consists of:
35 sqm, it is possible to create more living space with a roof terrace of 15 sqm, with panoramic views and complete privacy.
A part of 75 sqm in the building is too low to live in, but can be used for storage and technical installations.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.
Caprese Michelangelo within walking distance: restaurants, shops, post office, bank, pharmacy, etc.
Pieve Santo Stefano 10 km
Lake di MonteDoglio 8 km
Anghiari 15 km
Arezzo 40 km
San Marino 84 km
Rimini beaches 110 km
Florence 115 km
Bologna 174 km
Perugia 90 km
Caprese Michelangelo is named after Michelangelo Buonarroti, born here on March 6, 1475, when Ludovico, his father, was Chief Magistrate. The town is located on the backbone of the Apennines and stretches through the greenest area of the Tuscan Valtiberina. This territory is perfect for a relaxing countryside stroll rising to an elevation of 1400 meters above sea level on the Catenaria Alps, it’s carved by numerous waterways that converge in the Singerna torrent and join the Tiber River in Montedoglio Lake.