In the heart of the “Gold City” Arezzo in the Tuscany region is this typical Italian villa from 1800 located.
The villa is still inhabited by the owner. Most of the rooms are maintained, but no longer occupied.
The whole villa is divided into 4 spacious units of an average of 250 sqm with private entrance, living room, kitchen, several bedrooms and bathrooms.
There are also rooms which are currently empty or used for own storage.
There is a large space on the ground floor, which can be used for workshops or groups. The two large former car garages have the destination commercial spaces. One of them was used as a store by the owner, the other one for storage or as car repair. There are two private parking spaces in front of the gates. Around the villa one can park the car freely (It must first be applied for at the municipality). There is a roof terrace between the two towers. We did not publish photos ,at the request of the owner for her own privacy.
Opportunities for investors:
This is ideal for people who want to invest and get a high return on their investment. Given the location of the villa it is ideal to start a Bed and Breakfast, a mini hotel or as a private villa.
This investment is always profitable. In the center of Arezzo it is becoming very scarce to find a large property with so many possibilities. The city is visited all year round by international tourists, business people (gold), students, antique enthusiasts and many Italians.
This is due to the following activities in the city of Arezzo:
The history of the city is widely known and very interesting for the art and history enthusiast.
Arezzo is annually visited by many tourists from North and West Europe and the USA. The central location in Tuscany and in Italy is very important for many travelers. The highway is a few minutes away from Arezzo and from here it is possible to reach all known destinations of Tuscany within 1.5 hours or to take distant destinations such as Rome and Milan. From the central station one can take the (fast) train to all major cities. To Rome it is even possible to reach the express train within 1.20 hours.
The antique market every first weekend of the month. Buyers and sellers from all over the world come for the famous antique market
The gold exchange is held every year in Arezzo. All gold lovers, buyers, jewelers, gold dealers from all over the world come to Arezzo during the fair.
The annual horse market attracts many people from the surrounding countries and many Italian enthusiasts.
Arezzo center is often visited by people who are looking for a B & B to stay and they prefer to stay as close to the center as possible for all the delicious Tuscan wines and specialties. Close to the cafes, restaurants, theater, ice cream parlors and terraces to enjoy a good Chianti wine.
5 minutes walk from the medieval “Piazza Grande” (center). The highway is 10 minutes, 19 km from Castiglion Fiorentino, 30 km from Cortona, 54 km from Montepulciano, 60 km from Siena, 78 km from Florence, 78 km from Perugia, 100 km from Assisi.
Airport: Florence 90 km, Pisa 158 km, Perugia 90 km, Rome 245 km
Asking price € 1,200,000.00 costs buyer
HOUSE CODE: 552
Gold, antiques and much more.
Arezzo is one of the wealthiest cities in Tuscany, due to its tradition in gold-smithery. Located in southeastern Tuscany, it sits atop a hill at the crossroads of four valleys: the Val Tiberina, Casentino, Valdarno and Valdichiana.
Its ancient origins are verified by the stone tools and the so-called Man of the Elm discovered here and found to date back to the Paleolithic era. The Etruscan Aritim was founded around the 9th century B.C., and quickly became one of the most important cities in Tuscany, playing an important role over the centuries due to its strategic position along the Roman Via Cassia.
Arezzo still has plenty of monuments, churches and museums remaining that offer visitors a chance to step back into history. The Church of San Francesco is probably the most famous in Arezzo, with the incredible Early Renaissance fresco cycle by Piero della Francesca depicting the Legend of the True Cross. You then head uphill to Piazza Grande, then on to the Medicean Fortress, visit the Cathedral dedicated to San Donato, then back down to the Roman Amphitheater and the Church of San Domenico with the wooden Crucifix by Cimabue.
Around Arezzo you’ll find many locals, as well as the many treasures in the towns and castles that played an important role in the history of Tuscany. Visit Cortona, Anghiari, Monterchi and Sansepolcro (if you love Piero della Francesca) and the beautiful castle of Poppi – these are just some of the most beautiful towns in the province of Arezzo that wait to be discovered on your Tuscan trip.
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Via di Seteria, 22, 52100 Arezzo AR, Italy