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Properties for sale in Montalcino, Siena, Tuscany

2,800,000 €
  • Land area
    540 m²
  • Bedrooms
    9
  • Bathrooms
    6
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Not far from the renowned center of Montalcino, this 43.2 hectare estate is perfect for those looking for a farm with a farmhouse.

Built between the Middle Ages and the eighteenth century and carefully restored to preserve intact the salient features, the buildings offer 540 square meters of total surface.

The land is mostly used for the production of cereals, but there is also an olive grove (1.3 ha).

The main house of 400 square meters. structured on two floors, it houses four apartments: Main Apartment: dining room with original 18th century fireplace, two double bedrooms, bathroom with tub and master bedroom.

Apartment N ° 1: kitchen, living room, bathroom with shower and double bedroom;

Apartment N ° 2: kitchen with dining room, sitting room, bathroom with shower, closet and two double bedrooms;

Apartment N ° 3: dining room with kitchen, bathroom with shower and double bedroom.

The annex (140 sqm) houses a relaxation room with a splendid panoramic terrace, the reception, a bathroom and a laundry room. Finally, another apartment with dining room and living room, equipped kitchen, two double bedrooms and bathroom with shower.

The property is mentioned for the first time in a 13th-century document which mentions a farm located in the exact location of today's farmhouse. During the restoration work it was discovered that in the Renaissance period where the annex is now located there must have been a laboratory for the production of bricks. By carrying out the excavations for the basement garage, many original bricks of the time came to light which, once cleaned, were used in the construction of the external flooring of the property.

The buildings appear today as typical rustic farmhouses of the Tuscan countryside, with bearing walls in stone and masonry and all the typical features still clearly visible, including wooden beams, terracotta floors, natural wood frames and even a particular sundial mounted on the south wall of the annex.

The estate consists of 43.2 hectares of land, mainly used for the cultivation of cereals (41.7 ha) used for various typical crops of the area. The remaining surface is divided between olive groves (1.3 ha) and high-trunk bush (0.2 ha).

Easily accessible via the municipal road network, the farmhouse is located not far from a center that offers all services (4km; 5') and allows you to move easily throughout Tuscany thanks to its central location in the region: Pienza (14km; 20'), Montalcino with its renowned Brunello (22km; 25'), the medieval villages of Montepulciano (29km; 30') and Castiglione del Lago (51km; 45'), the city of the Palio Siena (62km; 1h), the Maremma sea, Grosseto (78km; 1h 15'), San Gimignano (108km; 1h 30') and the inimitable Florence (119km; 1h 30').

The most convenient airports to reach the property are Grosseto Baccarini (83km; 1h 20'), Perugia Sant'Egidio (90km; 1h 10'), Firenze Peretola (136km; 1h 30'), Pisa Galilei (196km; 2h 10'), Rome Ciampino (219km; 2h 20') and Rome Fiumicino (233km; 2h 20').

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