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Property for sale in Civitella Paganico, Grosseto, Italy

695,000 €
  • Total area
    300 m²
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Tuscany, Grosseto. Civitella Paganico. Ancient mill recently restored to the very highest standards, this property still retains many of the original Tuscan features including terracotta floors and ceilings, large exposed wooden beams, open fireplaces and mill stones.

The total main house living area of the property is c. 300 m² and has been restored to retain light, air and space with large open plan rooms. The lower level has a huge room (12 x 6m) which has been sympathetically partitioned into two large double bedrooms (6 x 6m).

There is a designer bathroom, a large master double bedroom (6 x 6m), a large hallway and a store room. The upper level layout largely mirrors the lower level with a huge kitchen/dining room (12 x 6m), a large living room (6 x 6m), a designer shower room and a large hallway. Planning consent has been granted for a 36 m² extension to the upper level which will add another double bedroom and a 14 m² open-plan room; perfect for an office space or children’s area.

The upper level hallway leads out onto two large terraces from which there is a good view of the new 10 x 5m swimming pool, the gardens and across the valley. Under the terraces is a large technical room and storage area.

The 1.5 hectares of land have recently been professionally landscaped and the entire property is now securely fenced around the perimeter. An automated irrigation system uses free well water. On a separate lawn is a secluded 6 x 6m wooden studio/office which has electricity, heating, air conditioning and a telephone connection. This unit has full planning consent and so does a new 3 berth car-port. Un piccolo edificio has recently been converted into a self-contained, of 57 m² apartment. This can be finished to any buyers personal specification with 2 bedrooms, a shower-room and kitchen/living room to offer private guest accommodation, a rental income opportunity or simply more living space.

Alternatively the apartment can be left open plan and used as an impressive studio, office or children’s play room.

The house is a quiet, secluded and private property 2km from the medieval Tuscan village of Civitella Marittima. The ski slopes of Monte Amiata and the Mediterranean sand beaches are both a 30 minutes drive. The famous cities of Siena, Monteriggioni and San Gimignano are approximately a 40 minute drive with Florence and Arezzo approx 1 hour away. Pisa and Rome Fuimicino Airports are 1 hour 30 minutes.

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