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Estate for sale in Tuscany with vinyards and olive grove

3,500,000 €
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    2,250 m²
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Prestigious property complex for sale in the province of Siena on a panoramic hill (altitude 430 meters above sea level) from which you overlook the Val di Chiana with views that go all the way to the Amiata mountain.

The complex is located at the center of a vast agricultural estate with a total surface of about 63 hectares consisting of about 13 hectares of olive grove, about 10 hectares of vineyards and about 40 hectares of woods, pastures and arable land. The complex of buildings consists of the main villa and five other buildings, adjoining and adjacent, used as dwellings, a private chapel and accessories of the total gross area of approx. 2,250 m²

The villa consists of a building of 880 m² on five floors above ground and composed on the ground floor of nine rooms used as a cellars, boiler room, lobbies and closets, on the first floor of nine rooms, kitchen, hallway, closet and three bathrooms, on the second floor of ten rooms, hallway, closet and three bathrooms, on the third floor of eight attic rooms and hallway and on the fourth floor (roof) of three attic rooms.

The building adjoining the villa of 640 m² consists of two residential units for residential use and two units used as warehouses and depots for agricultural activities.

The residential building behind the villa of 390 m² consists of three residential units, here there is also a beautiful swimming pool with changing room and relative technical room facilities. The small church consists of a main room used as a chapel. Adjacent to the church there are two rooms used as a garage.

The vast agricultural estate (all owned) of the total area of about 63 hectares consists of about 12 hectares of olive grove, 10 hectares of vineyard and 40 hectares of woods, pastures and arable land. The vineyard has the precious Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Trebbiano and Malvasia varieties and is registered with the Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG; the grapes have recently been given to the Montepulciano winery. The olive grove consisting mainly of the Leccino, Moraiolo and Frantoio varieties for exposure and optimal height produces an oil of excellent quality. The wood is made up of the typical Tuscan essences and in particular from the different varieties of oaks.

The location in the territory of Tuscany is certainly very interesting, given the presence of convenient and easy road connections (Casello of the A1 is located at about 10 km, and Superstrada dei Due Mari at about 5 km.) That allow you to easily reach tourist important destinations (Siena is located about 50 km., Arezzo about 35 km and Florence about 100 km), as well as the proximity of the Umbrian territory (Perugia is about 65 km, Orvieto 70 km), Rome is reachable in less than 2 hours.

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