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Property to be restored for sale in Siena

500,000 €
  • Total area
    610 m²
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Tuscan farm located near Asciano, in the beautiful scenery of the Crete Senesi, south-east of the city of Siena. The landscape of the Crete is characterized by barren and gently rolling hills, solitary oaks and cypresses, isolated farms on top of the hills. The property stands on top of a hill, in an orographic position with a 360 degree panorama that allows you to wander over half of Tuscany, from Siena to Amiata, from the metalliferous hills to the first offshoots of the central Apennines. The house to restore is easy to access and can be reached along a stretch of about 1 km of local white road. The farm unit was formerly formed by two buildings: the main building, that is the real estate intended for the dwelling of the fund conductor, and a barn, built in a slightly detached position. The consistency, estimated and reconstructed through the documents in the public registers, is equal to about 610 square meters, of which 450 square meters are attributable to the main unit and about 60 square meters were the barn. The building is made of load-bearing masonry in bricks, today largely collapsed but with a fair amount of original bricks still present on site and therefore reusable gable roof and rectangular plan. The elevations are characterized by simple and geometrically recurrent forms, and by the presence of two large round arches near the entrance to the stable. The property is completed with 4 hectares of land surrounding the building, able to ensure adequate privacy and respect. The ruin is an authentic building of great historical and architectural value, which combined with an amazing location makes it one of the most interesting investment opportunities in the whole of southern Tuscany. Its construction can be traced back to the second half of the XVIII century, probable consequence of the impulse given to agriculture by the reform initiatives of the Grand Duke Leopoldo of Lorena, so much so that the property is already registered in the Leopoldian Catasto of 1765.

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