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Three-storey ancient villa with a guest house in Laterina, Tuscany, Italy

1,050,000 €
  • Total area
    590 m²
  • Land area
    30,000 m²
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
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  • 3-floor building
  • Balcony or terrace
  • TV
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Lots of natural light

A charming estate of 3 ha situated on a hill with a medieval tower, transformed into a farmhouse around the 18 century. To reach the property, you follow a long gravel road along the Arno River. The main house and the guest house are surrounded by a large field, a wood with a crystal clear natural stream and a small waterfall. It offers a 360° view of the lush Tuscan countryside, in the Arezzo- Siena-Florence triangle. The property is in excellent condition.


The main house 500 m² is divided into three stories and each floor has its own separate entrance that would make it very easy to turn the house into 2 or 3 apartments.

  • Upper floor 200 m² — entrance with veranda, living room with high ceiling and an antique stone fireplace, studio/TV room, laundry/guest restroom, kitchen, dining room, master bedroom with 2 fully equipped bathrooms, loggia with spectacular views
  • Middle floor 200 m² — entrance hall, living room, 4 double bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms, kitchen
  • Ground floor 100 m² — large space ideal for office or apartment

Guesthouse 90 m²:

  • upper floor with open space kitchen and living
  • ground floor with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom


  • Underground water tank with 10.000 liters capacity
  • Fireplace
  • Each floor is heated separately
  • All ceilings are Tuscan style with open beams and terracotta bricks

Location and nearby infrastructure

The property is situated in an authentic Tuscan landscape, which overlooks the hilltop village of Laterina. The village offers daily essentials such as a supermarket, bars and restaurants. Distances to nearby towns: Laterina 2,5 km, Arezzo 16 km, Siena 50 km, Florence 60 km.

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    Location right down to the building, street or city

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