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Country seat – Chiusi, Tuscany, Italy

690,000 €
  • Total area
    420 m²
  • Land area
    12,000 m²
  • Bedrooms
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  • Total rooms: 9
  • 2-floor building
  • 1 floor
  • Built in 1800
  • Sea at 130 m
  • Lake at 7,000 m
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet
  • TV
  • Furnished
  • Mountain view

‘Il Parco’, is a renovated farmhouse for sale in Tuscany. The main farmhouse has an area of about 250 m² in size and is located on two levels including on the ground floor: an outside porch of about 30sqm, its entrance, kitchen, dining room, living room, study and bathroom. On the first floor, which can be reached from the outside as well as through an internal staircase, is the sleeping area including a corridor/hallway as well as 4 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms. On this same level, there is also a covered terrace of about 45 m² with wonderful views over the vineyards and hills surrounding the property. In front of the main farmhouse is the annex with a total area of about 70 m² which is in perfect condition, as well as the use of a garage of 20 m² and a large underground cellar of about 40 m² There is also over 1.2 hectares of land exclusive to the property which includes beautiful green areas where there are olive trees, fruit trees, and beautiful tall oaks and cypresses trees and in general a perfectly well maintained park in every detail.

All the main utilities are present and functioning at the property. There is mains water as well as six storage tanks for rain water collection (a total of 75,000 litres), while there is a gas GPL heating system with an underground tank.

The farmhouse is in a good ‘move in’ condition. The most recent renovation was in the late 1980s and early 1990s and most of the finishes are typical of that period. Externally, it is partly an exposed stone façade and partly plastered. Internally, there are tiled flooring and ceilings with exposed wooden beams with terracotta tiles as well as ones plastered with reinforced concrete. There are newly installed double glazed wooden framed windows and doors.

The property’s beautiful and panoramic location, its many excellent main roads, as well as being easily manageable, make this an excellent opportunity for those seeking a main residence or as a second/holiday home in one of the most charming areas in the beautiful province of Siena in southern Tuscany.

‘Il Parco’, is a renovated farmhouse for sale in Tuscany. The farmhouse is located in the beautiful countryside in the Municipality of Chiusi (Si) with panoramic views situated in a private position while not being isolated. It is easily reached by a perfectly maintained 1km of country road. The property is less than 2km from the centre of Chiusi with all its amenities as well as its train station. Chiusi is located on the direct Florence-Rome train line. It is also not far from historic cities such as Florence, Siena, Perugia, Arezzo and Rome as well as tourist villages such as Cetona, San Casciano dei Bagni, Montalcino, Montepulciano and Pienza. The nearest airports are: Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino airport, Florence and Perugia Sant'Egidio.

The property was built before 1967 and was later restored with the issuance of building permits in accordance with legislation. It has been registered with both the building and land registrys at the Catasto Fabbricati and Catasto Terreni for the municipality of Chiusi (Si).

A private individual owns the property and the sale is therefore subject to a property registration tax of 9% on the registered value if purchased as a second home, or 2% if the purchased as the main residence as well as 12% of the declared land value in the deed of sale.

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