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Classic estate with olive grove and forest in Semproniano, Tuscany, Italy

1,450,000 €
  • Total area
    500 m²
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
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  • 2-floor building
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Golf course
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Sea view

Country estate in a natural oasis with several flats, 45 ha of land and panoramic view to the sea on the Argentario and the island of Giglio. The estate was formerly owned by Count Piccolomini, who also owned the nearby Castello di Triana.

The farm was built in the late 19th century in the shape of a horseshoe by the count's farm labourers. As usual, there used to be stables on the ground floor and flats on the upper floor. The house has been completely renovated, preserving the original features of the building. Well-kept outdoor area with terraces. Two more outbuildings for tools, 2 kennels and a chicken coop of approx. 60 m². Well-kept garden around the house with automatic irrigation. Pool 10x4 m. The house is equipped with communal water, a well with cistern and central heating.

Of the total 45 hectares of land, 8 hectares are fenced around the house, about 18 hectares are arable land and the rest olive grove with about 70 olive trees, various fruit trees, pine trees and about 27 hectares of forest. During the season you can find porcini mushrooms and truffles.


The approx. 500 m² country house extends over two floors and is divided into 5 independent flats (8 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms), which can easily be connected to form larger units. On the ground floor there is a spacious kitchen and two additional living rooms.

Location and nearby infrastructure

The land borders on a nature park and the river Albegna. As the crow flies, the distance to the sea is 35 km. The nearest towns with all shops are Saturnia and Semproniano 7 km. The famous Terme di Saturnia with golf course are about 8 km away, Sorano, Sovana and Pitigliano 30/40 km, to the sea 50 km (Albinia), Rome airport 160 km, Pisa 200 km.

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