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Country seat – Castelfranco di Sopra, Tuscany, Italy

730,000 €
  • Total area
    146 m²
  • Land area
    7,000 m²
  • Bedrooms
    2
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Features
  • Total rooms: 7
  • 2-floor building
  • 1 floor
  • Built in 1764
  • Sea at 120 m
  • Internet
  • TV
  • Furnished
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden

The Mulino del Moro Bianco is a former mill dating back to 1764 and following the last renovation in 2016 it is now composed as follows: Ground Floor — Large living room, kitchen, hallway, utility room, bathroom with shower; First Floor — Hallway, 2 bedrooms, large bathroom with tub, attic room. Basement Floor — Cellar room. The mill also includes the surrounding garden of 670 m² with a beautiful private swimming pool of mt. 10 x 4 (h. 1.50 m). The exterior of the property is completed by 2 parcels of agricultural land of 6,411 m² with a wooden tool shed of 30 m², an olive grove with 90 trees, a wood and a shaded private parking area. The property is sold complete with all furniture and equipment.

The property is served by all utilities such as electricity connection 3 kWh + photovoltaic system 3 kWh, water supply guaranteed by the public aqueduct + private well, independent methane gas heating system with condensing boiler and radiant floor heating system, air conditioning, telephone line, ADSL, TV/ SAT, volumetric alarm system + sensors on the windows. Externally the garden is served by external lighting system, irrigation system, automatic robot lawnmower.

Il Mulino del Moro Bianco is in excellent structural and living conditions having been completely renovated in 2016 with high-quality finishes and all modern comforts. The original structure dates back to 1764 and is characterized by the beautiful original stone and brick facades and a pitched roof covered with antique Roman-style tiles. During the last renovation, the structure was equipped with thermal insulation on the roof and on the external walls, as well as the rebuilding of the internal floors with a perfectly insulated basement. The interiors have been perfectly finished with hand-planed oak parquet flooring, the ceilings feature wooden beams and exposed terracotta tiles, the old mill wheels have been preserved and are still evident in the living area.

Il Mulino del Moro Bianco is an ideal solution to be lived in immediately for a definitive transfer or for use as a second home during the summer periods. This marvelous ex-mill would also lend itself to being inserted into the luxury tourist rental circuits for short-term rentals.

Situated in Tuscany, is just 900m from the centre of Castelfranco (AR), on the edge of the countryside close to the village. Florence (42km) and Arezzo (40km) are equidistant and it is located in a beautiful natural setting close to the Apennine district of ”Pratomagno“, a destination for lovers of walking, running and mountain biking. Also nearby is the splendid Abbey of Vallombrosa, with its nature reserve. The residence is perfectly accessible at any time of the year as it is located on the edge of a municipal road. A1 Motorway exit (Incisa/Reggello exit): 12 km — Figline Valdarno railway station: 10 km. — Florence (A. Vespucci airport): 55 km. — Pisa (G. Galilei airport): 120 km

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