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Country seat – Cortona, Tuscany, Italy

890,000 €
  • Total area
    701 m²
  • Land area
    35,640 m²
  • Bedrooms
    2
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Features
  • Total rooms: 8
  • 2-floor building
  • 1 floor
  • Built in 1300
  • Sea at 130 m
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet
  • TV
  • Furnished
  • Garden

The property consists of three houses: a main farmhouse completely renovated and ready to be inhabited, and two annexes, structurally sound but partially restored. The renovated farmhouse of the property in question develops a gross living area of ​​about 190 square meters on two levels and more precisely: on the ground floor there is a large living area, a bathroom, a study and a bedroom, while on the first floor there is a large living room with fireplace and French doors onto the terrace, a granite kitchen and a double bedroom with bathroom. A few steps from the farmhouse we find the two partially renovated annexes. To complete the real estate units owned by the warehouses with a total area of ​​about 76 square meters. The surrounding land is about 3.5 ha of which about 0.18 ha are intended for a garden, while the remaining 3.3. ha are intended for agricultural land mainly of arable and wooded quality.

The property is immediately habitable, has all the main services and is correctly connected to all utilities. The heating system is powered by LPG and pellets. The water supply is guaranteed by the presence of a well 90 meters deep. There is a satellite dish for television reception, and internet reception via wi-fi and repeaters (the fiber optic cable is now available by organizing itself to bring the line home)

As for the main building of the restoration in question, the structural restoration began in the late 1990s' and a more recent detailed restoration was completed in 2011. Details from the 1400's are visible in the internal and external architecture. All the details of the property have been made to measure by artisans: doors and windows are in chestnut, the floors are in terracotta, the beams are in chestnut, while the metal carpentry (external lighting, railings, etc.) is in wrought iron. As for the two dependencies, they are structurally sound and left for customization by the new owner.

The property enjoys privacy while being close to the beautiful village of Cortona where all essential services are present. Ideal both as a first home and as an income property.

The property is located about 3 km from Cortona, an ancient Etruscan village that rises on a mountainous relief located between Valdichiana and the Tiber Valley, famous for its typically medieval architecture, made up of ancient palaces, narrow and cobbled alleys, small artisan shops and typical Tuscan trattorias.

The Great Estate group carries out a technical due diligence on each property acquired through the seller's technician, which allows us to know in detail the urban and cadastral status of the property. This due diligence may be requested by the client at the time of a real interest in the property.

This property is in the name of a natural person (s) and the sale will be subject to registration tax according to the regulations in force (see purchase costs from the private individual).

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