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86 km - 53 miles
85 km - 53 miles
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*Please note distances are straight line measurements and are approximate
Overlooking the Umbrian Apennine Mountain and sitting on the edge of Tuscany, this three-storey farmhouse boasts high ceilings, a substantial footprint, many original features and fruit-vegetable areas. A gated gravel driveway through the property’s vineyard leads to a lawned area and a walled swimming pool.
The main stone building, dating from the 13th century, has been sympathetically conserved and extended in brick around 1930. The front of the property enjoys a terracotta terrace of the length of the property, leading to the seven interconnected rooms of the ground floor, each holding notable features such as vaults, wood-beamed high ceilings, and a medieval stone floor.
A living-dining area is warmed by a sandstone hearth. There are two bathrooms on the ground floor and a utility room. At the centre of the property, an iron-framed staircase services all floors, leading also to the cantina of the house. On the first floor, a luxurious covered terrace with original arch features provides access to the front and to the rear of the estate. This “loggia” may also be accessed from the grounds via a gated entrance.
The rear living area has an open kitchen-dining space and a corner fireplace with terracotta-tiled floors. Here, two double doors open to a stone patio where a middle room serves as a study\living area and is adjacent to a bathroom and a large bedroom. Another small entrance joins to a further bedroom in the tobacco tower, a second bathroom and a mezzanine living area.
On the opposite side of the podere, a small hallway leads to another dining area with fitted kitchen and a large open fireplace. Two double bedrooms share a family bathroom, and a third double bedroom enjoys ensuite facilities.
The main stairwell provides access to a series of rooms across the property’s second floor, such as a studio area, an ensuite bedroom and a mezzanine living space with a terrace (4 x 4 metres). Two other areas offer four considerably large rooms and a northwest facing terrace (6 x 4 metres).
The total estate lays over 2,8 hectares and includes the vineyard and woodland as well as the small apple orchard and a substantial outbuilding for vehicle/equipment storage. Within the gardens there are a workshop and a large vegetable plot, as well as numerous fig and nut trees.
Well preserved, Gardens, Vineyard, Woodland, Vegetable-fruit patch, Terraces, Arched loggia, Parking space, Equipment workshop
The podere sits on a hillside on the edge between Umbria and Tuscany, overlooking the Appennine Mountains.