In the hills of the Tuscan Maremma, a charming old stone farmhouse dating back to 1765, as depicted in the Catasto Leopoldino.
A property comprising 12 hectares of land with a 300 sqm farmhouse and 170 sqm of ruins to be restored.
A unique location, dominant, quiet but not isolated, with the first urban centre less than 2 km away.
The restoration of the farmhouse has been carried out in keeping with Tuscan tradition, with the use of high-end materials, such as chestnut for the external fixtures and beams, or handmade terracotta for the floor.
The main body, in stone, is organised on two levels, with, on the ground floor, a splendid typical Tuscan kitchen, dining room, living room, large double bedroom and bathroom.
Also on the ground floor, cellar and tool shed.
The upper level is connected both internally and externally, and consists of 3 double bedrooms, study and two bathrooms.
The charm of this period farmhouse is intact, framed by centuries-old oak trees and enhanced by the 5X10 swimming pool set in a privacy-protected area.
In the careful restoration of this farmhouse, not only high quality materials were used, but energy efficiency was also considered, with a 12 Kwh photovoltaic system installed on the roof, so as not to have any impact on the environment, and a pellet boiler for heating, so that the property is in the A2 energy performance category.
The ruins within the property, can be recovered and transformed for receptivity, if desired, or whatever else is needed by the buyer.
The private park around the house, is fenced for 6000 sqm, and is equipped with an irrigation system, which is supplied by 2 ancient artesian wells.
The rest of the land is arable land with a small part of woodland of centuries-old cork trees.
All utilities are on site, connection to the municipal aqueduct, Wi-Fi, Imhoff tank.
The property is bounded by an electric gate.
Access to the property is via a short, well-maintained white road of 500 metres,