This ancient farmhouse, set in the beautiful countryside of Chiusi, has been renovated to an extremely high standard making for a delightful country home. All materials have been carefully selected - from the wooden beams to the terracotta floors to the ancient internal doors, ceramic tiles, specially made in Sicily, have been inset into the bathroom floors. The surrounding garden has been professionally landscaped along with the swimming pool area from where you can enjoy stunning views over the valley. The property also boasts a newly planted olive grove and 12 rows of grape vines on 3 hectares of land.
Large entrance hall / library leading to three separate areas.
Through an arch to the right you are led to a spacious living room with large fireplace, a staircase at the end of the room leads up to the bedrooms, another archway takes you into a small reception room, with a further arch leading to the dining room and off that you will find the country kitchen. There is also a downstairs cloakroom.
Turning left of the entrance hall you are taken into the TV / music room and a guest apartment made up of a living room, bedroom and bathroom.
Going straight through the entrance hall you come to large conservatory, an ideal reading room in the cooler months.
This is made up of a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, 3 further bedrooms, one with a mezzanine and a large family bathroom.
Outside, well disguised by the excellent landscaping, is a large garage, a boiler room, a small cellar and a one-room apartment with bathroom. There is also a large barn for the farm equipment.
The sale price includes a large part of the furniture, curtains, stereo and TV and agricultural equipment.
Conveniently placed for motorway
In the vicinity of this property is the Etruscan town of Chiusi, with its well known Etruscan Museum, one of the most important repositories of Etruscan remains in Italy. Lake Chiusi, a true paradise for bird watchers. In recent years many sporting activities have also been established at the lake: canoeing, wind surfing and sport fishing. Of historical interest at the southern end of the lake are two towers one was built by the Siennese in the XV century to challenge the armed forces of Perugia who in turn constructed their own tower. Even today the two towers indicate the border between Tuscany and Umbria. In the other direction is Chianciano Terme with its world famous Spa.
The A1 motorway in just 10 minutes away making Rome (170 km) and Florence (120 km) easily accessible. Other historic centres in the vicinity are Perugia: 66 km, Arezzo: 70 km and Siena: 86 km.