Arezzo. Inserted in a pristine landscape just 10km from Arezzo, there is an ancient village of which the first certain historical references date back to the IX century, but whose origin has been attributed by authoritative sources to the Etruscan period.
Building: Divided into three property units of 950, 250 and 150 square meters respectively, the current state of affairs is partially restored and partly restored. The building of two hundred and fifty meters on two levels has recently been subjected to a careful restoration work carried out in respect of the local tradition, mainly using original materials and materials. The remaining part of the village needs instead a complete recovery but it contains great potential, both architecturally and in terms of landscape.
Land: The property is completed by 10 ha of land, 4 of which are arable, 4,000 sqm of hazelnut truffle remaining ex-orchard with a dozen chestnut trees and coppice all with organic certification. The property includes an artificial lake suitable for sport fishing. Possibility to buy up to 90 ha of total land.