In the Tuscan countryside, on the slopes of the Crete Senesi farmhouse for sale consists of land, main house, outbuildings and farm sheds.The main house is currently divided into two units, a renovated and inhabited by the owners and the other still to be restored. The whole building is on two floors: the living area on the ground floor with living room, dining room and kitchen, and the sleeping area upstairs with three bedrooms and bathroom. Adjacent to this there is a portion of the building to be renovated; here there are still the old floors in terracotta tiles and ceilings in brick with wooden beams. The exterior walls are made of stone and brick, in the typical Tuscan style of the area.A fwe steps away there are two outbuildings to restore, that you can convert into a welling. Near here is an artesian well that serves the house.The house is surrounded by olive trees in production that, in addition to oil, give privacy by separating from the rest of the land and of the company.The property includes a land of about 35 hectares, inclosed in a single plot, divided in arable land, olive-grove and wood. On the land thera are three natural ponds and a vein source that ensure enough water for farming.The farm is obviously in the countryside, but easily reacheble by a white road of about 500 meters in very good conditions.
Immersed in the tuscan countryside, a farm of about 57 hectares. The property consists of the farmhouse of 250 sqm, plus a totally independent annex of approximately 53 sqm. &nbs. . .
The property consists of the main building, an outbuilding used as a dwelling and land for about 14 ha, mostly intended for olive grove. The main house, of about 300. . .
On the crest of a hill in trequanda, overlooking the small medieval village castelmuzio, farm on sale. The hill is a natural terrace overlooking the wonderful landscape from. . .
Farm on sale in the heart of the trequanda’s countryside formed by the farmhouse surrounded by 6 hectares of land with olive trees. The old house, of about 300 sqm, has bee. . .