Charming 1 Bed Apt in Borgo Sogna, Tuscany

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Il Nido D'Amore, Borgo Sogna, Ambra, Tuscany, Italy, Bucine (Italy)

1 Bedrooms · 1 Bathrooms · 90Floor area



No parking

1 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms


No garden

No pool

Not furnished


Experience the allure of charming Il Nido D'Amore, a quaint apartment nestled in the heart of Borgo Sogna, Ambra, in the picturesque region of Tuscany, Italy. This delightful one-bedroom apartment offers an alluring glimpse into the tranquil Italian lifestyle, harmoniously intertwined with the captivating Tuscan countryside that stretches out over 12 enchanting hectares of land.

Il Nido d'Amore (lovingly known as the 'love nest') is a single-story apartment, spanning over a comfortable 44 square meters. This cozy dwelling boasts an open-plan kitchen/dining area that blends seamlessly into the sitting room, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. The functional kitchen boasts 'pietra serena' countertops, and double-glazed windows fitted with insect screens create a safe and comfortable living space.

Property Features:
- Open-plan kitchen/dining/sitting room
- Single bedroom
- Bathroom
- Double-glazed windows with insect screens
- 'Pietra serena' countertops in kitchen

An interesting aspect of this apartment is its location. Once a hamlet dating back to the 12th century, Borgo Sogna lay abandoned for over three decades until an ingenious architect brought it back to life, transforming it into a beautifully renovated settlement about 30 years ago. Today, residing in Il Nido D'Amore offers you the unique opportunity to be part of this historic, beautifully restored and well-maintained 20-property estate, which stands 420 meters above sea level.

The tranquil community of Borgo Sogna is generously endowed with shared amenities, which include a tennis court, sauna, and an attractively designed swimming pool, cleverly integrated into the natural terrain of the landscape. Each resident owns a proportional share of the surrounding land, which is dominated by wooded hills and graced with 700 olive trees.

- Shared tennis court
- Shared sauna
- Shared swimming pool
- Proportional shared ownership of surrounding land

Staying connected with the outside world is no difficult feat when living in this quaint property. The towns of Ambra and Bucine, both within a convenient driving distance, offer various services and restaurants to enjoy the delightful local cuisine. The motorway is a mere 15-minute drive away, making quick trips to the cities of Arezzo and Siena (both around 35 kilometers away) and Florence (65 kilometers away) appear almost effortless. The nearest train station is at Montevarchi, approx 23 kilometers away, with fast trains to Florence in about 45 minutes.

The climate in this region is typically Mediterranean, with warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters. This contributes to the abundant growth of olive trees, vineyards, and the breathtakingly radiant colors of the Tuscan landscape. Living here, you become part of the slow-paced Italian lifestyle, where life is savored and the beauty of nature is embraced.

The property does demand some ongoing maintenance expenses. A condo fee of around €1,000 per annum covers the upkeep of the grounds, olive grove, pool, tennis court, and other common areas. However, these costs are a small price to pay for the privilege of living in such a scenic and tranquil environment.

Il Nido D'Amore presents a wonderful opportunity to invest in a unique slice of Tuscan living. Its natural beauty, historical appeal, and central location make it an unmissable choice for lovers of Italy and its charmingly historic regions.


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Steeped in history yet touched with a modern touch, this 8-bedroom country house located in the heart of Lucignano, Arezzo, in Tuscany, Italy, offers potential buyers an enticing combination of rustic charm and contemporary convenience. The property, a historic rural building from the 1500s, has been artfully expanded and fully restored in 2002 to encapsulate its heritage. Situated in the rolling hills of the Valdichiana, positioned strategically between Siena and Arezzo, the property offers panoramic views of the breathtaking Tuscan landscape. The property's position is not just superb for its vista but also its geographical convenience, as it's proximal to influential Italian cities such as Arezzo, Siena, Perugia, Cortona, the Trasimeno area and stirring Val d’Orcia. Living in Lucignano means experiencing an area rich with arts, culture, and authentic Italian living. This town is characterized by its perfectly elliptical square, unique in the world. Local eateries serve a vast range of traditional Tuscan dishes, perfect for whetting the appetite on an evening out. The area also hosts a wide range of activities throughout the year, from art exhibitions to food and wine festivals. Tuscany is blessed with a Mediterranean climate characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Your slice of this world, the country home in Lucignano, has over 300 days of sunshine a year, ideal for enjoying its outdoor amenities all year round. Going past the stone façade, the interior takes you on a journey back in time - the exposed wooden beams, terracotta floors, and brick arches originating from the 1500s truly evoke the essence of the Tuscan style. The property spans two levels, currently partitioned into 3/4 apartments that can be easily integrated. Both the ground and first floors enjoy living spaces, kitchens, bedrooms, and bathrooms, making the property flexible for either single-family use or an advantageous investment for leasing. Amenities: • Ample living spaces • Eight bedrooms • Four bathrooms • Two fully fitted kitchens Property features: • Historic rural building with modern restoration • Two-levels • Panoramic position • Typical Tuscan style architecture and interior design features Even beyond the confines of the interior, the surroundings host a range of amenities set to enhance the Tuscan living experience. The outdoors features a lush 6000 meters square garden dotted with cypresses, oaks, and pines that add to the serene environment of the estate. A sizable swimming pool of 14x8 square meter awaits the residents for a soothing dip under the Tuscan sun. Furthermore, this estate boasts a garage, a woodshed, and a 120 meters square tool shed that could potentially serve as a caretaker's house. There is also an option to augment your purchase with the acquisition of an additional five hectares of land surrounding the property, subject to negotiation. The country home provides the perfect sanctuary for those in search of peace and tranquility while still not being completely isolated. Its prime location is within easy reach of essential services, enabling comfortable living while enjoying the rural ambiance. In conclusion, this unique property with its rustic charm and modern convenience stands as an exemplary illustration of Tuscian countryside living. Encapsulating the essence of Tuscan serenity while offering potential for lucrative rental opportunity, this country home presents an attractive investment or comfortable living for those appreciating the unique blend of Italian heritage and contemporary lifestyle.

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Welcome to the heart of Tuscany - the charming settlement of Terranuova Bracciolini. This region, cloaked in history and splendor, is renowned for its scenic landscapes - vineyards stretching to the horizon, timeless olive groves, and towering oak woods. Steeped in cultural significance and natural beauty, this region, near the Balze, has served as inspiration for countless artists, even featuring as the enchanting backdrop for Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa. Crisscrossed with quaint paths, the journey to this Italian villa introduces you to the vestiges of an ancient era, such as the Castello di Campogialli, a small village that has survived the passage of time since the 1100s. The tranquillity of this setting fosters an atmosphere that feels like a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The villa itself, a cornerstone of this serene landscape, aligns with the nature-infused charm of Tuscany. Built in the 90s, the three-level architectural masterpiece sports a traditional Tuscan design, replete with yellow ocher plastered facades, wooden shutters, and a roof adorned with terracotta tiles and bricks. Here are its features: - 4 spacious bedrooms - 2 well-equipped bathrooms - A sprawling 346 sqm living space - An enormous living area that extends to a dining area - An additional living room with a fireplace, which can also serve as a guest bedroom - A detached outbuilding that serves as a guesthouse with an additional bedroom, bathroom, and kitchenette - A fully functional kitchen - An attic designed as an open area hosting a study with bookshelves, a music corner, and a space for yoga - A vast, well-maintained garden park of about 3 hectares, home to stately trees and historic oaks - A swimming pool that serves as a private oasis - The bonus of photovoltaic panels and a latest-generation pellet boiler for energy efficiency - Ample space for a garage and storage - A price tag of €680,000 Area Amenities: - The delightful wine vineyards of the Ferragamo Winery right at the villa's perimeter - The historic Castello di Campogialli, just a stroll away - The striking yellow geological structures of the nearby Balze - The green lawns of the attached park, an ideal spot for picnics and relaxation - Pristine swimming pool for cooling off during warm summer days Life in this good-condition villa embraces the ebb and flow of the local climate. The warm summers and mild winters of Tuscany mean that you can enjoy outdoor living for most of the year. From meals al fresco under the Tuscan sun to leisurely strolls in the surrounding lush greenery through every season, this property offers a lifestyle imbued with the rhythms of nature. The villa caters not only as a private residence but also serves as a welcoming host for tourists keen on taste-testing the Tuscan lifestyle. So, if you're considering an investment property, keep in mind that this villa, with its additional bedroom and kitchenette, is poised to house guests looking to holiday in this idyllic Italian setting. To conclude, the villa encapsulates the essence of Tuscany - a priceless combination of elegance, history, and serenity. Its prime location and thoughtful architecture make it an ideal choice for those seeking a sanctuary in the alluring Italian countryside. Despite its old-world charm, the villa also underscores modern sustainability practices, helping maintain low energy costs throughout the year. So, for overseas buyers yearning for a piece of Italian paradise, this villa stands as a beacon of everything extraordinary that Tuscany has to offer. Be prepared to fall in love with this piece of Tuscany and make unforgettable memories, one sunset at a time.

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Welcome to Casale Il Poggio, your soon-to-be 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom country house, nestled in the rolling hills of Tuscany. Located in the charming town of Trequanda, Siena, this residence is perfect for those seeking tranquility amidst Italy's stunning rural landscape, away from bustling city centers. The size of this countryside gem is roughly 327 square meters, protecting your privacy while providing ample space for comfortable living. Offered at £1,150,000, this is an investment you won't regret. What makes Casale Il Poggio so special goes beyond its stone walls - it's the history it holds. Most likely constructed in the 1700s, this relic perfectly conserves original architectural features. You'll appreciate its broad arches, loggia on the first floor, and delightful terracotta finishes that lend a charming Tuscan vibe. Wander around, and you'll notice the various historical elements that add to the home's character. You can imagine baking pizzas in the age-old wood-burning oven and exploring the former stable that has been converted into two one-bedroom flats. Property features: * 4 bedrooms * 3 bathrooms * Size: 327 square meters * A characteristic loggia * Historical wood-burning oven * Converted stables * Bright veranda with living area * Charming terracotta staircase * Lovely terrace * Fenced garden with tall trees and an olive grove As the new owner, you would have several exciting spots around the vicinity right at your fingertips. The panoramic position gives you a bird's eye view over the Val d'Orcia, and the Crete up to the towers and bell towers of Siena to the west and Montalcino to the south. The property is just 1.5 kilometers from the village of Trequanda where the locals greet everyone with a warm 'Buongiorno!' and where you can find various shops and essential services. Living in Tuscany is like stepping into a painting. The climate is generally mild with hot summers. The cool, breezy evenings become perfect for dining alfresco. The winters can be cold, but when snow falls, it transforms the landscape into a frost-kissed beauty. The local area is best known for its local markets, vineyards, and organic food festivals. For the culinary explorers, there are eno-gastronomic destinations worth exploring, offering a peek into Italy's rich history and culture. Renowned for its pasta, bread, and beans, this region's cuisine reflects its agricultural roots. Not to mention the world-class wine that this region is known for, with vineyards dotting the hillsides. Your neighbors will be a balanced mixture of locals and expatriates attracted by Tuscany's allure. Many of whom you'll meet in cooking classes, wine tastings, and local festivals - a great way to make you feel welcomed into the community. Though already in good condition, there's always room for personalization in this country home, allowing the new owners to weave their preferences into the existing setup. The sizable fenced garden is lush with mature trees and an olive grove, offering potential for new landscaping projects or the addition of an in-ground pool. In summary, Casale Il Poggio is an irresistible package of history, charm, comfort, potential, and location. Whether you're planning on residing year-round, or for holiday periods, this property allows you to live your Italian dream.

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Embrace the tranquil charm of life in Tuscany, Italy with this elegant 3-bedroom semi-detached house in the idyllic setting of Marciano della Chiana, Arezzo. This beautiful dwelling promises an easy living, with it's 170 sqm layout that flows leisurely across two floors and is also in a very good condition. As you step inside this house, you are welcomed with an inviting open plan living area on the ground floor. Here, the kitchen, dining, and living room all unite to form a heart-warming space for family interactions and entertaining guests. The ground floor also features a welcoming foyer, a practical hallway and a contemporary shower room. How about some outdoor fun? The front and rear patios, effortlessly connecting via French doors, make for an ideal al fresco dining space. Upstairs, you will find a central hallway leading to three charming bedrooms that offer both comfort and ample storage space. Make use of a convenient walk-in closet/store room and two full bathrooms that guarantee daily refreshment in style. But there's more. This property comes with a valuable additional outbuilding which offers multifunctional use. Outdoors, you will be encompassed by a large bit of open sky on your 2.5-acre garden. This sprawling space is fenced and equipped with automatic gates for maximum security and convenience. Property Features: - Open plan Ground floor living with outdoor eating areas (front and rear). - Large Garden (Approximately 2.5 acres) - Fenced lawn with automatic gates - Three bedrooms - Three bathrooms - Size: 170m^2 - Additional outbuilding - Recently remodeled Marciano della Chiana, Arezzo is characteristic of a typical Tuscan setting, with rich history reflected on its castle ruins and ancient walls. This area is easily accessible and close to a whole host of amenities. You're never too far from local markets, bakeries, cafés and restaurants where you can get a true taste of Italian cuisine. Living in Italy, especially in Tuscany, immerses you in a natural paradise consisting of serene landscapes and vineyards. The region has a typical Mediterranean climate. Summers can be hot and dry, but are often cooled by the breeze, while winters are moderately cold, offering a distinct contrast across four seasons. The locals are friendly and welcoming, strengthening the sense of community. The gentle pace of life here is a breath of fresh air if you're looking for a slow and serene lifestyle, far from the hustle and bustle of city life. Living in a home in this region offers a unique experience. First, there's the charm of Italian architecture, and the inviting warmth of Tuscay's climate. Second is the unhurried rhythm of daily life that lets you taste and appreciate every moment. As a non-resident buyer, certain purchase costs will apply. These include taxes and fees estimated at E. 12,000, while notary fees are roughly around E. 3,000. Please note these costs vary and should always be factored in when considering the overall affordability of the property. This house is indeed the right choice if you covet an easy-to-maintain, move-in-ready home, close to amenities and a warm local community. Experience the captivating allure of Tuscy, and make this stunning Italian home your very own. Witness firsthand the splendor of the Val di Chiana vistas and immerse yourself in the charm and elegance of this beautiful part of Italy.

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Immerse yourself in the authentic charm of Italy with this sprawling, 7-bedroom country home situated in the heart-catching Tuscan countryside. Located in the province of Siena, Sinalunga, this heavenly abode offers an unparalleled connection to Italy's heartland. A slice of Italian culture and lifestyle wrapped up in a beautiful residential package, this country house awaits its fortunate new owner. Being in a good condition, you can find yourself at home amidst the comforts of an Italian dwelling and the embracing arms of the Tuscan countryside. The home sprawls over an impressive 450 sqm and comes with an appealing price tag of 590,000 euros. The house, called Casale San Bernardino, is situated in the Val di Chiana region, a southeastern portion of Siena. It resides in close proximity to the picturesque Cortona and the enchanting Lake Trasimeno. This region holds the house within its rolling hills, culminating in panoramic views that will take your breath away. Amidst this lush, verdant landscape, the house finds its firm place and will surely be an ideal 'home away from home' for those looking to connect with the real Italy. This stone country house retains the idyllic characteristics of ancient Tuscan farmhouses. A perfect blend of tradition and comfort, it features an outdoor loggia with a wood-burning oven – an ideal spot to relish beautiful summer evenings. The house is flanked by a garden with a swimming pool, exuding a strong sense of tranquility and peace. Property features include: - 7 bedrooms - 3 bathrooms - A spacious 450 sqm layout - An outdoor loggia with wood-burning oven - A garden furnished with a swimming pool - An annex and agricultural land - Vineyard and olive grove The ground floor of the house, renovated to maintain its original cross-vaulted ceilings, houses an expansive open-plan space comprising an L-shaped living room that flows into a kitchen with modern amenities and an inviting dining area. It also holds three beautifully furnished bedrooms and two bathrooms. The first floor of the house, still in its rustic state, offers a chance to the new owner to leave their mark on the property. While it requires modernization, it still exudes an irresistible Tuscan charm with its high wooden-beamed ceilings. Additionally, the property includes a two-level annex, which can be converted into a separate guest cottage, further amplifying the home's potential. Living in the region of Sinalunga means experiencing all four seasons in their full glory. Winters are generally mild and brief while summers are long, dry and hot, featuring clear, blue skies, perfect for outdoor activities. The local area is abundant with selections of exquisite local cuisine, renowned wineries, renowned cultural landmarks and incredibly friendly locals, providing an enriching lifestyle. In summary, Casale San Bernardino merges the best of both worlds – the comfort of a ready-to-live residence and the potential for improvements and customization. Whether you plan to use it for private purposes or as a lucrative investment property for hosting tourists, the prospects are plentiful. Experience the joy of Italian living within the invigorating embrace of the Tuscan countryside at Casale San Bernardino.

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Welcome to the picturesque region of Figline e Incisa Valdarno, nestled deep in the heart of stunning Tuscany, Italy. This charming, 6-bedroom farmhouse currently available for purchase exudes rustic Italian charm and holds immense potential for those yearning to create their dream home abroad. This farmhouse has been respectful of its rich history with the external walls and parts of the internal structure highlighting the original stone structure. Moreover, the roof boasts waterproofing and insulation. Although this property is in good condition, it still retains its character as a longstanding Tuscan farmhouse, uniting the old with the new seamlessly. On the ground floor, the living area is spread across five large spaces. Immediately you'll notice the kitchen and dining room, where a fireplace and direct access to the panoramic terrace and the garden make for intimate, cozy family dinners or lively events with friends. The ground floor also has another large room with a fireplace; the perfect setting for family gatherings during Italy's cooler months. On this floor, you will also find two more rooms yet to be completed, providing an exciting opportunity for future customization. Moving up to the first floor, there are two bedrooms accompanied by another large living room offering panoramic views of the beautiful Tuscan countryside. The bathroom is also located on this floor along with two more rooms waiting to be renovated. One of the great advantages of this property is the potential for two separate living units. The layout lends itself to having separate independent entrances which further enhances the flexibility and potential of the property. This farmhouse comes with 500 square meters of land, partially curated as a quaint garden and partly as a private courtyard giving direct access to the main entrance. Moreover, several outbuildings are on the property, providing further potential to be converted into garages, storage rooms, or possibly small guest houses. This property is situated within charming Figline Valdarno, offering a fluid blend of quaint Italian life combined with modern convenience. The city is alive with small shops, cafes, restaurants, and a weekly market that's beloved by locals. Not to mention, Florence, the capital of the famed Tuscany region, is only an hour's drive away. Not only does Tuscany offer incredible cuisine and rich history, but its climate is also unparalleled. Summers are typically hot and dry, while winters are mild, making it a delightful place to live year-round. With over 2,000 hours of sunshine annually and a gentle breeze from the Tyrrhenian Sea, every day in Tuscany feels like a vacation. Investing in a country house in Figline e Incisa Valdarno, provides the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself fully in Italian culture, especially the slow-paced, charming farm life. Think of waking up to the sound of roosters crowing, enjoying fresh produce straight from your vegetable garden, and living life at a serene, leisurely pace. Live out your dream of enjoying a peaceful, yet vibrant life in a Tuscan farmhouse. Whether it be a family home, an idyllic holiday getaway, or a rental property, this beautiful 6-bedroom farmhouse is ready and waiting to become your own slice of Italian paradise. Amenities: - Panoramic Terrace - Private Courtyard - Garden - Outbuildings Property Features: - 6 Bedrooms - Living area across five rooms - Kitchen with fireplace - Dining room with direct access to the terrace and garden - Additional large room with fireplace - 2 Uncompleted rooms on the ground floor - Large living room with a panoramic view on the first floor - Bathroom on the first floor - 2 further uncompleted rooms on the first floor - Potential to divide the property into two separate units - 500 square meter property - Listed at 520,000 euros

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Nestled in the heart of Siena, in the mesmerizing region of Tuscany, Italy, stands this multi-storied residence with its own roof garden, offering stunning views of Torre del Mangia - the main city tower. The property is perfectly placed within the most authentic district of the city, just a short walk from Piazza del Campo and the Duomo, encapsulating the essence of Siena's rich historical fabric. Born at the end of the Renaissance era in 1550, this home has artfully retained the grandeur and charm of its unique cultural heritage. The dwelling spans across an impressive area of about 432 square meters. Upon entering, visitors are met by a picturesque inner courtyard housing a nineteenth-century garden adorned with a charming fountain and statues. A double-style stair leads up to a panoramic terrace offering breathtaking views of the city's terracotta rooftops, historical churches, and the verdant countryside that encompasses the city's walls. The most striking feature of the dwelling is its remarkable variety of ceilings - whether vaulted, frescoed, or adorned with rustic wooden beams and terracotta tiles. Each room offers a unique character and charm, portraying a different element of historical Siena. On the ground floor, a timeless living room is characterized by exposed terracotta arches, capturing the quintessence of traditional Italian architecture. Located close to a number of key city amenities: - A city car garage - The university - Large city parks - World-class museums - The Accademia Musicale Chigiana A substantial feature of this beloved home includes six bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, two of which provide direct access to the terrace. The house also boasts living areas adorned with period style that only add to its charm. Living in Siena, in an apartment-like setting, provides a comfortable and culturally rich experience, further enriched by the friendly camaraderie of the city's warm and inviting residents. The cobblestone streets, ancient architecture, mouthwatering local food, and fabulous weather are a testament to the very essence of the Italian quality of life, mirroring the spirit of the very house in question. The climate here delivers a palette of distinct and pleasant seasons, wonderfully warm and dry summers, and typically cool to cold winters. Despite occasional showers, autumn and spring maintain their crisp charm, making this city a year-round destination. The flat is well-maintained and boasts of good condition. Its high architectural and historical value, complimented with unique characteristics, makes it the perfect choice as a private residence for a family. It is equally suitable to host travelers and tourists, offering a taste of authentic Siena life during their stay in the city. Living in such a property is akin to living within the heart of Italian history and culture, yet with all the modern commodities within arm's reach. The local areas offer a vibrant lifestyle with plenty of shopping, dining, and sight-seeing opportunities. Moreover, for music lovers, living in this district would be particularly enchanting, as the Accademia Musicale Chigiana hosts classical music concerts in the summer evenings, filling the district with a melodious serenade; a real treat for the senses. In conclusion, this property is more than just a home, it's a lifestyle. A chance to live and breathe history while experiencing the vibrant Italian culture, undeniably one of the best in the world. For the price of 700,000 Euros, it’s a small price to pay for a slice of Italian life.

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Tucked away amidst the enchanting landscapes of Tuscany in Italy, we present a truly delightful Italian villa that forms the epitome of picturesque, peaceful living. Located in the elegant and storied city of Siena, this charming villa nestles just above the cosy little town of Reggello affording breath-taking, south facing vistas over the town towards the verdant Valdarno. Replete with the rustic charm of traditional Tuscan architecture coupled with the comforts of modern restoration, this captivating villa spans over two generous floors, measuring altogether around 260 sqm. The restoration work in 2007 has left it in good condition and the property is now primed for potential buyers seeking a tranquil retreat to call home in beautiful Tuscany. Amenities: - 4 bedrooms - 4 bathrooms - Large double living room - Dining room - Fully equipped kitchen - Laundry room - Bassotto (wood burning stove) - Underfloor heating - Split air conditioning system throughout - Pellet stove in master suite - Open fireplace in lounge - Solar power system - Mains water supply - City gas central heating - Stone annex - Two wooden sheds The villa comfortably accommodates four bedrooms including a large master suite with an ensuite bathroom that includes a shower and Turkish bath. The suite also boasts a convenient dressing area and a door leading to the upper rear garden. The ground floor comprises a large double living room with an open fireplace and several doors leading to the garden and loggia, adding to an atmosphere of seamless indoor-outdoor living. The dining room equipped with a fireplace is perfect for hosting intimate dinner parties. The fully equipped kitchen will impress any home cook and opens onto a large paved dining terrace. The bathroom, laundry room, and several storage areas complete the ground floor amenities. The first floor is not to be outdone with three more bedrooms, two more bathrooms, and a study that could also function as an additional bedroom. This study even has a door to a terrace overlooking the lush lawn garden. Around the villa, you will be immersed in a sprawling 1Ha garden, lovingly manicured and sown with 100 olive trees. Stone walls accommodate a secret rose garden, a vegetable patch, and a quaint little stream running along the northwest side of the property. The garden features a loggia offering shaded seating and dining to enjoy Italy’s famously warm and sunny Mediterranean climate all year round. Adding to the charm is a 9 sqm stone annex that could make a charming artist's studio or even a quaint guest suite. There are also two wooden sheds perfect for storing garden tools or additional storeroom space. Living in Siena promises an authentic experience of life in Italy. With its alleys, squares, towers, and historic buildings, Siena is an absolute gem in the heart of Tuscany. As an UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city is rich in history, with countless sites and attractions to visit. Easy commutes include Florence 40km away, Arezzo 58km, Greve in Chianti 30km, and even Rome at a distance of 256km. The property is within walking distance to the town of Reggello, where local shops and services are easily accessible. This charming town offers a slice of idyllic Tuscan life, with friendly locals, traditional Italian cuisine, and beautiful vistas. This property is much more than just a villa - it's a lifestyle choice and an investment. Whether you're looking for a peaceful retreat in Europe’s famous wine country or a family home that radiates warmth and comfort, this Tuscan villa awaits your discovery. Listed at an asking price of €895,000, this is a unique opportunity to own a piece of Italian history in a picturesque locale. An Italian lifestyle awaits you!

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Welcome to the captivating land of Tuscany, specifically, Siena, where nestled amidst the serene landscape, you will find an enchanting country home waiting for you. This home was once owned by a renowned French artist, who spent many blissful hours turning it into a haven of creativity and tranquillity. The property is just a few miles away from the city of Siena, a medieval city known for its historic beauty, unique culture, and delicious cuisine. Living in Siena means embracing the Italian lifestyle, taking part in traditional festivals like Il Palio, witnessing the city’s beautifully preserved Gothic architecture and, not to forget, tasting some of the best wines in the entire country. The climate in Siena blends delightfully with the home's countryside location. You will witness warm, sun-filled summers and relatively mild winters, allowing you to enjoy gardening, vineyard visits, and walks in the Tuscan environment virtually all year round. This semi-detached country home offers a generous 520 square meters of space, artfully arranged over two stories. The home comprises: • 6 beautifully designed bedrooms • 5 well-appointed bathrooms • 2 versatile studio spaces • A grand living room featuring a cozy fireplace and double-height ceiling • 2 fully-equipped kitchens with dining areas • A delightful cellar in the basement • A pool for relaxing and refreshing dips on warm summer days The property’s exterior is quite scenic and inviting. Imagine yourself dining al fresco under the outdoor loggia on sunny afternoons, overlooking the panoramic views of Siena's rolling hills and historic bell towers. This outdoor space is not just for show; the orchard and olive grove that come with the property produce high-quality extra virgin olive oil for family use. While this house is in good condition and ready to move into, it encourages personal touches to enhance its artistic charm even further. It's an opportunity to create your picturesque dwelling infused with heart and creativity. Other outdoor features include: • A meticulously cared for private garden • An in-ground pool with a paved sundeck • A shower/changing room The land also features a barn that may be transformed into a guesthouse or a quaint cottage, adding to the appeal and versatility of the property. The home's strategic location benefits from the quiet, calm, and serenity of the Italian countryside while still being a stone's throw away from the services of the city. You have the best of both worlds – the rustic allure of rural Italy combined with Siena's vibrant city life. Living in a country home is a unique experience. Here you can build close connections with the local community, participate in agricultural activities, and immerse yourself in nature. The Italian countryside is famous for its gastronomy, and you will have the opportunity to enjoy authentic regional cuisine – meals made with fresh, local ingredients paired perfectly with a glass of local Tuscan wine. A home in Siena also means access to the world-class healthcare system of Italy. If you have school-going children, you will be delighted to know that Italy places a high emphasis on education. From primary to higher education, Italy offers excellent facilities and services. For the discerning overseas buyer, Siena is not just a city but a lifestyle. With its vibrant art scene, rich history, and gastronomic delights, Siena is a city where life is lived at a leisurely pace and savored – just like a good wine. So, if you're looking for a country home that guarantees ‘La Bella Vita’, this cozy artist's abode in Siena, priced at 950,000 Euros, is your slice of Italian paradise. Please note for reference: This property was initially constructed in the 1800s and last restored in 2000 with added roof isolation. It comprises a two-story semi-detached country house and a one-story barn, both charmingly framed by a healthy olive orchard.

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Welcome, international buyers, to a remarkable opportunity nestled in the rich history and captivating landscapes of Italy. Situated in the scenic city of Montepulciano, in the province of Siena, Tuscany, lies a charming two-bedroom apartment just waiting for you to call it home. This exceptional property, dating back to the 1600s, is your gateway to both history and the unparalleled charm of Italian life. At approximately 100 square meters, this spacious apartment stretches over two comfortable levels. The ground floor is the heart of the home, hosting a cosy living room, perfect for unwinding after a day of exploring the surrounding vineyards or historic sites. The first floor is where you'll find the rest of this unique dwelling. It's here the kitchen, two inviting bedrooms each with their own en-suite bathrooms, and a delightful terrace are based. The terrace, at an impressive 25 square meters, presents endless opportunities. It is not just a place to enjoy a morning espresso or an alfresco dinner under the Italian sun; it serves as a passage to a private studio accessible by staircase. The studio is a brilliant space for indulging in hobbies, establishing a home office, or simply retreating from the world. As an added benefit, this property has a generous cellar spanning about 56 square meters with a private entrance. This space could be used for wine storage, a worthwhile investment for enthusiasts based in one of Italy's prime wine regions. Amenities featured in this property include: - Two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms - Terrace - Private studio - Large Cellar - Living room - Kitchen The property features: - Size: 100 sqm - Historical building from the 1600s - Located in picturesque Montepulciano - Two levels - Two bathrooms - City-supplied water and heating Living in Montepulciano is akin to dwelling within the pages of a history book adorned with the quaint charm of Italian culture. This city offers an array of medieval and Renaissance architecture, holding intrigue for history buffs. It's also valued for its close proximity to university cities like Florence and Pisa. The climate in this region is typically Mediterranean, offering mild and wet winters with hot, dry summers. Cozy in the cooler seasons, yet bright and vibrant in the warmer months, it offers the best of both seasons. Living in an apartment in this historical city centre offers a unique lifestyle- a blend of bustling Italian life and the tranquil solitude of your own space. Adaptable to both quiet introverts and outgoing personalities, it allows for interaction when desired and privacy when needed. The property's location provides immediate proximity to local markets, rustic restaurants, and enchanting boutiques. Being in good condition, this property offers convenient move-in readiness. However, there is plenty of scope for personal touches and customisations to make the space truly your own. Whether a holiday home, investment, or a full-time residence, at a reasonable price of 300,000 euros, this Montepulciano apartment is a chance to own a slice of Italian paradise. Welcome to your dream Italian life, made real.

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Presenting an attractive and charming four-bedroom detached villa situated in the quaint hamlet of Garliano, nestled amidst the rustic Italian province of Tuscany, Arezzo, Castel San Niccolò. This delightful residence sits in the embrace of nature, offering a sprawling expanse of over an acre of garden, presenting a promising prospect for overseas buyers seeking classic Italian luxury imbued with a touch of rustic beauty. This residence provides an impressive 290m2 of accommodation across three floors, cleverly linked not only by stairs but also an elevator, thus adding a touch of modern convenience to the historic charm. The ground floor proudly presents a cosy 65m2 self-contained apartment, which includes a bedroom, lounge, and bathroom, and various additional rooms used as a cantina. The added luxury of a spacious double garage confirming nearly 90m2 cannot be overlooked. Both superb convenience and scenic beauty are combined on the first floor, boasting a large living area complete with a wood-burning fireplace and a well-equipped kitchen that lead out onto a majestic terrace that boasts panoramic views. There is also a master bedroom with a bathroom, an additional bedroom with an exit onto a loggia that's around 8m2, and a further bathroom. On the uppermost floor, find comfort in a spacious living area with featured exposed beam ceilings, a study that holds a breathtaking view, thanks to two large windows, an additional bedroom, a bathroom with access to a quaint terrace, and a storage room. The outside area is truly breathtaking, spanning about 5000m2, fully fenced and adorned with a canvas of captivating views. There is ample space to add a swimming pool, subject to planning permission. Property Features: - 4 bathrooms - 4 bedrooms - Exposed beams - Wood-burning fireplace - Spacious living areas - Terrace with panoramic views - Double garage - Solar panelling - Elevator Living in the soothing rural setting of Tuscany, Arezzo, Castel San Niccolò offers a tranquil respite from city life. The area is prized for its unique blend of rich cultural heritage, rustic charm and picturesque landscapes. The property is conveniently located just an hour away from the vibrant city of Florence, opening opportunities for day trips soaking in art, history and Italian cuisine. The climate in Castel San Niccolò is typically Mediterranean, with wet winters and hot, dry summers. It is perfect for those who appreciate warmer climates and love spending time outside. The property offers an excellent opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts, with the potential to sculpt the sizeable garden into a personal haven. Influenced by Italy's traditional architecture, living in a villa such as this allows for a unique lifestyle experience, where tradition meets comfortable modern living. It presents the luxury of space and privacy, and the potential for modification and personalisation. This villa, a fixer-upper-in-wait, is in excellent condition and is easily adaptable, promising the opportunity to craft your dream home. This awe-inspiring villa is ideal for those looking to savour the delights of Italian life, either full-time or as an occasional retreat. Equally, there is excellent potential for rental income, given the timeless draw of Tuscany as a tourist destination. The proximity to all amenities, the opportunity for modification, coupled with the magnificence of the landscape and the tranquil ambiance of the location, makes this property a beautiful prospect for a home away from home. Embark on a timeless journey in the heart of Italy, unlocking not just a house but a lifestyle intertwined with leisure, culture, and calm. Experience the warmth of the Italian sun and the comfort of the cool green shade right here in the idyllic canvas of Castel San Niccolò.

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Indulge in the Tuscan charm of this meticulously renovated villa, nestled in the picturesque hills of Montepulciano, Siena. The exterior of this two-story, three-bedroom house beautifully compliments the cultivated sophistication of its interior. Here, you'll find the enchanting combination of raw stone and terracotta brick facades adorning the elegantly refurbished residence. It offers a sweeping hillside view that encompasses olive groves, vineyards, and privy to the breathtaking landscape of cypress trees. Spanning as a generous living area of 300 square meters, the house unfurls an array of modern conveniences for a comfortable residency or vacation home. It combines the allure of original, rustic elements with state-of-the-art finishes and technology. A notable feature is the home automation systems/domotic, which ensure an organized and efficient lifestyle. The property features: - Double entrances (upstairs & downstairs) - A fully fitted kitchen with central island - Sliding glass doors - New window frames with mosquito nets - Bathrooms with suspended wares - Alarm system with sensors - An attic offering additional storage space - A rustic cellar featuring wooden beams and brick walls Starting at €730,000, the villa is spread over two levels and offers a captivating ambiance that emanates from every corner of the house. On the lower floor, you'll find an open floor living room-kitchen, a cellar with a charming dining area, a storage room, gym and bathroom. As you ascend up, the upper floor boasts three bedrooms (2 double, one single), two additional bathrooms and a laundry room. Montepulciano, the jewel of the 16th Century, is a distinctive locale in the province of Siena, Tuscany. Living here provides an unrivaled experience for soaking up the rich Italian culture and enjoying famous local wines. The property lies a leisurely 1.5 kilometers away from the nearest amenities. Investing in this good-condition property in Montepulciano blesses the residents with the moderate Mediterranean climate all year round. The city enjoys long, hot summers, comfortable spring and autumn seasons, and mild winters. However, the unique character of this property doesn't end within the main house. Outdoors, the house is surrounded by a fully fenced garden, covering an impressive area of 4,000 square meters. The tranquillity it offers is only further amplified by the harmony of nature that seamlessly blends itself around the property, arousing feelings of peace and serenity. The undisturbed view of the hillside from the private garden is awe-inspiring, to say the least. Amenities include: - A 10-kw photovoltaic system installed in 2012 - Heat pump underfloor heating system - In-ground swimming pool - Spacious lawn surrounding the house - Tall, lush trees adorning the perimeter - Irrigation system - An automatic access gate - Gas/LPG system setup available The 10-kw photovoltaic system guarantees a sustainable lifestyle, lowering energy costs and making a significant, positive environmental impact. Living in Montepulciano is not just about building a home; it's about becoming part of a vibrant, welcoming community that cherishes its shared history and looks towards a bright future. Investing in this villa grants you an entry card to an esteemed lifestyle that is steeped in history, culture, and nature. This detached house, offering independence and closely connected to the town center, truly blends the best of both worlds: quiet countryside living and the proximity and comfort of urban life. Experience living in the heart of Italy, at Casa Collina, Montepulciano.

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