Prestigious complex for sale in Cortona

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In the province of Arezzo, in Cortona's most beautiful and exclusive area, there is this prestigious residential complex for sale.
This property measures approximately 2,000 m2 overall and is composed of three historical buildings: the main villa, which needs full restoration, a building linked to it, and a farmhouse.
It is also possible to add another five small villas, two swimming pools, an amphitheatre, and a tennis court; the project for all has already been approved, which means works could start immediately.
This extraordinary property for sale in Cortona would be perfect as a high-level tourist accommodation facility, but it is so versatile that it could also become a healthcare facility or a gated community offering its residents high-level services and great privacy.
This stunning estate offers some elements of the most authentic Tuscan tradition, blended with the latest technologies and luxuries that are typical of recently-built prestigious properties.
Its intimate location, surrounded by approximately two hectares of grounds, is also conveniently close to all services and to the region's most historically significant tourist attractions.

Technical Details
Region: Tuscany
Province: Arezzo
Municipality: Cortona

Type: luxury real estate complex

Internal surface: 2,000 m2
External surface: 2 hectares

Main villa
Annex
FArmhouse

Arezzo 30 km - Perugia 50 km - Siena 75 km - Florence 115 km - Grosseto 124 km - San Marino 145 km 

Ref: 3285
price: 2,5M to 5M

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The history of Arezzo, a famous city in Tuscany, is marked by moments of great splendor: its ownership passed back and forth from the hands of the wealthiest and most influential noble families of the time but the city's heyday was in the 16th century, when important artists such as Giorgio Vasari (who, among other things, left important works like the Palazzo delle Logge) made significant contributions in making Arezzo an important cultural and artistic centre, as it still is nowadays.
Today the city is loved for its historical artefacts and for the unquestionable beauty of its surrounding landscapes and hamlets; that typical Tuscan countryside, praised worldwide for its charm and also for the many wonderful luxury villas and prestigious period estates that enrich the view.