Tuscan farmhouse for sale in Arezzo

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In Arezzo there is this typical Tuscan farmhouse for sale; it was totally renovated in the 1980s.
This villa is in a charming hilly area, in a private setting and surrounded by a park that measures approximately 3,000 m2, home to a stunning swimming pool measuring over 90 m2. 
This estate has been extended and is currently divided into two residential units, accessible from a gate and a driveway where there is also a covered car park that measures approximately 65 m2.
This villa for sale measures 800 m2 overall and is composed of the main estate and two independent annexes.
The main house has three floors: on the ground floor there is a large living room, a kitchen, a pantry, a dining area, a bathroom, a storage room and a staircase leading to the first floor, where there is the sleeping area with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. On the second floor there is an attic fit for residential use.
This luxurious farmhouse is perfect as a private home but also offers several options to convert it into a tourist-accommodation facility. 
This farmhouse for sale in Arezzo fully enjoys the traditional atmosphere of the Tuscan countryside, with the scents and colours the whole world envies.

Technical Details
Region: Tuscany
Province: Arezzo
Municipality: Arezzo

Internal surface: 795.5 m2
External surface: 3,000 m2

Main villa: 441.5 m2
Annex 1: 137 m2
Annex 2: 217 m2
Loggia: 36.43 m2
6 bedrooms
7 bathrooms
Swimming pool: 96 m2
Car park: 65 m2

Arezzo km 5  - Cortona km 20 – Florence km 65 – Perugia km 86 – Golf Club km 3 – Florence Airport  km 70 

Ref: 1864
price: Up to 2,5M


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Tuscany Arezzo

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 rendering 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, ancient castles and typical Tuscan farmhouses that enrich the view.