Traditional Tuscan farmhouse from the end of the 1800 for sale in Chiusi (Tuscany), ancient Etruscan and roman town famous for its Etruscan tombs, its underground tunnels and historic center of extraordinary beauty. The house that has been recently renovated develop on two levels of a total of approx. 250 sqm and features a traditional stone façade and indoors it has all the characteristics of a traditional rustic farmhouse like terracotta floors, wooden window frames and doors, brickwork arch and kitchen. To complete the property approx. 14000 sqm of land used as a very well-kept garden, vegetable garden, olive grove, fruit orchard and small vineyard, an annex of approx. 100 sqm now used as a garage and fire-wood storage and an underground cellar of 70 sqm. The estate enjoys total privacy even if it is not isolated and an one km gravel road brings you to the closest village.
Property Ref: 0CHI1464
Where: Chiusi, Province: Siena, Region: Tuscany.
Type: Farmhouse on two levels of a total of 250 sqm, from the end of the 1800 with vegetable garden, olive grove, orchard and small vineyard, an annex of 100 sqm and an underground cellar of 70 sqm.
Conditions: Recently renovated.
Land: Approx. 14000 used as vegetable garden, olive grove, orchard and small vineyard.
Swimming-pool: Possibility to build one.
Garage: Yes, in the annex building.
Parking: Out-door parking spaces.
Annex: 100 sqm. Now used as garage and fire-wood storage.
Well: Water-tank to collect rainwater.
Layout: Ground floor: Dining room, Kitchen, Hallway, Livingroom with small study area. Bathroom;
First floor: Three double bedrooms of which one with en-suite bathroom and terrace,
Distance to amenities: 1,5 km.
Distance to main airports: Perugia 63 km, Florence 137 km, Rome 194 km.
Gravel road: Approx. 1 km.
Utilities: Fixed telephone line: Available. Wi-Fi: Available. Heating: LPG gas, new heating system installed in 2015. Water supply: Water tank for collection of rainwater and cesspools. Electricity: Available.
Automatic gate. New roof. New heating system in 2015.