A working farm and agriturism at the foot of the Pratomagno hills in a tranquil location.
In an area of outstanding beauty with ancient churches along the pilgrim route Cassia Vetus, this countryside is famous for its geomorphological formations, its legumes, the trekking and river swimming and its excellent olive oil production.Below the medieval town of Loro Ciuffenna, this ancient mill house for a total of approx. 650 sq m with its various outbuildings, sits in ca. 2.3 Ha of olive grove and woodland. The river Ciuffenna runs past and down to the Valdarno and the property is accessed by a track of ca. 1 km.There are 3 buildings forming a small hamlet with fields, orchard and olive groves surrounding it and down to the river. The main building dates back to the year 1300.The main building on 3 levels of ca. 350 sqm comprises the reception room, the 'taverna' or old mill press room where group cooking and dining happen with the original vaults, press and sink, the main apartment with 8 rooms, 3 bathrooms and a large terrace overlooking the garden. A ground floor apartment comprises 5 rooms, a bathroom, access to the laundry area and a greenhouse.An adjoining building on 2 floors comprises two apartments; one on the ground floor with 3 rooms, a bathroom, a storeroom and loggia and a first floor apartment accessed by external stairs with 3 rooms, 2 bathrooms and a terrace.The last building set closer to the pool, has a small gym and sauna area, bathrooms and changing rooms, storerooms and cellars. The floor above has an apartment with 4 rooms, 2 bathrooms a loggia and a terrace.The swimming pool of 10 x 5 mts has a pergola and paved surrounding area bordered by the original dry-stone walls. There are 400 olive trees, many fruit trees and a large vegetable garden.The area offers many activities and interesting tours involving art, history, markets, food and golf.Water is from a well and there is GPL/oil central heating.
Loro Ciuffenna 2 km • Montevarchi 9 km • Arezzo 42 km • Florence 53 km • Rome 230 km (all distances are approximate)