Luxury stone house with Pool Tuscany, Maremma, Grosseto
1.350.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

Completely renovated stone house near the Monte Amiata. The house is about 150 years old, thick walls. Wonderfully accessible via a cemented path, completely fenced, 2 driveways. The house is 320mq in size, with the covered porch and behind the large terrace. Below the house pool 10 x 5, 1.60m deep. The property includes about 1.4ha of land
(not directly at the house, forest) with a water source. Around the farmhouse there is a beautiful garden of 4500m2 with various balconies, a summer kitchen, external bathroom and double carport next to it.
The porch is most of the time and in any weather the center of life, it offers beautiful views of the hills. Diagonally on the left is the Buddhist center, which was visited by actor Richard Gere.
Double living room with open kitchen, TV / study, 1 bedroom with shower room.
Living room on the first floor, large bedroom with a very special bath with tiled stove, separate shower another bedroom. Along the house a terrace. Horses, biking, mountain biking, meditation, golf course

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type House
  • Condition Restored
  • Plot4500 m2
  • Living Area320 m2
  • Location Grosseto
  • Destination Maremma
  • Olives
  • Swimming Pool
  • Garage
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Fencing
  • Garden
  • Stable

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