In the south of Tuscany, in the heart of Val d'Orcia, in the municipality of Radicofani, near the Via Francigena, ancient restored farmhouse from the 17th century, with a gross floor area of approx. 490 sq.m and 18,000 sq.m of land around with lush trees, in a quiet, secluded location, with panoramic 360 ° views not far from Lazio and Umbria.
The farm was originally originally a trading post. Subsequently, it was used exclusively as a farmhouse. The first mention can be found in the Radicofani archives, which dates back to around 1650. In a hilly and dominant position with an exceptional 360 ° panoramic view that reaches visibility on a clear day up to around 100 km away. Here you can enjoy the utmost privacy, relaxation and feel comfortable out of the chaos and noise of the city. The cypress trees follow the lines of the avenue that leads to the farmhouse built in old squared stone and positioned on two levels of which the lower needs some finishing work where previously there were stables and warehouses. The ground floor, measuring around 240m2, is made up of old stables and storage areas, some with cobblestone floors and four large brick arches. Suitable to build some apartments or a large living room with entrance hall dining room, study, kitchen, bedrooms with bathroom. The entire ground floor is in semi-restored condition. The upper floor has around 130 sq.m of living space and can be reached via an ancient travertine staircase with portico. It consists of a spacious kitchen with furniture, fireplace and iron stove, follows a large living room with fireplace, a bedroom, a study, a small hallway, a storeroom and the bathroom to be finished. Behind the farm there are the ruins of stone walls that allow the construction of an outbuilding of approximately 60 sq.m maximum. The farm also has two rainwater collecting tanks for around 25mc and a pond with around 30m diameter, to be used for irrigation. A small grove of pine trees, typical trees, bushes, cypresses, olive trees, elm, oak, cedar, bay, rosemary, oleander, etc. surround the property giving visibility and operating as a windbreak. During the restoration, particular attention was paid to the use of materials, strictly original and to the preservation of the typical and traditional features of the Tuscan farmhouse.
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