Beautiful manor house with annexe, additional villa and land in Arezzo. Including a property that was a former railway tollbooth, this charming property is located in the heart of Italy, near the historic city of Arezzo. The property is then surrounded by land, mostly wooded, which guarantees privacy and tranquility. The construction of the main villa dates back to the 30s, while the others to the 80s of the twentieth century.
Torrino, where the property is located, is part of the municipality of Arezzo, Tuscany. It is a small hamlet that is only 9 km from the historical centre of the city. The town offers countless works of art and museums. In fact, in Arezzo there are the frescoes by Piero della Francesca, the Loggiato di Piazza Grande designed by Giorgio Vasari where the historical re-enactment of the Giostra del Saracino takes place in June and September. 30 km to the south is Cortona. Going north we find the Casentino valley, rich in Romanesque churches and imposing castles surrounded by oak and chestnut woods. The nearest airports, Florence and Bologna, are 75 km and 180 km away respectively.
The property consists of three main structures: a “main” villa of about 380 sqm. developed on two floors above ground, a small villa of about 165 sqm. (former railway tollbooth of the Arezzo-Sansepolcro-Fossato di Vico line) and an outbuilding of the main villa (two floors), which develops for about 160 square meters. The property includes a large garden and other buildings consisting of a double garage, a cellar, woodshed and tool shed. The main villa, in terms of construction, dates back to the '30s while the other buildings date back to the '80s.
State and finishes
The properties are in need of renovation, although the manor house has recently undergone static renovation in 2006. Presence of wind power plant for autonomous production of electricity.
The land surrounding the property covers 10 hectares with the following characteristics: 4 hectares of park and tall woodland, 6 hectares with leeks and chestnut trees; artesian wells and two springs; the land is irrigated by stable pipes; irrigation system for hedges and flowerbeds; presence of natural boundaries, represented by ditches, municipal roads and the Due Mari highway (Grosseto-Fano).
The property is perfectly suitable for private use or can be converted into a high standard accommodation, as the characteristics of the property would allow the construction of a heliport and a swimming pool.