XVIIth century House for sale in the medieval village of Torri on the Siena hills. The house front overlooks the ancient village (unchanged in time since listed as area of special architectural and historic interest) and the backyard is lim...ited by a 950 m2 agricultural lot with fruit bearing trees. It’s a three habitable storey building (about 213 m2) with a wide p...
A tranquil haven in the heart of Tuscany
Special offer traditional Tuscan style country house recently restored and renovated for sale: €850000
Situated in the heart of Maremma Tuscany, eight Kilometers from Massa Marittima. Surrounded by green meadows and woods, Santa Costanza is home to peace and tranquillity.
The Agricultural farm, situated in the Florentine Chianti, it extends on 7 hectares of ground of which hectares 2,50 of olive-grove, hectares 2,50 of vineyard CHIANTI DOCG with certificate , the rest in wood , heart to sow and garden of 3000 mqs.,
Beautiful Agricultural Immovable property entirely restructured on two floors for an overall of mq. 660, more a small...
New apartment within walking distance from Caprese Michelangelo centre located above the Cristallo restaurant.
The property consists of two bedrooms, dining / living room / kitchen, bathroom and service area (Total living space 71sqm) plus a porch and garden (40qm), canteen and garage. Available from now.
The Villa is composed of two floors: at ground floor are a big kitchen with fireplace, two rooms, bathroom, garage. At first floor: entry, living room, 4 rooms, big kitchen, 2 bathrooms, two balconies, ample garden on the
front, 5000 mq of cultivated grounds including olive groves.
A woods in the immediate vicinity allows for good walking along brooks and between ta...
Modern Italian was born in Tuscany, from the great literature of Dante, Petrarch and Boccaccio. Can there be a deeper bond, a greater and more noble debt owed by a nation to one of its regions, than that of the common language? But the whole of Europe is in debt to Tuscany for its extraordinary contribution to European culture. It was in Tuscany between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries that the great era of humanism and the Renaissance was born and developed, movements which radically renewed the culture and art of the time, leaving a profound and indelible mark on the common civilisation of Europe. Of that extraordinary period of history, Tuscany, starting from the regional capital Florence, bears the greatest witness. Great works of civic and religious architecture, sculpture and paintings of extraordinary artistic value, testify to the creative genius of great artists: Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo Buonarroti, and Filippo Brunelleschi. But Tuscany is not just Florence. There is Siena too, with its Piazza del Campo, the theatre each summer for its famous Palio.
In the province of Siena (also famous for its great wines, such as Chianti and Brunello) Montepulciano and Pienza stand out, extraordinary gems of renaissance art, and San Gimignano, with its famous towers and turreted houses. Then there is Pisa with its world-famous leaning tower; Carrara, with its Duomo clad in the precious marble that takes the name of the city; and also Lucca, Pistoia, Arezzo, Grosseto, Livorno, and Prato, that all boast churches and other monuments of great architectural and artistic value. The beauties of the Tuscan countryside are innumerable. Above all, its landscape: the typical, unique, gentle and warm Tuscan countryside.
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Modern Italian was born in Tuscany, from the great literature of Dante, Petrarch and Boccaccio. Can there be a deeper bond, a greater and more noble debt owed by a nation to one of its regions, than that of the common language? But the whole of Europ...More