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Montecchio is an elegant farmhouse situated on the highest hill overlooking the valley of Saturnia. This prime location offers an extraordinary panorama.The estate was built in the late XIX century by Count Piccolomini (owner at the time of the castle of Triana and thousands of hectares of land in the area) for its bailiff: the shape of the house is a horseshoe, originally the ground floor there were stables, the shelter of the tractors and the barn and the house upstairs. The house has been completely restored maintaining the typical construction features.The farm has 45 hectares divided into woodland, pasture-land, pine forest and olive groves, from which the own oil is produced. The surrounding park is composed mainly of pine and olive trees. The house has been restored in 2008 by the present owners.The 500sqm main house has a total of 8 bedrooms and 7 bathroom. It is actually divided into 5 apartments, each with a kitchenette, living room, bedroom and bathroom. 2 more living rooms and a large kitchen. The layout of the house could be easily transformed and brought back to one single house. Pergola for eating outdoors. 60 sqm annexes, pool 10x4m.Garden around the house with irrigation, 8 hectares fenced. 45 hectares with 18 hectares arable land, 27 hectares woods. 70 olive trees and fruit trees. Mushrooms and truffles during the season.Utilities: all present, LPG, wood and pellets heating.Saturnia with the famous spas: 7 km, Semproniamo 7 km. 50 km to the coast. Roma airport 160 km; Pisa 200 km.

Key Information

Property ID: 27893278
Location: Italy, Tuscany, Grosseto, Semproniano
Categories:
  • House
  • House
Bedrooms: 10
Bathrooms: 7
Price:
  • £1,311,569
  • €1,450,000
  • $1,604,430
Short Description:

Montecchio is an elegant farmhouse situated on the highest hill overlooking the valley of Saturnia. This prime location offers an extraordinary panorama.The estate was built in the late XIX century by Count Piccolomini (owner at the time of the castle of