917,636 $ / 782,103 €
This farmhouse, with history back to 1600, is constructed completely of stone and consists of two units. Within easy access to the Medieval borough of Anghiari Antico Mulino, this sun-kissed property is perfect for either a family home, or, holiday retreat.
MAIN UNIT DESCRIPTION
Ground floor: Entrance; open concept dining room/lounge with great old stone fireplace; living room with stone fireplace; kitchen with storage room; children’s room; bathroom. Original handmade terracotta tiles grace all of the floors; the ceilings consist of wooden beams and those terracotta tiles; all rooms in the home access the garden area. The kitchen flows into the stunning patio with pergola, where you can exquisitely dine and drink-in the fragrant surroundings.
First Floor: A stone staircase leads from the main entrance door to the first floor hallway, followed by the master bedroom and en suite; an additional room useable as an office then leads to three additional bedrooms and a bathroom. Again, the floors are in old handmade terracotta files and parquet; ceilings are in exposed wooden beams and terracotta tiles.
SELF-CONTAINED SECOND UNIT
The current owners lovingly restored the most historical portion of the property–where the mill was once located. This space houses a kitchen with lounge and old stone fireplace on the ground floor; this floor also includes a dining room with easy access to the patio and Pergola. The first floor could not be more user-friendly–one bedroom with en suite, and, another bedroom with a bathroom. This Unit would perfectly accommodate vacation renters, or, family/friends.
Note: The owners would consider selling the two units individually.
Anghiari is one of Italy’s best kept secrets. Sitting high above the Valtiberina Valley is the beautiful and unspoiled medieval village which is approached by one of the longest straightest roads I’ve ever seen.
The lovely thing about this town is it is still genuine and the locals who live here are often seen sitting and chatting away in the towns various bars. It has 3 butchers here, 3 grocers, 4 bars and a few shops including the famous Busatti Linen shop.
The local theatre is very quaint and pretty and holds regular events varying from classical music to contemporary dance.
There are many little churches all individual and beautiful and there is of course the museum.
The annual Palio is held every year on 29th June where the locals can be seen parading and riding on horses in medieval costumes. There are also many food festivals (Sagra) including the Bringoli festival (a thick hand- made spaghetti)
Florence is just over an hour drive away but you can also catch the train from Arezzo.