ITALY, TUSCANY, GROSSETO, CIVITELLA MARITTIMA
Wonderful agricultural estate of about 550 hectares with hunting reserve, large olive grove, agriturismo business with restaurant and wonderful swimming pool.
The property is located at the top of a gentle hill and within easy each of the Siena to Grosseto road. You reach the property along a convenient ‘white’ (untarmacked) road immersed in the countryside.
The main villa has been used as tourist accommodation for a total of 12 bedrooms, and there is also a restaurant and large common areas.
A short distance from the villa there are other buildings, currently divided into apartments and dedicated to hospitality.
The potential of this agriturismo is very strong. The presence of several farmhouses to be renovated, not far from the main villa, allow the creation of new areas to be dedicated either to other bedrooms or apartments or as a wellness center.
An old farmhouse, currently in ruins, stands within the property and enjoys, in addition to a wonderful view of the countryside, privacy and exclusive land where you can create a second panoramic swimming pool.
The property dedicated to agritourism is in excellent condition, with no major works needed, and the systems are up to standard. The floors are ceramic and terracotta, exposed wooden beams characterize the ceilings while the exterior is stone.
The farmhouses to be renovated should be redesigned and, depending on the needs of the new owner, can be converted.
The villa is served by a wonderful swimming pool with a large green space for organizing events and lunches. The land is 550 hectares, 100 hectares of which is arable land, 150 hectares are olive grove, 120 hectares are cork oak woodland, 150 hectares are further woodland and 110 hectares are hunting reserve. Within the property there is no shortage of springs and wells to easily manage irrigation.
The estate in Civitella Paganico is perfect for those who want to invest in a high-level agriturismo business and for those who want to manage a large farm with high potential both in terms of residential areas and in terms of planting new crops.
Civitella Marittima, a village of ancient Etruscan-Roman origins, is situated on a hill overlooking the Maremma and the Colli Senesi. It stands on a hill covered in cypress and olive trees, where the eye can admire a landscape that slopes down to the Maremma plain and the Tyrrhenian coast. The village was the seat of the Ardengheschi aristocratic family, which left important examples of Romanesque architecture in this area, such as the beautiful Badia di San Lorenzo al Lanzo, also known as Badia Ardenghesca.