ITALY, TUSCANY, SIENA, CASTIGLIONE D’ORCIA
Farmhouse of about 300 sqm with land in the historic center with breathtaking views of the Val d’Orcia
The property is divided into three floors; on the street level we find a wooden door that leads us to two large cellars, one of which is currently used as an exhibition of paintings and photos.
Entering a small electric gate we find ourselves in the garden of the property where you can relax accompanied by a panoramic view of the Val d’Orcia.
Adjacent to the garden there is a door that leads to the second floor, used as a B&B, it consists of four rooms (all with en-suite bathroom), a small living room, a kitchenette and an entrance hall with a fireplace.
Also in the garden we find an external stone staircase that leads us to the apartment located on the second floor consisting of a large living room with fireplace, a kitchen, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a storage room.
The property is completed by a storeroom of 30 sqm currently under renovation that can be used as a studio/detached annex, consisting of its own garden and its own private parking, and a garage of 60 sqm.
Condition and Finishes
Partially renovated stone property with all systems connected and working.
The property consists of a large garden with gazebo, barbecue and a well (not connected) as well as a plot of 2500 sqm with olive trees, fruit trees and vegetable garden adjacent to the property.
Within the grounds we find a panoramic terrace used as a solarium, with views of the Rock and the surrounding Valley.
in addition there is a private parking lot with 6 parking spaces.
The property lends itself perfectly to be used as a first home to live both summer and winter in a typical Tuscan village or as a second home to rent out in the summer periods.
The property is located in Castiglione d’ Orcia in the province of Siena.
Castiglione d’Orcia is a small village nestled in the landscape of the Val d’Orcia.
Located on a hill on the northern slope of Mount Amiata, it includes the medieval towns of Rocca d’Orcia, Campiglia d’Orcia, Vivo d’Orcia and Ripa d’Orcia as well as the spa town of Bagni San Filippo.
The medieval village is characterized by small, steep alleys; it has a 17th-century square and the Romanesque church of Santa Maria Maddalena.
Castiglione d’Orcia still has the image it had in the Middle Ages, especially in the center of the Borgo and the walls that surrounded it.
All that remains of Antiquity is an arched stone gate, the only one of the four ancient gates that still existed in the 18th century.
From Castiglione d’Orcia we can easily reach Bagno Vignoni, San Quirico d’Orcia, Pienza and Montalcino.