ITALY, TUSCANY, GROSSETO, MAREMMA
Old farmhouse in the countryside of Maremma.
The farmhouse is divided into 3 independent apartments but easily reconnected into a single unit, for a total of 7 cadastral units of about 604 square meters, with the possible addition of 40 sqm and the main villa with an addition of 200 sqm.
Each bedroom has its own bathroom, for a total of 10 bathrooms and 10 bedrooms, 4 kitchens, 4 living rooms a study and technical room.
The property is entirely surrounded by a large garden of about 1.5 hectares where there are 129 young olive trees (Frantoiano, Leccino and Moraiolo). The crops do not undergo any treatment and the surrounding fields are all organic.
On the grounds there is an original Vivarelli antique windmill, the large swimming pool with its lemon house beside it, and a pond that with the two cisterns have the function of collecting rainwater.
In addition, there are verandas, pergolas and terraces around the whole house, which allow outdoor dining at different times of the day.
Condition and finishes
The structure has been completely renovated keeping the features and trying to save the materials of the 13th century customs house. The finishes are simple and elegant, the materials are left exposed such as concrete, stone, bricks and wood, for a rustic and Tuscan style.
Each room enjoys lots of light which allows you to view the typical landscapes of the Tuscan Maremma.
Thanks to its strategic location, the structure is ideal for relaxing in complete tranquility immersed in the greenery and silence of the countryside. The structure lies 30 m above sea level which allows us to be in an area that is always ventilated.
The farmhouse can be used as a single property or continue to be divided into 3 apartments and used as a guest house or bed and breakfast business.
The property enjoys a flat location, immersed in the green and total tranquility of the Maremma area, but only 30 minutes from the sea and within walking distance of the most important services. Not to be underestimated are the magnificent sunsets with views of the islands of Giglio and Argentario and medieval towns such as Vetulonia.