Podere Partagnone, Cetona
Tuscany (SI)
Ref. 11061
Property type: Farmhouse
Structural condition: Partially restored
Bedrooms: 2
Property size: 190 sqm
Land: 1.5 ha (acres 3.71)
Shared environments: Reception room
Rooms: 6,5
Outbuildings: 19 sqm
Energy class: G (epgl 709.889 kWh/m*anno)
Distances: Cetona km 2, Chiusi km 9, Florence km 125, Pienza km 40, Siena km 78

The rare opportunity to buy a small farmhouse with garden, olives and lovely views close to Cetona. Small farmhouses are hard to come by in Tuscany, especially those that are independent and peaceful yet within walking distance from a beautiful medieval town such as Cetona. The upstairs is habitable whereas the downstairs is completely to restore, ideally the spaces would be reorganised to create living areas downstairs and 3 bedrooms upstairs. With plenty of space for a pool in the garden, an annex for guests or pool house and 100 olives to make your very own olive oil the only thing left to do is to let your imagination run wild.

Floors 2
Olive grove
Olives 100
Electricity: Mains
Heating: Oil
Water: Mains

Cetona is perfectly placed to visit both Tuscany and Umbria and the easy access to main line railway stations and the autostrada make day visits to Florence, Siena, Perugia and even Rome a breeze. The area has long been popular with Italians for their second homes for the beautiful countryside - a patchwork of vineyards, olive and cypress trees, not to mention the fabulous restaurants and year round festivals and markets.

The sale includes around 1.5 hectares of land, ample garden for landscaping and a pool, whilst the olive grove with around 100 trees is situated just on the opposite side of the lane. A spring runs through the property providing water for the garden and with relevant permissions there is the possibility of creating a well for irrigation. The views are over fields and across to the town of Cetona.

A small annex that was once pig sties could be transformed into a pool house, small guest annex or studio given the relevant permit.
The wood oven is situated to the rear of the main house.

Currently only the upstairs is habitable, accessed via an external staircase and features;
Beamed ceilings throughout
Kitchen with fireplace
Sitting room
2 bedrooms
Bathroom with bath

The ground floor rooms have been left untouched therefore maintain their original features of barrel vaulted ceilings in places and the old ‘mangiatoio’ where the animals used to eat. With 90 sq.m on this floor there is ample space for a kitchen, dining and sitting room.