The landscape was like a verse of poetry that creates itself. (Virginia Wolf)
After passing through the gate of this house we are immediately greeted by the wonderful nature. Its beautiful park invites us to savor the beauty that surrounds us and the porch to give us a moment of relaxation.
We are in Suvereto, in the open countryside, surrounded by greenery, in a panoramic position with a view that sweeps to the sea. In a quiet area and at the same time not isolated and easily accessible along the country road (for 800 meters) in excellent condition.
This beautiful stone farmhouse has an annex and land of about 3 hectares totally fenced with 200 olive trees. The main building of about 270 square meters was completely renovated in 2009 and enjoys a view of the surrounding hills and the Tuscan Archipelago. The property includes 2 other buildings: a habitable outbuilding and an agricultural annex.
The original and characteristic stone farmhouse has an excellent exposure and dominant position.
On the ground floor there is a large living room with ceilings partly with wooden beams and partly with brick vaults, dining room, large kitchen, large pantry and bathroom. On the first floor, which is accessed by a beautiful open staircase, there is a master bedroom with private bathroom and walk-in closet and a further three bedrooms with another bathroom. From the beautiful terrace on the first floor you can enjoy a wide panoramic view over the valley and the sea.
Furthermore, in front of the cottage there is an annex (100 sqm), a small annex (50 sqm) and a garage (60 sqm).
The interiors of the house have excellent finishes, equipped with heating, the main one on the floor, the other traditional. The main cottage internally has elm parquet flooring on the ground floor and oak parquet flooring on the first floor. The kitchen and bathrooms have stone flooring, the main one in Rapolano travertine. Wooden window frames with triple glazing. The underfloor heating is powered by pellets. In the main cottage there is an air conditioning system and an anti-theft system. The portico of the main building has a Rapolano travertine flooring.
The land is used as a park and arable land with olive trees (200), with a well inside that feeds two underground cisterns, as well as water supply from the municipal aqueduct.
The current owner uses the property as a private residence even if the solution is well suited to be partially rented or used as a B&B.