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Surrounded by lush trees and the rolling hills of the Tuscan countryside, this farmhouse offers a taste of rural Tuscan life without sacrificing proximity to the region’s charming towns and cities. Explore nearby Arezzo, take a daytrip to gorgeous Cortona, or simply enjoy a day beside the private pool.
(3000 m2) This independent, semidetached unit is part of a typical stone Tuscan farmhouse. The other side of the farmhouse is occupied by the owner’s relatives during the weekends, and there’s another house on the property belonging to American friends of the owner. The villa has a private pool (12 x 6 m, open May to October) and its own private garden area with a barbeque and table and chairs for al fresco dining. There’s also outdoor private parking.
(140 m2) Ground floor: This floor has a large eat-in kitchen equipped with a dishwasher and a fireplace. There is a dining room with table and chairs, and a sitting room with couches, chairs, and a fireplace. There’s a small laundry room with a washing machine and an ironing board and iron. There is one bedroom on this floor, with a queen-size bed (160 cm). There’s also a bathroom with a bathtub, sink, and toilet. First floor: Up a flight of stairs, this floor has 2 bedrooms. The first has a queen-size bed (160 cm) as well as a single bed (100 cm). The second has twin-beds (100 cm). The two rooms share a bathroom what has a shower, two sinks, and a toilet.
Extra Services: The following are listed as an aid for trip planning; the services and prices are approximate and cannot be guaranteed by Rentvillas. All extra services are payable locally in cash. Firewood Available: 50 Euro per week Housekeeping Available: 17 Euro per hour Babysitting Available: Upon request Please Note: Relatives of the owners occupy another unit in the same building on the weekends. There is another house on the property
This farmhouse is located in Tuscany, in the province of Arezzo. Subbiano, five kilometers away, has food shops, restaurants, and cafes. A short drive away, Arezzo is a short drive away and was the setting for Roberto Benigni's Life is Beautiful. It is a city characterized by an array of architectural styles, from Etruscan ruins to the Roman amphitheater and the Medici Fortress. The first weekend of each month features a popular antique fair, and the town also hosts an annual festival called Joust of the Saracens, in which all of the citizens dress in medieval attire to watch knights charge at a target. Arezzo also has a train station, convenient for accessing other cities in Tuscany. Further than Arezzo but still close by, you can visit a convent in La Verna and a monastery in Camaldoli. Possible daytrips include the hillside village of Poppi, Cortona, and Florence. Siena 100 km Florence 65 Cortona 50 Anghiari 30 km Poppi 23 Arezzo 17 km Subbiano 5 km
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Dec 20 2014 - Jan 3 2015
7 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.