Travel between the nature and return to the old flavors of the farm once the oaks
10 roomsLiveable floor area : 2,150 Sq.ft.
Ground surface : 25 acres
- View : Panoramic, dominant, country side, swimming pool, garden/park, fantastic sunset
- Kids welcome
- Setting : Agricultural, Tranquil
- Forest at <165'
- Golf, Festival, Horse riding, Culture, Fishing
- Pets friendly
- Exposure : South-east
- Ad verified, documents requested
- Booking request in real time
- Lowest price, direct contact with the owner
- No commission is charged for the contact between proprietor and tenant or the transaction
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The Farm is a recently renovated stone cottage in a panoramic position. Surrounded by a park of oak trees. The farm allows guests to stay in close contact with nature (because very close to the Natural Reserve of Monte Rufeno) and at the same time to walk to the village of Torre Alfina, pretty village dominated by a castle made of local stone. Its location is particularly favorable for excursions in Tuscany, Umbria and Latium hills. The house is divided into two apartments. Tastefully decorated, without being too pretentious, it has cozy and comfortable. Each room has different colors, in keeping with the bathrooms. Each apartment has central heating. The house is divided into two apartments are tastefully furnished, the rooms are comfortable and cozy. Each room has different colors, in keeping with the bathrooms. The apartments are equipped with kitchen linen and towels, crockery, heating. At guests' disposal: laundry, swimming pool
Interior Stone-Built House with View: panoramic, dominant, country side, ...
Exterior Gîte - Self Catering in Setting: agricultural, tranquil
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The Farm is located in Torre Alfina, a small village on the Via Francigena, which was developed around the castle from which it originated, dominated by Monaldeschi. With the extinction of the family the castle passed to the Marquis Bourbon del Monte, who kept it until 1881 when it was purchased and restored by the Marquis Edward Cahen, lying in the gardens of the castle in a mausoleum in the Gothic style. Walking through the narrow streets of the village are discovered characteristic angles, squares, ancient houses built with materials of different colors from the lava of the volcano. The views of the village open to the sight of huge vistas that stretch into the distance: to the west the summit of Mount Amiata and Cetona that of the north.