Tuscan farmhouse near Grosseto Tuscany, Maremma, Grosseto
2.450.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

Beautiful Tuscan farmhouse of 340 square meters of covered area, renovated and divided into four apartments, one of which is located on the ground floor, with living room with kitchenette and fireplace, two bedrooms and a bathroom, with access for the disabled and a small reserved area in the garden, and three independent apartments on the first floor consisting of a living room with kitchenette, a bedroom and bathroom. The apartments overlook a balcony and are equipped with air conditioning.

On the ground floor there is a common area, with two communicating living rooms and a well-equipped area for food preparation, with two wood-burning ovens for baking and a large stone fireplace.

The common area overlooks a beautiful corner and panoramic portico from which you can enjoy a wonderful view of the countryside as far as the sea of ​​Castiglione della Pescaia, with suggestive and spectacular sunsets. The sea can be reached in 30 minutes by car.

From the porch in front of the well-kept lawned garden you go down to the swimming pool, located lower than the house but equally panoramic. Both the lawn and the swimming pool are equipped with night lighting. The farmhouse qualifies as a rural house and is rented by the week or for each apartment or as a whole for € 2,500 per week.

The farmhouse is also equipped with a beautiful cellar carved into the local stone,

therefore well dry, and is built on a block of rock that protects it from any possible humidity. In addition to the water supply from the public Fiora aqueduct, in the garden there is an artesian well, with which the garden and lawn are irrigated, the animals are watered and the water supplied for the swimming pool.

Furthermore, next to the cellar there is a tub in reinforced concrete. of 110 cubic meters for the collection of rainwater needed for the irrigation of the lawn and garden.

The farmhouse is located in the center of a beautiful Agribio company called L'Anichino, certified by Bioagricert, consisting of 50 hectares of which 20 hectares of Mediterranean scrub forest ready to be cut, with a track that allows walking, cycling or horseback riding. .

Of the remaining 30 Ha, about 15/16 are planted with olive groves, orchards and vineyards.

The olive grove consists of about 4000 plants selected and registered in the Tuscan IGP, with which the company produces three types of single variety organic extra virgin olive oil, an orchard of about 140 plants and a vineyard with vines both for the production of white and red wine from both table grapes. For wine, the land is in the Montecucco specification, with the possibility of quotas.

The 14 Ha residues are arable land.

The soil due to its southern exposure, the altitude (260-300 meters above sea level) and the draining characteristics is very suitable for the cultivation of the vine. In fact, it has recently obtained the possibility of grafting at three levels for the cultivation of the production of DOP wine. On the estate there are: a herd of cattle in the wild, registered; fencing for pig breeding and poultry farming; a stacked stall of 75 square meters, with water and electricity.

The company leases 32 Ha of neighboring land for forage.

Possibility to build a 170 sqm house next to the farmhouse, approved by the competent bodies, with a 170 sqm basement for an agricultural shed and a solar SPA.

Furthermore, in the town planning regulations tables of the Municipality of Campagnatico, in particular in the landscape system n. 4 the "Poggi di Stertignano" from the "Urban Planning Regulations for the settled areas, section second extra-urban areas", we communicate that the property Podere Pescina del Lupo "L’Anichino" has been included in the intervention n. 3 which allows the construction of a country hotel.


  • Region Tuscany
  • Type Farm
  • Condition Restored
  • Plot500000 m2
  • Living Area340 m2
  • Location Grosseto
  • Destination Maremma
  • Olives
  • Swimming Pool
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Near to sea
  • Vineyard
  • Stable

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