New stone house with large Land in Scansano Tuscany, Maremma, Grosseto
600.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

In the green and unspoiled Maremma, about 6km from the town famous for its wine, Scansano, lies this unique property of its kind. From the main road leading to the town, you take a dirt road, which is almost exclusively passable by off-road vehicles and requires annual treatment or must provide for asphalting. The route is about 1 Km and from here begins the already large property of 10 hectares. Arrived at the end, we go from a forested area to actually a real paradise, before you a completely new house with a 270 ° panorama of the surrounding greenery with a glimpse of the sea. The property also continues downhill on the front and sides of the house where there is also an olive grove and a vineyard.

House: ended the street there you faced a big patch where to park cars and a garage. The house is surrounded on two sides (front and left side) by a covered veranda with view on the pool and the panorama. Accessible only from outside is the heater room with high quality heater.
From the back of the house you can directly access the first floor through a veranda / terrace with grills and benches where you can relax in the shade.
The front of the house has two entrances, one to the kitchen and one in the living room.
The pool is immediately in front of. It is in rough state and needs to be completed, but once completed will transmit a lot of emotions.
On the ground floor is the kitchen, complete with Miele appliances and a dining area.
Large living room with a central staircase leading to the first floor and fireplace (only missing is the fireplace itself, chimney already present).
Behind a door there is a small toilet and laundry area.
First floor: three double bedrooms, all with panoramic views, large bathroom with shower and balcony / veranda leading Carpark / back of the house.
The house is the result of a demolition with reconstruction, the façade is made from stones taken from the excavations and due to the large sizes of the property it is possible to build a second building of 80sqm.

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type House
  • Condition Small renovation
  • Plot100000 m2
  • Living Area189 m2
  • Location Grosseto
  • Destination Maremma
  • Olives
  • Swimming Pool
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Seaview
  • Fencing
  • Garden
  • Near to sea
  • Vineyard

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