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The home, renovated at the end of 2005 and in excellent condition, is in the Upper Maremma of Tuscany, in “Prata”, a hamlet part of the medieval village of Suvereto, known as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy and recognized as such by the “orange flag” (bandiera arancione) initiative.
The free standing home (120 m² / 1292 ft² approx) has a porticato (23 m² / 248 ft² approx) and a garage (23 m² / 248 ft² approx). The home is surrounded by a garden/yard (244 m² / 2626 ft² approx).
The living quarters consist of a living room, a kitchen, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a storage room. The garage is part of the home with the same high finish level including quality flooring.
The house is equipped with a LPG system for heating. There is also an air conditioning system (which includes a heat pump for an alternative source of heat).
It is perfect for children: neighboring one side of the property is a playground owned by the town.
Beach lovers: various beautiful fine sand beaches can be reached by car within half an hour.
Lovers of good wine will be pleased to know the Suvereto area is well known for its wineries, including Petra, designed by famous Swiss architect Mario Botta.
Affordable Tuscan living doesn't get better than this!
|Building type||Single family home|
|Area (m²) m²|
|Kitchen 🍳︎||Abitabile · Dine-in|
|Lift / elevator 🛗︎||✗|
|Garden / Yard 🏡︎||✓|
|Swimming pool 🏊︎||✗|
|Condition||Ottima · Excellent|
|Energy rating||G 324.8 kWh/m² anno|
|Heating 🔥︎||GPL · LPG|
|Windows 🪟︎||Doppi vetri · Double glazing|
|Est. expenses (€/month)||0|
|Tax at time of sale|
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