This restored villa is located in a small hamlet on a hill not far from Monterchi. The property is easily reached and provided with all the necessary services by the nearby town (2km; 5’). Other centers of Tuscany and Umbria are quickly reached in less than two hours: the medieval towns of Anghiari (11km; 15’) and Monte Santa Maria Tiberina (14km; 25’), Città di Castello (15km; 20’), Sansepolcro (16km; 20’), the hometown of Michelangelo (28km; 35’), Arezzo (28km; 30’), the Etruscan city of Cortona (43km; 55’), Gubbio (64km; 1h), Montepulciano (75km; 1h 10’), the Franciscan shrine of Assisi (83km; 1h 5’), the beautiful Siena (94km; 1h 25’) and the unrivaled Florence (109km; 1h 35’). The most convenient airports to reach the property are Perugia San Francesco (66km; 50’), Firenze Vespucci (121km; 1h 25’), Pisa Galilei (181km; 2h 5’), Bologna Marconi (192km; 2h 10’), Roma Ciampino (253km; 2h 45’) and Roma Fiumicino (268km; 2h 45’). DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDINGS The villa (205 sqm – 2,205 sqft, 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms) is laid over two floors organized as follows: - Ground floor: entrance room, living room with fireplace, kitchen, two bedrooms (one with access to the panoramic terrace) and bathroom; - First floor: living room, three bedrooms and bathroom. A two-story independent apartment (35 sqm – 377 sqft, 1 bedrooms and 1 bathroom) is located on the western side of the building and houses a kitchen with pantry on the lower floor and a bedroom with bathroom on the upper floor. The property is then completed by a cellar (30 sqm – 323 sqft) and a warehouse (30 sqm – 323 sqft) located each at the opposite sides of the main building and provided with independent accesses. STATE AND FINISHES The villa was recently restored and boasts common features of Tuscan countryside buildings: wooden beams with terracotta tiles, stone-and-cotto floorings, stone fireplaces and wooden fixtures. EXTERNAL AREA The villa boasts a nice garden landscaped along the soft slope of the hill which ends with a pool area. The 14 × 7 m basin is surrounded by a terracotta-paved solarium. The remaining land (1.1 ha) is registered as arable land.