Look at this lovely ancient, rustic Stone House for Sale in Tuscany! Can you imagine this as your very own vacation home in Tuscany? In the gorgeous ancient village of Coreglia AntelMinelli, it’s about 45 minutes to Lucca & about 2 hours to Florence!
It’s nicely renovated, stunning & it’s rustic, dating from 1585!
Coreglia AntelMinelli is a mountain town in in the Serchio Valley, located in a splendid panoramic position with the Apennines at its back. The earliest mentions of the town date to the 10th century and attest to how this community has been tied to Lucca’s fortunes since its foundation.
This charming, ancient stone house for sale in Tuscany has many lovely original architectural features including an impressive fireplace, gorgeous wood floors, arched doorways, wood beam ceilings throughout & thick stone & plaster walls. Fully restored to a nice standard, it’s ready for you to move in!
A date stone in the house confirms the age of the property as 1585. This village house of about 100m² over 2 floors, has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath & has been nicely restored. It’s got a good sized cave holding the central heating system.
The terrace & garden is gorgeous, covered in wisteria, giving the house the name Casa Glisine. There’s an outdoor sink & woodburning fireplace on the terrace! You and /or your rental guests can enjoy Aperol & fresh homemade pizza on the terrace on those hot summer nights!
This stunning property for sale in Italy sits on the edge of a medieval village which has the modest amenities & conveniences that you need. Whether you choose to enjoy this ‘lock up & leave’ property for your own vacation home in Tuscany, or as a highly profitable seasonal vacation rental investment in Italy, this is a decent price for a property of this size.
Tuscany is known for its landscapes, history, artistic legacy, and its influence on high culture. It is regarded as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and has been home to many figures influential in the history of art and science, and contains well-known museums such as the Uffizi and the Pitti Palace.