Picture No. 37
64.20 Ac(25.98 Ha)
Asking price €2,095,000(£1,847,974)

Villa TravigneCortona, Arezzo, Tuscany

  • Freehold

Key features

  • Large pool with motorised cover
  • Olive groves
  • Syrah vineyard - recently planted
  • Woodland
  • Stunning views of Cortona
  • External cooking/BBQ facilities

Meticulously restored and fantastically positioned Tuscan stone villa set in 64 acres of land with views to Cortona.

About this property

  • This large country estate lies in a panoramic position above the Pergo valley with views to Cortona in the near distance. The house has been fully restored with many original features having been maintained and top quality materials used throughout. The house is characterised by large open rooms, particularly the main living room that connects the main building to the two bedroom outbuilding. This living room has huge glass doors at the front to make the most of the picture postcard view to Cortona. There is a large, fully equipped modern kitchen and a formal dining room with stone fireplace on the ground floor, as well as two double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. In total there are 3 working fireplaces in the house, as well as a cantina for wine storage. The first floor has a main bedroom suite with a huge bathroom and a living room with corner fireplace and a mezzanine library area. There is a second main bedroom on the top floor, with an old red brick fireplace and a large en suite bathroom. Between the main living room and the 2 bedroom outbuilding is a covered dining area with cooking equipment, wet bar and a barbecue. Above the complex is the large heated pool, with an expanse of stone paved solarium area and a motorised metal cover. There is also an external shower at the pool with hot water and a bathroom servicing the pool area. The property is complete with some 26 hectares of land, including 200 olive trees, a recently planted Syrah grape vineyard and woodland.

Local information

  • Cortona, Tuscany

Additional information

  • Cortona is the Tuscan hill town made famous by Francis Mayes in her book Under the Tuscan Sun. Surrounded by 3,000 year old Etruscan walls, much of this history of the town is maintained through the varied architecture. With beautiful views over the Val di Chiana and towards lake Trasimeno, Cortona is an attractive place to spend some time. Worth visiting are the Church of the Madonna del Calcinaio painted by Francesco di Giorgio Martini, (1485-1513), the Palazzo Comunale and Palazzo Casali which house the Museo dell'Accademia Etrusca, and the Museo Diocesano with works by Signorelli, Beato Angelico, Sassetta, Lorenzetti, etc.
  • Directions: Cortona - 8 kms Florence - 115 kms Florence airport - 130 kms Pisa - 200 kms Rome 209 kms