In the heart of Val d’Orcia, in a unique and dominant position, we can admire “Colle Paradiso”, the prestigious stone farmhouse, completely restored and finished with high-quality materials and constructional choices. The farmhouse for sale is situated in one of the most beautiful areas of Tuscany, 2 km away from the village of Campiglia d’Orcia (Si), within the Natural Park of Val d’Orcia – the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The strength of the farmhouse, surrounded by the most unique landscapes in the world, besides its enjoyable absolute privacy, is definitely its privileged location between Val D’Orcia and Amiata.
“Colle Paradiso” is spread on several levels and has a gross area of about 400 sqm + 40 sqm of utility rooms:
The ground floor:
A spacious entrance with a mezzanine, ideal for reading entertainment, a beautiful and spacious living room with marble fireplace and vaulted ceiling, a dining room also with fireplace, a large kitchen, a bedroom, currently used as a laundry, but with a possibility of being transformed into the fifth bedroom, a bedroom with bathroom, a guest bathroom.
On the first floor:
A beautiful living room with fireplace and a characteristic balcony, which can also be accessed from outside, via the ancient stairway. On this floor, there are also three beautiful bedrooms and three en-suite bathrooms.
At the basement level, separated from the farmhouse, there are two utility rooms, one for the swimming pool and one for the general electric panel, the boiler room, the irrigation control unit and with a space for firewood. In front of this place, there is an open parking space for two cars.
Next to the farmhouse, with a view of Val d’Orcia, we can find a beautiful panoramic salt-water swimming pool of 16 x 4,5 m, incorporating the proportions of the ancient Roman bath and surrounded by ancient travertine slabs.
The property includes a garden of about 9500 sqm, full of gorse bushes and aromatic plants.
The sale price also includes furniture that correspond the original features of the farmstead and enrich it with the elements of antiques and pieces dated back to the 50s.