6 Bedroom House For Sale
Located in the historic town centre of Sansepolcro, this spacious Tuscan townhouse is divided into three apartments and has a stunning, south-facing walled garden of 280 square metres and a 45 square metre roof terrace.
There are two entrances to the property; the principal one from the street which opens into the ground floor hallway, and a second one through the walled garden which is shaded by an enormous Magnolia tree which as well as being absolutely beautiful provides privacy. There is an east facing garden room which is totally separate from the rest of the house and there is also a handy loo which is accessed from the garden.
The first apartment is on the ground floor off the principal hallway. Here there is a sitting room/kitchen with doors to the garden, a large bedroom with two windows opening onto the quiet street and a bathroom with shower.
Stairs lead up to the first floor and the second (principal) apartment in which the current owners reside. There is a reception room with marble fireplace and two sets of windows, a kitchen, a dining room with wood-burner, two bedrooms and a dual access bathroom with both tub and shower. There is also a small additional bathroom with shower. The kitchen, dining room and second bathroom have windows looking out over the garden.
Another flight of stairs go to the second floor and apartment three with a sitting room (again with a marble fireplace), a kitchen/dining room, two and a half bedrooms and three bathrooms.
A final flight of stairs lead to a further room and from there to the wonderful roof terrace with a view over the garden, the town itself and the Tuscan hills beyond.
Returning to the hallway, stairs lead down to a five cellar rooms; one currently used as an office, a garage with automatic doors which open onto the street (it’s a small garage with enough space for a Fiat Panda or similar sized vehicle), a laundry/utility room with an extra storage room beyond and, on a lower floor still, a spacious underground room used as a workshop. From the latter it’s plain to see that the foundations of the building date back more than 1,000 years.
Mains water and central heating throughout (mains gas) with an independent boiler for each apartment.
This deceptively large property has exposed wooden beams in many of the spaces and some wonderful, antique terracotta flooring.
A rare find and with income potential too.
No EPC available for this property
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