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Restored 18th century farmhouse in Tuscany for sale

This beautiful five-bedroom stone farmhouse is located in southern Tuscany and it’s currently on the market for 1.95 million euros ($2.64 million). The residence dates back to the 18th century so it’s a real piece of history. It has been restored in the past 10 years so it’s not as old as it sounds.

The farmhouse was built of local stone, with wood shutters and a tile roof. It’s located on a hill thus allowing panoramic views over the Tuscan farmland and the Mediterranean coast in the distance. There’s not much to say about the exterior, except for the fact that it looks pretty good for a 1700s house. As for the interior, the farmhouse has exposed stone walls and traditional brick tiles on the floors.

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Other elements worth to be mentioned are the exposed beams in the ceiling that are not original but reproductions. Inside, there’s also a beautiful arched doorway that connects the living room and dining room. The residence includes a gallery-style kitchen with a fireplace and a beautiful stone sink.

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There’s also a bedroom on the ground floor, a master bedroom upstairs and a patio connected to the living room. Outdoor, there’s also a swimming pool. At the time the residence was renovated, a guest house was also built nearby. It’s a small, one-bedroom guest house and it’s as cozy and inviting as the actual house.{found on nytimes}.