Type: Independent Houses


Villa Stellina

Villa Stellina is a free standing house surrounded by an enchanting view of Montepulciano, Lucignano, Cortona and Arezzo. The private swimming pool is situated in front of the villa in the wide garden which has a barbecue area. The garden is completely private and fenced in. Distances: The Villa is only 5 km away from […]

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Villa Monteroni

The former rectory of St. Stephen Parish whose memory goes up to 1300, is located along the Via Francigena. Renovated in 2006, the villa has been divided into two completely independent apartments with a shared swimming pool with beautiful views of the castle of Murlo. From the porch for the exclusive use with table and […]

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Villa Gallo

-Immersed in the green of the olive trees and woods in the peaceful hills of Tuscany, the ideal destination for those seeking a healthy and peaceful stay of relaxation and comfort, Villa Il Castello is located in a farm located between the cities of Arezzo and the quiet Etruscan town of Cortona and just few […]

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La Capolona

Near Arezzo in the Casentino Valley, the farmhouse “La Capolona” is place on a gentle and scenic hillside overlooking the entire Casentino valley, where the famous Park of Casentino Forests creates a green and natural ecological reserve and offers a beautiful view overview of the city of Arezzo. Centrally located between Florence, Siena and Perugia, […]

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Natural stone house composed of main house and outbuilding with five bedrooms for 10-12 persons. The independent house is in the middle of an ancient hamlet in the surroundings of Cortona. At guests disposal a plot of 8000 mq with a wonderful swimming pool overlooking the valley

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Villa Gloria is a quaint cottage that is set in a charming and panoramic position, with completely authentic surroundings. Immersed in the lush mountains of Cortona, near the border between Tuscany and Umbria, this property offers the serenity of a stay in direct contact with nature and with the lifestyles of past rural civilizations, away […]

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It’s a characteristic middle age tower, it’s origins can be leaded up around the year 1000 A.C. (The building is rises nearby the Etruscan town of Cortona). We wanted to give it the name of Dardano by the way the legend tells that this mythological character was the founder of Cortona and that from here […]

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