Casa Banca is a charming villa located in the Tuscan hills of Anghiari, one of the most beautiful medieval hilltop towns in Italy. Anghiari is a vibrant, small town in the province of Arezzo, Tuscany, not far from the border with regions of Umbria and Le Marche. The local area offers numerous shops, bars, restaurants and amenities and is well connected by air, train and road, making it an ideal location from which to explore central Italy and beyond.
Casa Banca, although semi-detached, is a very private property and is approx. 850 m from the small hamlet of Tavernelle, where there is a lovely restaurant and a minimarket.
Casa Banca was built by the current owners in the 80’s and refurbished in 2002 when the ground floor kitchen, dining and sitting rooms were added. Both kitchens in the property have lovely stone fireplaces making them very welcoming and cosy and the sitting room and dining room boast large windows and French doors offering direct access to the rear garden and gravel pathway that leads to the private pool and a second gated entrance to the property. The house offers bright rooms, wooden beamed ceilings, lovely views, a panoramic balcony, shaded portico, double glazed windows with mosquito nets, its own well with drinkable water and lots of space in the garage and cantina for a wine cellar, games room, small gym or anything else a future owner could wish for.
Casa Banca is set out over 4 floors for a total of approx. 230 sq m, as follows:
Casa Banca is set in approx. 7,500 sq m of land with fruit trees, cypress trees and more: plus plenty of room for those with green fingers to grow flowers and vegetables to their heart’s content.
The hilly position, large open spaces, panoramic views and peace and quiet offered by Casa Banca make it a perfect home for nature loving families that don’t want to be too far from shops, bars and restaurants.
Nearby towns & cities
Anghiari (4 km); Sansepolcro (12 km); Caprese Michelangelo (16 km); Arezzo (24 km); Città di Castello (26 km), Cortona (50 km); Montepulciano (75 km); Perugia (79 km); Pienza (82 km); Siena (86 km); Assisi (92 km); Spello (96 km); Florence (99 km); Todi (121 km); Orvieto (132 km); San Gimignano (143 km); Rome (240 km).
Perugia St Francis (76 km); Forlì L Ridolfi (111 km); Florence Peretola (119 km); Ancona Falconara (167 km); Pisa Galileo Galilei (176 km); Bologna G Marconi (187 km); Rome Ciampino (253 km); Roma Leonardo Da Vinci (268 km).