Casale Camelia is a charming, fully restored, semi detached, stone property set in a typical, Tuscan countryside hamlet, less than 1.5 km from Caprese Michelangelo.
Caprese Michelangelo is a charming, medieval, hilltop town of approx. 1500 inhabitants, whose most famous son is none other than the incomparable maestro Michangelo Buonarroti. Caprese Michelangelo is also know for a unique variety of chestnut, which has DOP status (the equivalent of DOCG wine) and which can only be grown in Caprese Michelangelo and part of Anghiari called ‘Marrone di Caprese Michelangelo’.
Shops, supermarkets, banks, etc. can all be found in Caprese Michelangelo together with numerous excellent restaurants in which to taste the wonders of authentic Tuscan cuisine.
Casale Camelia is located within a charming little hamlet consisting of a cluster of typical countryside, stone buildings. The property is end terraced and set out over 2 floors for a total of approx. 70 sq m, as follows:
The kitchen and living room both have independent outdoor access and are connected via three steps. The ground floor offers a new fitted kitchen with induction hob, Italian wood effect tiles, a stone fireplace and a living room with terracotta tiled floors and a second charming stone fireplace. The living room also has a lovely stone wall adding lots of character to the living space.
A wooden staircase leads to the first floor which offers Italian oak parquet flooring in the hallway and the bedrooms while the bathroom, which is also new, has Italian wood effect tiles for easy and efficient cleaning.
Approximately 10 m from the property and accessible via the road which leads to the hamlet or on foot from the property, is a small, fenced garden of approx. 50 sq m, complete with a good-sized tool shed.
Casale Camelia is quick to clean and easy to lock up and leave making it a great little property to escape to and requiring little upkeep and maintenance.
Nearby towns & cities
Caprese Michelangelo (1.5 km); Sansepolcro (20 km); Anghiari (14 km); Città di Castello (36 km), Arezzo (36 km); Cortona (60 km); Montepulciano (86 km); Perugia (89 km); Pienza (93 km); Assisi (101 km); Spello (106 km); Firenze (110 km); Siena (114 km); Todi (125 km); Orvieto (144 km); San Gimignano (153 km); Roma (254 km).
Perugia Sant’Egidio (86 km); Forlì L Ridolfi (99 km); Firenze Peretola (127 km); Bologna G Marconi (174 km); Ancona Falconara (190 km); Pisa Galileo Galilei (190 km); Roma Ciampino (265 km); Roma Fiumicino (279 km).