Noble Mansion in ChiusiTuscany - Chiusi | Palazzo Nobile a Chiusi Ref. code USQS
A historical residence with the ruins of an ancient fortress and 3 hectares of private land
Details and accessories
- Surface: 1.730 mq
- Bedrooms: 9+2
- Bathrooms: 5
- Land: 3.2 ha
- Conditions: good
- Energy efficiency rating:
- EPi 328,4
- Decorated ceilings
- Frescoed ceilings
- Garden with lawn
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An ancient noble mansion, on three floors plus attics, with large living rooms, 9 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and utility rooms. The property is complemented by over 3 hectares of land with two medieval towers and the ruins of an ancient fortress.
The Noble Mansion dates back to the late eighteenth - early nineteenth century and is situated on the edge of the historical town of Chiusi. As well as the noble residence, the property also includes 3 hectares of adjoining land, with a garden, a wood, an olive grove and an orchard, and in which there are two towers (a “male” and a “female”) and several annexes, ruins of the town's original medieval fortress.
We are located in Tuscany, just 3 km from the Umbrian border, in a central position with respect to other important historical towns in the two regions: Chianciano Terme (12 km), Castiglione del Lago (22 km) and Montepulciano (23 km) can all be reached in less than 20 minutes, while Perugia (45 km) and Arezzo (66 km) are less than an hour away by car.
Thanks to the A1 motorway connection, just 4 km away, you can reach Siena (82 km) and Florence (123 km) in approximately 1 hour.
The nearest airports are Perugia (64 km) and Florence (134 km); the international airports of Rome Ciampino 173 (km) and Rome Fiumicino (191 km) are less than two hours away by car.
Description of buildings
The Noble Mansion has maintained the original charm of the ancient dwelling, a place where time seems to have stood still several centuries ago.
The building has a living area of 1156 gross sqm, as well as an additional 267 gross sqm of attic space, plus a garage of 45 gross sqm and basement cellars of approximately 50 gross sqm.
On the ground floor, there is an entrance hall, a kitchen and numerous utility rooms: bathroom, laundry room, pantries, cellars, storerooms, two equipment rooms for the boiler and the autoclave, ancient stables and saddlery and a garage.
From this floor, there is access to the private garden.
On the main floor, there is a large living room, two lounges, one of which has frescoes, a dining room, a study, a bedroom with frescoes, another bedroom with a study and two bathrooms.
On the second floor, there is another large living room, 7 bedrooms, two of which overlook a terrace, a study and two bathrooms.
The third and last floor is used entirely as attic space and has ceiling heights that make it unsuitable for residential use.
On the adjacent land, there are two medieval towers of 69 gross sqm and 88 gross sqm, one of which is surrounded by several annexes with a gross floor area of 372 sqm, which could probably be salvaged and used for residential purposes.
Furthermore, 100 m from the mansion, another building of about 130 sqm could be constructed inside a structure that dates back to the Roman era and was used as a conservatory in ancient times.
State and finishing
Thanks to its great historical and the artistic value, the property is subject to restrictions issued by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage. However, although it has never been renovated, it has undergone continuous maintenance work.
Historical evidence tells us that nobles and kings have stayed inside the mansion, which dates back to medieval times.
Probably completely rebuilt in more recent times, its characteristics today are those of a nineteenth-century stately home.
Inside, there is an elegant stairwell with a banister in wrought iron[ERKDJ2] and painted decorations on the ceiling.
The painted decorations on the main floor are typical of the first few years of the 19th century, with different motifs in every room. The doorframes are made of stone and the floors are made of terracotta or coloured concrete tiles, which are typical of the period.
The two towers and the annexes, of medieval origin, have also undergone maintenance work. It would be possible to convert the annexes for residential use.
The mansion, which is located on the edge of the town, has a private garden, an olive grove, an orchard and a wood, with an overall size of over 3 hectares.
Use and potential uses
Thanks to its location, which is convenient and in a central position with respect to important historical towns in central Italy and to its history and its architectural features, the property is ideal both as a private representative residence and also as a high-level accommodation business.
Distances and location
- Chiusi 0.1 Km
- Chianciano Terme 12 Km
- Castiglione del Lago 22 Km
- Montepulciano 23 Km
- Perugia 45 Km
- Arezzo 66 Km
- Siena 82 Km
- Florence 123 Km
- Tyrrhenian Sea 125 Km
- Lake Trasimeno 20 Km
- Perugia S.Egidio Airport 64 Km
- Florence Airport 134 Km
- Rome Ciampino Airport 173 Km
- Motorway 4 Km
Tuscany - Italy
Neighboring regions: Umbria, Liguria, Emilia-Romagna, Marche, Lazio and Tyrrhenian sea
Main centers: Florence, Siena, Arezzo, Pisa, Lucca, Grosseto, Livorno
Characteristics: bathed by the Ligurian Sea in the north-central part and the Tyrrhenian Sea in the south, has a predominantly green and hilly inland territory, rich in vineyards and olive groves, while the coast has mostly low and sandy beaches, except for some major promontories such as Argentario, Ansedonia, Punta Ala, Castiglione della Pescaia.
Located in Central Italy, Tuscany is one of the most popular and loved regions from tourists from all over the world, rich of famous historical centers and small and fascinating medieval villages (such as San Gimignano, Volterra and Montepulciano), with a territory rich in natural beautiful parks including that of Val d'Orcia, the Park of the Tuscan archipelago (with the islands of Capraia, Giannutri, Gorgona and Montecristo, part of the island of Elba and Giglio and the island of Pianosa), the Maremma Park and the many others that, along with the protected areas, helps to preserve intact the charm of this region.
Property offer: in Tuscany is possible to buy typical farmhouses brilliantly renovated, in the areas of Chianti, Valley d'Orcia, the Crete Senesi or historic mansions in the old villages and the sea of Forte dei Marmi, Camaiore Lido, Viareggio, Capalbio, Porto Ercole, Punta Ala, Orbetello, but also luxury apartments in historic centers of Florence, Siena, Lucca, Pisa, Cortona, Montalcino, San Gimignano.
*The location of the property on the map is approximate