The house, built in period-style with stone, wood and bricks is called Quercia Saragnola II. Located on the outskirts of the village of Tavernelle (roundabout junction of the Tavernelle west highway, lighting, gas) and all the conveniences located just a few meters away, the property consists of a series of buildings with a courtyard of 610 square meters and 3,129 square meters of agricultural/farmable land. This exclusive property is situated in an enclosed, fenced-in area, with single access via a private road. Views stretch far beyond the horizon to the west and towards areas where building is prohibited.
The main building is spread over two levels and is part of another third party real estate structure, albeit well defined and totally autonomous. On the ground floor of the building there is a large space of approximately 112 square meters. The liveable part is located on the first floor (84 square meters): a kitchen, two bedrooms and a covered loggia with stairs. The annex is located a few meters from the building, where redevelopment and intervention is required, closely connected with the function and final destination of the main building structure. The buildings are surrounded by a large, exclusive plot of land totaling 3,739 square meters. There is another 4,260 acres of agricultural land along the nearby road to Macereto. A detailed dossier has been prepared describing the entire complex with reliefs, drawings, etc for a total of 40 pages (last update: October 10, 2018.
The complex includes buildings that can be used as an agritourism (farm rental) or a short stay holiday home, with mini apartments (possibly up to three), or for a commercial and/or catering activity, due to the excellent location and access to good connecting roads.
This exclusive complex is located in the municipality of Panicale, in the “frazione” or community of Tavernelle. Quercia Saragnola II is very close to the town (reachable on foot) and public transport (bus), for Città delle Pieve, Chiusi (Tuscany), Panicale and Lake Trasimeno, as well as of course for the whole Val Nestore di Levante and Perugia. Total serenity the countryside, bordered by an access road and the Nestore river.