Panoramic house in Castel San Niccolò

Panoramic house in Castel San Niccolò

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In the heart of Castel San Niccolò, a charming municipality with a population of 2,479 inhabitants nestled in the upper Casentino, stands an independent house perched above the town, offering enchanting views of the castle. This well-maintained residence comprises two floors and an attic, for a total of 270 square metres of elegance and comfort. To further enrich the property, we find a vast tiled terrace of 200 square metres, ideal for enjoying moments in the open air, and a workroom of 150 square metres, open to various uses.


  • Type: Residential
  • Square Meters: 270 + 150
  • Rooms:12
  • Energy Class: on pending
  • Price: 220'000 €

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Internally, on the first floor, a bright living room blends in harmony with a dining room, characterised by a warm fireplace, and a spacious kitchen with a convenient utility room. The sleeping area, reached through a dedicated hallway, offers two bedrooms and a bathroom, guaranteeing comfort and privacy.

The attic floor accommodates a large living room with fireplace and washbasin, a flexible space used as a living room or study, a bedroom with en-suite bathroom, and a charming terrace with loggia and panoramic view. A setting designed for rest and entertainment.

The ground floor accommodates further rooms such as a cosy tavern with fireplace and sink, a bedroom with private bathroom, an intimate sitting room and a practical storage room.

The property includes a 2000 square metre plot of land that extends around the perimeter of the house.

This house, in addition to offering an extraordinary living opportunity, places you in the heart of a region rich in history, culture, and natural beauty.

The town of Castel San Niccolò, known for being the stronghold of the Conti Guidi in the Castello area until 1440, stands out for the presence of the Solano River, a tributary of the Arno. The Casentino, besides being a place of great artistic and religious interest, is famous for its natural environments, including the National Park of the Casentino Forests and the zoo in Poppi.

The territory still preserves the ancient medieval fortifications of the Conti Guidi, such as the Pieve and the Castle of Romena, the Castle of Porciano, and the Castle of Poppi. Among other historically significant places, there is the Sanctuary of La Verna, where Saint Francis stayed, and the Monastery and Hermitage of Camaldoli, residences of Saint Romualdo.

A noteworthy detail is the proximity to the site of the Battle of Campaldino, fought on June 11, 1289, between the Guelphs, predominantly Florentines, and the Ghibellines, predominantly Aretines. Dante Alighieri, a participant in the battle, immortalized part of his experience in the Divine Comedy, in Canto V of Purgatorio, in the tercet about Bonconte da Montefeltro. The location of the battle, in the immediate vicinity of the Municipality of Castel San Niccolò, is commemorated by a monument known as the "Column of Dante."

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