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Cozy Tuscan farmhouse with private swimming pool and tennis court, immersed in the nature of the Tuscan mountains, equipped garden for outdoor dining
Very nice house, quiet and well maintained. It was very clean when we arrived, the beds were ready :-)
It is close to Arezzo, which is a very convenient city to reach Firenze, Sienna or even Rome by train, thus avoiding all the traffic/parking issues.
Dealing with Tuscany-Villa was smooth.
I would recommend this villa to visit the Tuscan landscapes and cultural cities.
The property was even better than the photos can depict; idyllic location, quiet, yet accessible. The house is furnished with antiques and plenty of art. The kitchen was modern and well equipped. We especially enjoyed the wine that was supplied at 5.- euros per bottle. The family we met for check in and out were extremely pleasant and flexible. I did not have any direct dealings with your agency, but my friend was very happy with all her correspondence.
The property and position are exceptional, everything you require is at hand.
The property owners and family were very nice people and helpful.
Friendly reception by the owner, clean spacious villa, well tended and well appointed - an excellent place to holiday
Talk to the neighbour (Italian) and they will give you fantastic recommendations
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