Tuscan farmhouses carry hefty price tags

Property buyers who are determined to buck the new trend in Italy for smaller properties, and are keen to have a sumptuous beauty for their own use, should look at Castello del Nero.

25th August, 2007

Property buyers who are determined to buck the new trend in Italy for smaller properties, and are keen to have a sumptuous beauty for their own use, should look at Castello del Nero.

This is a 400-hectare estate with a 13th-century castle – now a deluxe five-star hotel and spa – which is located 25 minutes from Florence and 35 minutes from Siena in Tuscany.

Pure International is selling four large derelict farmhouses spread through the grounds.

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