Casa Il Melograno 0MTP943

  • $ 373 595 850 000 000
  • Townhouse For Sale
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Total square 165 sq m


Located in the Renaissance area of the lively and famous historic centre of Montepulciano, this townhouse is arranged over 3 levels, measures approx. 165 square meters plus attic and was refurbished in 2001. The property has a traditional, warm and welcoming feel to it. The materials were chosen with great care and attention. The old-looking terracotta tiles used for the floors integrate seamlessly with the brick and stone walls, the open-beamed ceilings and the wood used for the stairs and the attic. The old spaces and elements have been, where possible, preserved. Niches, old walls, wooden beams make this apartment even more charming. During the restoration, the roof was insulated and the external walls were restored. The heating system is on methane gas. In the living room we find a pellet stove and the kitchen has a charming fireplace. All windows are double glazed.


  • View: Town
  • Listing status: Active
  • Available from: Mar 02, 2015
  • Listing #: 9982
  • Construction type: Masonry
  • Parking type: On street
  • Heating System: Gas
  • Fireplace: Wood


  • Broadband Internet
  • Electricity
  • Gas
  • Hot water
  • Telephone
  • Water

Indoor facilities

  • TV

Energy efficiency

More efficient
A ( 92 - 100 )
B ( 81 - 91 )
C ( 69 - 80 )
D ( 55 - 68 )
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F ( 21 - 38 )
G ( 1 - 20 )
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Keywords: montepulciano, refurbished, townhouse, historic centre, tuscany, characteristic


Latitude / Longitude: 43.101740 / 11.786840
Nearest airport Florence Peretola Airport 121 km
Nearest beach Grosseto 90 km


How to get here: By Car: From the North: Take the A1 motorway, exit at Valdichiana through the town of Bettolle and follow the signs for Torrita di Siena. Once in Torrita di Siena, at the traffic lights, turn left in the direction of Montepulciano. From the South: Take the A1 motorway, exit at Chiusi-Chianciano Terme, and follow the signs for Chianciano Terme. Through the town of Chianciano Terme and continue towards Montepulciano. By train: Railway station of Chiusi-Chianciano Terme (20 km) located on the main Rome-Florence-Bologna-Milan. Continue with the regional train to Siena and get off at Montepulciano line Empoli-Siena-Chiusi. By plane: The nearest airports are: Florence Airport "Amerigo Vespucci" Perugia Airport "Sant'Egidio" Pisa Airport "Galileo Galilei" Rome Airports "Leonardo da Vinci"/Fiumicino and Ciampino By bus: Italian Railway Line (LFI) Via Guido Monaco, 37 - 52100 Arezzo Telephone Office for tickets: 0575398845


Montepulciano is known primarily for its majestic palaces of the Renaissance and the elegant beauty of its churches, and for the Vino Nobile, a Tuscan wine most appreciated worldwide. It stands on a hill 605 meters above sea level and the landscape is made even more pleasant by olive groves and vineyards and multi-faceted nature of the area as the hills cretose and cypress trees.
The Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is one of the oldest Italian wines, a red wine produced in the area of Montepulciano and the first who received the prestigious DOCG designation.
Going up the steep villages, visitors will discover beautiful palaces and churches where the greatest architects of the Renaissance transfused their art. See the splendid Piazza Grande with the Cathedral façade incomplete and the Renaissance Palace of the City: from the tower one can see the Sibillini Mountains and the Cimone exceptionally clear and the Italian Gran Sasso in Abruzzo, surrounded by Renaissance palazzos.
In the valley below, in an outstanding surrounding is the church of San Biagio, also called Temple of San Biagio due to its grandness.
Montepulciano is also a centre from the lively cultural activity: among the most famous events the “Cantiere Internazionale d'Arte” and the popular representation of “Bruscello” performed at the Cathedral steps..
Montepulciano is the largest Comune in the Sienese Valdichiana and contains six other villages: Abbadia di Montepulciano, Acquaviva, Gracciano, Montepulciano Stazione, S. Albino and Valiano. The poet Agnolo Ambrogini (known as "il Poliziano" from the Latin "mons Politianus") was born here. The town is said to have been founded by the Etruscan king Porsenna and exhibits impressive architecture, mainly but not only Renaissance.
Michelozzo, Baldassarre Peruzzi and Vignola all worked here, as did Antonio da Sangallo il Vecchio who designed the Temple of San Biagio. Apart from the astonishments of the historical centre of Montepulciano the tourist would do well to visit the Spa Centre at S. Albino.
Terme di Montepulciano, in S. Albino, which are used for the healing properties of water and mud.
Montepulciano is easily accessible from the Val d'Orcia (Pienza, San Quirico, Bagno Vignoni), Amiata, Umbria (Perugia, Assisi, Lake Trasimeno) and Lazio.

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