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    Default A Restored 18th Century Farmhouse in Tuscany


    Chris Warde-Jones for The New York Times
    This five-bedroom stone farmhouse in southern Tuscany is on the market for 1.95 million euros ($2.64 million). It dates to the 18th century, and was restored in the last 10 years.










    Chris Warde-Jones for The New York Times
    The property also has a one-bedroom guesthouse.



    Chris Warde-Jones for The New York Times
    Like the main house, the guesthouse has exposed beams, cotto tile floors and a fireplace.




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    when bad furniture happens to nice houses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    when bad furniture happens to nice houses.
    But they will take that with them! I really like the house.
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    You had me at "Tuscany".
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    Yes please! I'll take it.

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    I like the tables in the dining area but every other stick of furniture needs to be torched. And please - get that fucking pool table outta my HOUSE!
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    Beautiful house but the furniture looks, for the most part, cheap and dated.

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    Didn't even look at the furniture (I usually don't). The bones are amazing. The location makes my heart sing. I want to live there.
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