Amazing farmhouse immersed in the beautiful hills above Città di Castello, near Fraccano, dating back to the 18th century and recently restored preserving the materials of the time.
The famous sulphurous spa “Terme di Fontecchio” is just 5 km away, whereas Città di Castello is a Renaissance city with a rich historical heritage in its squares and streets of the historic centre, with the second Umbrian Pinacoteca and with its Burri museum.
The entire property is 352 square metres and consists of a prestigious house on 2 levels, a beautiful garden adjacent to the farmhouse, a swimming pool area, plus 3 hectares of land.
Ground floor: an elegant entrance opens with an eat-in kitchen, an adjacent dining room with veranda and a large lounge with open bar. From here you can access the splendid veranda.
First floor: the sleeping area is characterized by three bedrooms and its two bathrooms, an adjacent living room that leads to a large terrace which enjoys a splendid view of the Apennines. Here there is a big anteroom with a fireplace that can be used as a study or fourth bedroom.
The whole property is characterized by terracotta floors, wood and exposed beams typical of Umbrian and Tuscan farmhouses.
The external area offers a swimming pool area characterized by extreme privacy, a woodshed, a barbecue area. Moreover, the villa is surrounded by 3 hectares of fenced land around the house with the presence of tall trees.
The requested price is € 700,000
Located in central Italy between Rome and Florence and named the “Green Heart of Italy”, Umbria is a region rich in history and culture, with a green and hilly area dotted with olive groves and vineyards.
It is known throughout the world for its medieval towns, characteristic historic villages and important cities such as Perugia, Spoleto, Assisi, Spello, Bevagna and Montefalco.
But also for its cuisine, in particular the truffles and wines. In fact, there is no shortage of food and wine routes, for example the Sagrantino Route that starts from Montefalco and touches the most important Umbrian wineries, or the Trevi Oil Road with its open mills.
Furthermore, it is the scene of great cultural events throughout the year such as the Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto, Umbria Jazz, the historical re-enactment of the Giostra della Quintana in Foligno, the Infiorata in Spello and many other folkloric events that, in particular in the summer season, enliven the historic centres of the entire territory.