Characteristic property immersed in one of the most exclusive and green areas of Umbria, located in the medieval village of Montone, on a dominant and panoramic area and with a splendid view of the valley below and the town.
The property consists of a farmhouse with an area of about 200 square meters, which retains its charm of a typical Umbrian-Tuscan stone farmhouse, an outbuilding of about 100 square meters and 18,000 square meters of land with swimming pool.
The main farmhouse is accessed from a porch, to then find a large living room with thermo-fireplace and a large kitchen overlooking the living room. Going up a few steps, you enter a study and a bathroom equipped with a hydromassage tub.
A beautiful side staircase leads to the sleeping area, where there is a bedroom with private bathroom and a panoramic terrace of 30 square meters, two further bedrooms and a bathroom.
The finishes are of an excellent standard, with handmade antique terracotta floors, walls with exposed stone, attics with terracotta tiles and wooden beams, in the best tradition of ancient Umbrian farmhouses. The laundry room is in a storeroom located under the porch.
Not far from the cottage there is an outbuilding consisting of a living room with fireplace, kitchen, double bedroom, and bathroom, while on the lower floor there is a large garage and a tool shed.
The property has a land of 18,000 square meters in total, with access via an automated gate, where there is an 8 x 4-meters swimming pool with a nearby area equipped for a barbecue, well and cistern for water recovery.
Thanks to the convenient and central position with respect to the main historic centers of Umbria and Tuscany, the property is perfect as a holiday home, as a tourist/accommodation business, with the possibility of making it an income in periods of non-use, by inserting it in the weekly rental circuit, or used for private use as a first home or villa for your holidays.
The asking price is € 595,000
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.