Immersed in one of the most exclusive and green areas of Umbria, characteristic farmhouse located in the Niccone valley famous for its green and luxuriant landscapes.
The property has been renovated with recycled materials, preserving its charm of a typical Umbrian-Tuscan stone farmhouse; it is surrounded by a large park that offers privacy and silence.
It has a total area of 300 square meters and is already divided into two large residential units consisting of two large living rooms, two large and bright dining rooms, seven bedrooms and six bathrooms, as well as a beautiful garden adjacent to the porch.
The farmhouse therefore extends over two levels and is composed as follows: on the ground floor there is an elegant entrance, a large living room with open bar, a dining room, a fully equipped eat-in kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a cellar. The living room leads to a splendid veranda which is the host in the summer.
An ancient stone staircase leads to the first floor where the sleeping area is located: four double bedrooms with private bathroom, a fireplace, a large reading lounge with a beautiful terrace that enjoys a splendid view of the Apennines.
The whole property is characterized by characteristic terracotta floors, wood and exposed beams typical of Umbrian-Tuscan farmhouses.
The outdoor area offers a large private park of over 5,000 square meters, equipped with a barbecue area, a woodshed, a swimming pool and a beautiful exclusive garden with various plants (cypresses, pines, laurel).
The asking price is € 490,000
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.