Located in the Pian di Marte near Lake Trasimeno, this beautifully restored 17th century stone farmhouse with two barns is tucked away in the Umbrian hills on the border with Tuscany.
The main house with tobacco tower measures approximately 300 square metres with a 32 square metre portico off the kitchen and a similarly sized dining area. It consists of three reception rooms, two in the main house on the ground and first floor and one in the tower. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
There are two restored barns; the larger of which is on two floors and measures 120 square metres. Built eleven years ago, it was extended and restored in 2016 and has a large open plan living, dining and kitchen area with a bedroom and bathroom en suite. It is a combination of modern and traditional with plenty of light and wonderful panoramic views across the valley and beyond. On the lower ground floor there is an artist's studio with a separate bathroom.
The smaller barn, built four years ago, measures 42 square metres and is currently used as a gym and garage.
There is also the possibility to construct another building of approximately 100 square metres close to the larger of the two barns.
The property is not overlooked and enjoys wonderful panoramic views across the Umbrian countryside. With just over one hectare of land including landscaped gardens which have been planted with drought tolerant and colourful varieties of trees and shrubs. There are also three small ponds with water lilies.
The 12 x 6 metre swimming pool with sun terrace is located below the property and there is a separate 50 square metre building which houses the pump and pool equipment.
Access is by means of a good white road and there is plenty of parking space.
The property is fenced and gated and has an alarm system as well as solar panels and photovoltaic PV panels, which offer considerable cost savings throughout the year.