In a panoramic position on the hills of Umbria with views of Assisi and the national park of Subasio, in the province of Perugia, we find this well-established Agriturismo with 11 bedrooms, swimming pool and 3.9 hectares of land.
Thanks to its easily reached position, the Agriturismo grants quick access to the most interesting towns of Umbria: the Etruscan Perugia (4km; 10’), the Franciscan shrine of Assisi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (20km; 25’), the ceramic-city of Deruta (26km; 25’), and the medieval centers of Spello (30km; 25’), Gubbio (37km; 40’), Todi (52km; 45’) and Spoleto (64km; 50’).
Useful airports to reach the property are Perugia Sant’Egidio (11km; 15’), Ancona Falconara (114km; 1h 25’), Firenze Peretola (184km; 2h), Roma Ciampino (192km; 2h 5’), Roma Fiumicino (207km; 2h 10’) and Pisa Galilei (245km; 2h 40’).
DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDINGS
The main farmhouse (300 sqm – 3,228 sqft, 9 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms) is laid out onto two floors:
- Ground floor: reception, breakfast room/restaurant, guest bathroom, owner’s apartment made up of living room, kitchen with pantry and laundry (also used for the accommodation business), three bedrooms and private bathroom, three bedrooms and private bathroom;
- First floor: entrance from an external staircase, closet and six bedrooms with independent access and en-suite bathroom;
The guesthouse (80 sqm – 861 sqft, up to 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms) is laid out onto two floors too:
- Ground floor: storage room and laundry (convertible into bedrooms with en-suite bathroom);
- First floor: two bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and independent porch.
Worth noting that, for the guesthouse, there is an approved project to enlarge with an approximate additional 90 sqm, transforming it into an independent villa.
STATE AND FINISHES
The Agriturismo has been obtained via the restoration of two 19th century farmhouses, whose main characteristics have been attentively preserved. The historical nature of the building is easily visible on the inside, where one can find wooden beams, terracotta floors and exposed stone walls. On the outside, walls have been partially plastered, leaving large parts of stone walls visible.
The property is surrounded by 3.9 hectares of land which include an olive grove (ca. 180 centuries-old trees), a fruit orchard and a small wood. For those loving an open-air lifestyle, in the vicinity there are several paths suitable both for hiking and mountain biking.
What’s more, the area offers several events over the course of the year: gluttons will love Eurochocolate in Perugia, music-lovers will be able to enjoy Umbria Jazz and finally history and art lovers will surely appreciate the medieval festival Calendimaggio in Assisi, the Giostra della Quintana in Foligno and the Infiorata in Spello.