In the historic center of Citerna, along the main avenue and right on the ramparts of the town, 312-sqm townhouse with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The property, fully restored and equipped with an elevator, is laid over four floors and features two separate entries (one from the avenue and one from the ramparts). On the roof, the building also features a 16-sqm terrace overlooking the surrounding countryside.
The small town of Citerna offers all the basic services and excellent restaurants, all of which can quickly be reached on foot. From the town one can also easily reach many of the most renowned cities of Tuscany and Umbria (Monterchi, Anghiari, Sansepolcro, Città di Castello, Cortona, Perugia, Assisi, Siena, Florence…).
DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDINGS
This townhouse (312 sqm – 3,357 sqft), dating back to the 14th century, is located right along the main avenue of Citerna and on top of the old ramparts, with three separate accesses.
From the avenue, two doors open respectively into the entry of the house and a small commercial unit that was once rented out to a shop. From the main entrance, a door on the left opens into a living room, while going straight ahead is the kitchen with dining area and balcony.
On the first floor is an ample living room with fireplace that leads into two double bedrooms and a bathroom in the corridor.
A final staircase leads to the second floor where one can find a bedroom (this is a passage room), a double bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and a bathroom. A French window leads onto the panoramic rooftop terrace (16 sqm) with view over the surrounding countryside.
The house has been fully restored, preserving all the classical finishes of the building which is thus in excellent condition. A convenient elevator connects the various floors of the palazzo.
The basement has its own independent access from the ramparts of the town and is made up of several beautiful vaulted room that are currently used as cellars and storage rooms. The old wells supplying water to the house can still be found in these rooms. A winding staircase connects the basement to the shop on the ground floor. These rooms, very beautiful and typical of the historic center of Citerna, are suitable for a small museum or as an exhibit room.