This manorial villa is located in a panoramic and retired position on the hills around Montone, in Umbria. The building is in good structural shape but needs to be renovated and updated before being used. Currently, the villa (670 sqm) includes a total of 12 bedrooms but with a few works one could easily reshape the buildings to suit different needs. The property is then completed by a barn, a ruined farmhouse, a warehouse and 57.5 hectares of land.
Reached via a well maintained unpaved road (600 m) the property can rely on the nearby medieval town of Montone (8km; 10’) for all the basic services but also allows easily reaching several of the most renowned cities of Umbria (Città di Castello, Perugia, Assisi, Todi…).
DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDINGS
The manorial villa (670 sqm – 7,209 sqft, 12 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms) is laid over three floors. On the ground floor is the entrance room with the staircase to the upper levels, the cellars of the villa, a private office and a painter studio with windows overlooking the valley. On the first floor are a dining room with kitchen and pantry, an ample living with exit onto the 40-sqm terrace four bedrooms and a bathroom. Going up another staircase one gets to the second floor, where are a huge reception room and eight bedrooms. The last floor is made up of lofts and crawl spaces used as storages.
The villa needs a total renovation and a series of updates to replace the old systems and create more bathrooms for the house.
A short distance from the villa is the old barn (20 sqm – 215 sqft), to be restored and useful as a storage room and/or workshop.
In a defiladed position from the villa is a ruined farmhouse (200 sqm – 2,152 sqft, 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom) that could be restored into a guesthouse and/or accommodation for a keeper. The building is laid over two independent floors that could be used respectively as living area (lower level) and sleeping area (upper level).
The property is then completed by a warehouse (110 sqm – 1,184 sqft) where one can easily shelter cars and agricultural vehicles.
The villa is surrounded by 57.5 hectares of land (142.1 acres) covered for the most part in mixed woodland. Right around the villa is a plain area that could be easily landscaped into a garden to relax outdoor in the pleasant summer climate of Umbria.