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Exclusive villa, former count's residence, Perugia, Italy

550,000 €
  • Total area
    570 m²
  • Land area
    7,000 m²
  • Bedrooms
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  • Total rooms: 18
  • 3-floor building
  • 1 floor
  • Built in 1800
  • Sea at 105 m
  • Internet
  • TV
  • Furnished
  • Garden

Villa in Umbria, near the border with Tuscany. The villa differs significantly from the rest of the rustic houses that can be seen on the territory of Umbria and Tuscany in that this place was the summer residence of the count family.

The property has a garden of 1 ha with automatic irrigation, the territory is fenced, the entrance is through an automatic gate, the passage to the villa passes along a dirt road.

The territory of the property can be increased to 14.5 hectares, mainly with arable land. This includes private lake for watering, stables, sheds, a well, pastures and a place for horses.


The first floor is divided into two parts by a corridor-hallway with stone tiles, which makes the two parts of the floor conditionally independent. On one side: a bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen, a living room with a fireplace, a large sunny greenhouse with large windows overlooking the valley and the portico. On the other side of the corridor: a large living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom.

On the second floor, also with a long central corridor, there are six bedrooms, three of which with private bathrooms. All bedrooms and bathrooms have at least one window, which makes the house very bright.

On the third floor there are two already finished bedrooms and four more bedrooms that require repair.


The heating system is provided by GPL radiators. Fireplaces and wood-burning stoves are connected by a common heating system. Water supply comes from the municipal water utility. Installed satellite TV, ADSL internet. Energy class F. EPA 145.1 kW.

The restoration was carried out in accordance with the norms in the mid-90s using the latest technologies and solutions, handmade terracotta floors, ceramic tiles on the ceilings, double glazed windows, and high quality sanitary ware were installed.

Location and nearby infrastructure

The property is located less than 1 km from the border with Tuscany, in a beautiful hilly area, in the middle of the pristine nature of the Tiber Valley — Alta Valle. The villa is located on the ancient Franciscan path leading from Assisi to La Verna. Citta di Castello (ancient name Tifernum Tiberinum) is the nearest city with a population of 40,584 people, the center of the territory of Alta Valle, the Tiber Valley, as well as the center of the diocese diocese of Citta di Castello. This city, due to its location, is culturally very closely connected with neighboring regions: Tuscany, Emilia-Romagna and Marche.

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