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Classic villa with a pool and a guest house in Gubbio, Umbria, Italy

890,000 €
  • Total area
    818 m²
  • Land area
    10,128 m²
  • Bedrooms
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  • 3-floor building
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Wood parquet flooring
  • Quality sanitary ware

The property is entered through the entrance gate along a cobbled alley with ornamental plants and flowers planted on both sides. An alley leads to a portico with sliding windows. Here you can have breakfast, lunch and dinner outdoors.

Land plot with an area of more than 1 hectare (10,128 m²) is completely fenced. A wrought iron gate leads to the house and a large sheltered parking area. An evergreen garden with terraces, fruit trees, olives and roses surrounds the houses. The pool is located just below the level of the main house, close to it.


Three-storey main house 362 m² with a veranda 57 m². The ground floor has a kitchen, a living/dining room, a lounge with a fireplace, a bedroom, a bathroom, a laundry, an ironing room, a toilet. The second floor is the night zone: 4 bedrooms with bathrooms, a study. There are two cellars on the underground floor.

Two-storey wing of 213 m² in rustic style with two staircases, internal and external. The ground floor comprises a large kitchen with a fireplace, a living room with a fireplace, a bedroom, a bathroom/laundry room with an entrance from the outside. On the top floor there are 3 large bedrooms with fireplaces, a small bedroom, 2 bathrooms.

The first annex 56 m² with solid stone walls, possibly a chapel in the past, includes a kitchen, a living room, a bedroom, a bathroom.

The second annex 46 m² consists of a large kitchen, a bedroom/living room, a bathroom.

There is also a storage room of 10 m², a garage of 100 m², a shed of 23 m² and a boiler room of 8 m².


All buildings were renovated about 20 years ago. They are in good condition and ready to use. Possible minor repairs to improve communication systems and bathrooms.

The interiors of the main house include handcrafted terracotta floors on the ground floor and parquet floors on the first; beamed ceilings combined with terracotta tiles.


The location of the property makes it an ideal main residence or second holiday home to host friends and family. Also, it can be rented out to foreign tourists.

Location and nearby infrastructure

The property is located on a hill with an amazing view of the valley. The location is secluded but not isolated, among the traditional Umbrian houses scattered in the hills. The main road leads directly to the property gate. The historic center of Gubbio, 7 km away, is a 10-minute drive away with its unrivaled architectural landmarks.

It will take approximately 45 minutes by car to reach some of the major historical centers of Umbria — Assisi (42 km) and Perugia (36 km) — the administrative center of the region and the university city. Lake Trasimeno (61 km) and the Adriatic Sea (84 km) can be reached in an hour.

The nearest airport, Sant'Egidio, with national and some international flights, is located in Perugia (36 km, about 40 minutes drive). Other airports in Central Italy are Ancona Falconara (93 km), Florence Peretola (182 km), Rome Ciampino (217 km) and Rome Fiumicino (233 km).

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