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Ancient restored villa between Spoleto and Montefalco, Umbria, Italy

2,200,000 €
  • Total area
    784 m²
  • Land area
    33,000 m²
  • Bedrooms
    10
  • Bathrooms
    11
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Features
  • 4-floor building
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Elevator

The former old mill on the hill between Spoleto and Montefalco was converted into a house and is now used as a hotel. The property has a land plot of more than 3 hectares, including a large park with lawn. There is a heated pool with hydromassage (length 14.5 m, width 9.35 m, depth 1.5 m). The park is equipped with an automatic irrigation system. There are over 150 fruit trees.

Interior

Ground floor — main entrance with lift, suitable for people with disabilities. The left wing has a large kitchen, a dining room with access to the portico, a double parlor with a fireplace, separated by a traditional brick archway. The night area with a separate entrance from the street has two bedrooms with bathrooms.

First floor is divided into two zones. The first zone (connected by stairs and an elevator, has a separate entrance) has 5 bedrooms with bathrooms, a salon. The second zone with a separate entrance includes a living room and a small kitchen, a bathroom, a bedroom and an additional bedroom with a separate bathroom.

Second floor — a bedroom with a separate bathroom, a spacious walk-through room (salon/study), a bathroom and a large bedroom with an exit to the terrace.

The underground floor has a separate entrance and is connected to the kitchen by a freight elevator. It includes utility rooms with three warehouses, a storeroom and a technical room.

Equipment

The oldest part of the house was built at the end of the 18th century. The property has been recently renovated. The renovation works were carried out keeping the traditional style of the original building, high quality finishing materials were used, communication and engineering systems of the latest generation were installed. The interiors include handcrafted terracotta floors, vaulted or beamed ceilings combined with tiles, and some walls have been left as they were with stonework. The property is in excellent condition.

Advantages

The property can remain an excellent hotel or become a magnificent private residential house for those who want to live in nature, but close to the city. Multiple bedrooms (some with separate entrances) allow you to host family and friends, or rent out these rooms for a week or the entire villa during periods of non-use.

Location and nearby infrastructure

The nearest village with shops is only 3 km away (5 minutes by car); in 15 minutes you can drive to Montefalco (10 km) and Spoleto (15 km).

It is a popular tourist area with many historical sites and cultural events taking place all year round in Umbria. Perugia is 60 km away, less than an hour away by car.

The property has an advantageous equidistant location for excursions to the historical centers of Umbria, Tuscany and Lazio.

The nearest airport is in Perugia (55 km, less than an hour by car), and in two hours you can reach Rome's international airports Ciampino (158 km) and Fiumicino (174 km).

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    Location right down to the building, street or city

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