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Country seat – Baschi, Umbria, Italy

560,000 €
  • Total area
    550 m²
  • Land area
    7,540 m²
  • Bedrooms
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  • Total rooms: 15
  • 3-floor building
  • 1 floor
  • Built in 1986
  • Lake at 3,000 m
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet
  • TV
  • Furnished
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Forest view

In the municipality of Baschi, a few kilometres away from the town of Orvieto, we find L'Ulivo, a house built at the end of the 1980s in an open and dominant position and easily reached by a short paved road. Used as an agritourism business, the property is on 3 levels, with a total commercial surface area of approximately 550 sqm, divided as follows: on the basement floor, which is accessed from the stone portico, we find the large restaurant room with its two wood-burning fireplaces, ante-bathroom and two bathrooms, the large professional kitchen, two storage rooms and the dishwasher room; on the ground floor, which is accessed from the back of the property, we find a beautiful entrance hall, a dining area with kitchenette, a large living area with fireplace, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms, one of which with shower and Jacuzzi. A covered terrace runs along two sides and offers beautiful views of the surrounding landscape. The master bedroom has a balcony with a direct view of the pool and garden. Going up the beautiful iron staircase we reach the first floor, where there is a bathroom, two rooms and a large terrace of 13 sqm, also overlooking the pool. Built in 2014, the swimming pool with Roman staircase measures 7x15 metres and is entirely covered in mosaic. The large solarium is made of handmade terracotta. The garden all around measures about 3,000 m² The property includes an olive grove of over 4,000 m² in production.

The property is served by the main utilities and the municipal aqueduct. The electrical system was redone in 2015 and a pellet-hydro stove was installed for heating. In the restaurant room there is air conditioning system.

The large restaurant room in the basement has a handmade terracotta floor from Castel Viscardo. The other rooms are paved in ”monocottura“ tiles, as are the entire ground and first floor. The sleeping area has parquet flooring. There is already the predisposition to connect the ground floor with the basement through a spiral staircase. The windows are made of chestnut wood and double glazed. In 2015 some modernisation and improvement works were carried out, including the construction of a cavity for optimal thermal insulation.

The property is currently used ad agritourism and touristic accommodation. Due to its structure and internal layout, it could be easily converted in a private residence and used as first or second home.

The property is located in the Municipality of Baschi; 13 km away from Orvieto and 10 km away from the A1 motorway exit. From here you can easily reach many centres of tourist, historical and natural interest such as the nearby Lake Corbara (4 km), Todi (about 30 km), Civita di Bagnoregio (20 km) and the many small towns that make up the charm of the green heart of Italy.

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