The hamlet is divided into several living units, for a total surface of about 1.000 m² with 12 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms and numerous common areas. At the same time, each space has its privacy, thanks to the many entrances. The main farmhouse is divided into four living units: one of 330 m² at ground floor, two apartments of 165 m² each on the first floor, one of 300 m² with terrace of 30 m² on the second floor. There is also a spacious guesthouse of 200sqm, currently used as common area and multi-purpose room. In a raised position, we find a beautiful salt water infinity swimming pool. Outside, we have a wide meadow with small vegetable garden, barbecue area, 2 ruins to be rebuilt for a total area of 200 m² and 39ha of land with vineyard, olive grove, pasture and wood. There is a 100-meter-deep well with drinkable water and a constructed wetland to recycle all the waste and rain water. The heating system is fuelled by biofuel, while there is a solar thermal system for the production of hot water with 10Kx photovoltaic panels.
The property is provided with all the necessary activities.
The complex was completely restored in 2012, respecting the features and the typical style of a country house. The original cotto pavements and the exposed beams make the rooms particularly charming and evocative of an ancient time.
The eco-friendly touristic activity is already working and could be easily improved. Anyway, the hamlet could also be turned into a timeshare property.
The hamlet is located in a secluded position, just a few kilometres away from the town of Umbertide with all the necessary amenities.
Great Estate Group, through the owner’s specialist, draws up a due diligence on each property, which allows to perfectly know the urbanistic and cadastral situation of every property. The due diligence can be required in case of real interest in the property.
The property is owned by private individuals and the purchase will be taxed according to the current laws.