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Country seat – Massa Martana, Umbria, Italy

790,000 €
  • Total area
    723 m²
  • Land area
    9,437 m²
  • Bedrooms
    10
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Features
  • Total rooms: 19
  • 2-floor building
  • 1 floor
  • Built in 1800
  • Internet
  • TV
  • Furnished
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden

This charming private hamlet consists of two stone farmhouses connected one another through a courtyard. The oldest part dates back to the fifteenth century; the other parts were added in the next centuries. The property has a wide garden with panoramic view of Todi and private swimming pool and is located only 2km away from Massa Martana. This mansion offers an old-fashioned atmosphere, is set on a slight slope immersed in greenery, overlooking Todi on one side and surrounded by the Monti Martani oaks and holm oaks on the back. Next to the farmhouse, set in an English style meadow and surrounded by hedges of bamboo and laurel, we find the swimming pool, with equipped gazebo and movable BBQ, perfect for pleasant al fresco barbecues. The property is also provided with two automatic gates.

The property is provided with wifi and TV SAT, alarm system, heating system fuelled by LPG (a part of the building has underfloor heating, while the other part has radiators), 13-panel thermal/solar system, 2 water collection tanks.

The property was marvellously restored in 2001. One wing of the building is provided with elevator platform to reach the main apartment. All the windows have mosquito nets.

The property is currently partly used as private residence and partly as touristic facility. Considering its peculiarities, the entire hamlet could be perfectly turned into a private residence, with no need for particular and important modifications to the structure.

Massa Martana is a small centre that preserves the typical characteristics of a medieval town. The area is listed among the routes of the wine and of the antique olive oil mills, but is also well-known for its mushrooms and truffles. The numerous restaurants offer typical dishes of the Umbrian cuisine. The central position, bordering with Todi, allows to visit some of the main Umbria towns, like Spoleto (37km), Montefalco and its red wine (22km) and Bevagna (24km). Hiking lovers will appreciate the Martani route, a 110-km path that could be experienced on foot.

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.

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