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Ancient estate with a swimming pool, an orchard and an olive grove in Spoleto, Umbria, Italy

1,300,000 €
  • Total area
    530 m²
  • Land area
    35,000 m²
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
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  • Total rooms: 15
  • 2-floor building
  • Built in 1100
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet
  • TV
  • Furnished
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Solar panels
  • Private restricted area
  • Grill area
  • Fully finished
  • Equipped with household appliances
  • Lots of natural light
  • Quality sanitary ware
  • Kitchen

A beautiful villa 8 km north of Spoleto with a gross area of ​​about 500 m² surrounded by 3.7 hectares of land fully fenced, part of which consists of productive olive trees, fruit trees and centuries-old oaks. The property was originally a convent and then became an olive pressing mill until 1958. In 1978 the property was meticulously restored by the current owners. The property is surrounded by a magnificent garden which houses a panoramic swimming pool with a solarium area, complete with changing rooms and bathroom.


On the ground floor the entrance leads to a room. On the same level we also find a cellar, two closets, a laundry room and three double bedrooms each with en-suite bathroom.

A large staircase leads to the first floor where you are welcomed by a splendid living room with original terracotta tiles and oak roof beams. There is also a study with bathroom and a kitchen with pantry. The other half of this floor has been transformed into an independent apartment with access from the garden consisting of a kitchen, a living room and a bedroom with private bathroom.


The last renovation (of a conservative nature) of the Villa was carried out around 1980: the external facades remained unaltered in masonry (more precisely in stone and brick) ”exposed“ and well finished and so were the detached annexes and the enclosure walls that partially delimit the property as well as the internal paths of the courtyard located at different levels.

The property includes all utilities: the main house is heated with diesel while the smaller apartment has a pellet stove and there is air conditioning in all bedrooms. There are also 6 kw photovoltaic solar panels. Gioiello sulla Valle has a telephone line in the house with broadband Wi-Fi Internet access. There is a private well for watering the garden.


Ideal as a main residence, given its short distance from the main services, villa is also perfect as a second home in which to spend unforgettable moments of peace surrounded by nature. It also lends itself well to income in the tourist rental circuit given the attractiveness of the area.

Location and nearby infrastructure

This large stone villa is located in a small valley north of Spoleto: the Umbrian city that hosts the cultural festival of the Two Worlds and twinned with Charleston in South Carolina. It is located near the old ”Flaminia“ state road (on the right side towards Foligno) between the cities of Spoleto and Campello Sul Clitunno.

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