Splendid farmhouse built in 1490 in an oasis of peace in the hills of Umbria. Once owned by the Mandosi-Barcherini family. The house of 170 sqm on two levels with cellars dug into the tuff of 30sqm and 30sqm outbuilding have been renovated in 1986 by a famous architect, 2.3ha of land with olive grove, English garden and swimming pool.
Currently used as an elegant B & B and private residence.
Energy Class A – IPE 39.9kWh/m2 year
The property is located in the Cecanibbio Valley in a quiet part of the Umbrian countryside. Agricultural crops those vineyards, olive groves, arable land, blend with the natural environment creating a unique balance of shapes and colors. In the area the particular microclimate and the presence of an indigenous species of olive trees, of great quality, is the production of oil, one of the main resources. All at 2km from Amelia, a medieval village that retains it’s charm in southern Umbria, on the border with Lazio and is a few tens of kilometers from splendid cities of art like Narni 12km, 15km Orte (station and A1 highway), Orvieto 45km, Todi 30km, 45km Spoleto, Assisi and Rome 90km and Florence 200km.
Fiumicino Airport and the internatinal airporto of Perugia are respectively 75 and 45 minutes by car.
The property is recognized as a country house of Historical Interest and was part of the Mandosi-Barcherini estate. The Mandosi were a prominent family of the Roman Curia and the first bishops of Amelia. The house and the annex are renovated by Architect Antonio Ruffo with great care so as to retain its authenticity . A traditionalist who wanted to ensure a renovation faithful to the original Umbrian farmhouse.
The house entirely in natural stone of 170 sqm on two levels with approximately 30sqm cellar dug into the tuff.
On the ground floor 80sqm there are two rooms with two bathrooms.
On the first floor 90 sqm there are the kitchen with dining area and fireplace, a large living room, master bedroom. Each room has its own access to the garden. In addition, the house has a large patio area with outdoor kitchen.
The annex of 30sqm ground floor there is living room with kitchenette, bathroom and outdoor patio.
It ‘a small wooden house on the property about 18 sqm.
The land 2.33.18ha with nearly 200 olive trees, which produce an olive oil of high quality, a pool of 6x12m in a secluded and sunny garden, surrounded by flowers and olive trees. The garden is a very original mix of Mediterranean plants and English, with a wide variety of shrubs, tall trees, cypresses and oaks.
There is a 10kw photovoltaic system, from the point of view of energy the property is independent. A spring provides water for domestic use and for the pool. WiFi system in the house and in the garden, satellite TV and air conditioning.
Superficie utile:(230|net surface)
State of repair:
The farmhouse and outbuildings have been renovated in 1986, exposed beams, antique handmade terracotta floors, the fixtures are made of wood. In addition, the house has been propped under the foundation as it is located on a cliff of tuff.
All utilities are present and functioning. The water supply is ensured by means of a spring. heating system is powered by LPG tank and by a 25,000 BTU mitsubishi heat pump . There is a 10kw photovoltaic system, from the point of view of energy is independent of the property. A source provides water for domestic use and for the pool. WiFi system in the house and in the garden, satellite TV and air conditioning.
As for the disposal of sewage is ensured by a pit dispersion.
Land registry details:
Catastalmente the property is listed in the NCT the town of Amelia in regard to the land and Cadastre as regards the buildings.
Ownership Details/Contractual Obligations:
The property is owned by a private individual and the sale is subject to a registration tax of 9% for the building (or 2% if the property as a first house) and 12% for the land.
Potential Land Use:
Considering the potential thanks to the great location and the proximity to Amelia, the property is ideally suited both for use as a private home or exclusive B&B.