Detached house located in the wonderful historical centre of Monteleone d’Orvieto, a stone’s throne from Città della Pieve. On three floors, the 160 square metre apartment is also provided with a garage, cellar and a cavern on the basement level. The estate was restored several times between the 1980 and the 2000. Classe Energetica G e IPE ≥177.975 kwh/m2anno
The estate is situated in the historical centre of Monteleone d’Orvieto, nearby one of the smallest theatre of Italy. The quaint medieval hamlet located between Umbria e Toscana, is easily reachable in 5 minutes by car from the A1 motorway and the railway station at Fabro. Within a radius of few kilometres there are all the most characteristic historical centres of Umbria. It is extremely close to the picturesque town of Città della Pieve and Orvieto, renowned all around the world for its buildings and good wine, to the spas of San Casciano dei Bagni and Chianciano, which are only 20/30 minutes away by car and Perugia, which is about 30/40 minutes far.
This detached house of 160 square metres is on three floors, and includes a garage, cellar and a cavern on the basement level. The apartment has a private entrance on the main street of the historical town. On the ground floor there is the entrance, a double bedroom and a bathroom, on the middle floor there is a bathroom, on the first floor there is a kitchen with a fireplace, a living room and a large double room with en suite bathroom. On the second floor there is a further bathroom, a large living room with a small terrace of 3 square metres, a double bedroom and a large room that used to be a second kitchen. From this level, and in particular from the living room’s balcony, it is possible to face the valley and admire the beauty of the surrounding country from Montegabbione to Fabro and Ficulle. In the basement there is a convenient garage, a cellar and some caverns dug in the tuff, typical of the old houses of the historical centres of this area. The garage is directly linked with the house through an internal staircase. Externally the building was completely restored few years ago and its stone and brick walls are therefore in great condition. The roof was completely remade in 1995. Internally the property had several renovations between 1980 and 2000. It is currently habitable, but is in need of improvement as most of the decoration is from the ’80s and the spaces could be used in a better way.
State of repair:
The apartment partly ready to be inhabited, but needs some improvement regarding the decor and the space distribution. The pipes are all in working order. Floors are in the typical ‘80s majolica or in terracotta. Internal window frames are in aluminium with double glazing, while the shutters, all in perfect condition, are wooden.
The house is supplied with all the main utilities that are available in the town, such as public waterworks, the Enel substation supplying the electricity, the telephone service, and the autonomous natural gas heating system, with radiators in each room of the first and ground floors. The second floor has all the pipework but needs the radiators.
Land registry details:
The building was built before the 1967 and then renovated with appropriate licences and permits. The property is legally registered at the NCEU in the town of Monteleone d’Orvieto
Ownership Details/Contractual Obligations:
The property is headed to a person and the sale is then subject to tax registration of 9% if purchased as a second house or 2% if bought as a first house with the obligation to transfer the residence within 18 months from the date of the notarial deed.
Potential Land Use:
The property is perfect as a second house to be used at weekends or for short vacations, as it is near Rome and has all the main transport links (the A1 motorway and the railway Rome – Florence), or to relax in a renowned and appreciated area of Tuscany and Umbria. Here it is possible to enjoying the good food, quality of life, the beauty of its panoramas and the tourist attractions. Due to its size, it could be a lovely home or it could be split in two parts.
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