Villa Donadio is a traditional stone villa, dating back to the eighteenth century, with airy and bright rooms. It has been carefully restored by Tuscan and Umbrian artisans, for a delightful mix of rustic style and elegance.
Even if strategically located in the municipality of Tuoro sul Trasimeno, in Umbria, Villa Donadio is immersed among the Tuscan hills, in a panoramic position just a few kilometres away from the historical centre of the Etruscan Cortona.
Villa Donadio is surrounded by about 26ha of land, 1,5ha of which fenced in order to grant maximum privacy. The access to the farmhouse is allowed through an automatic gate.
The property covers an area of about 460sqm on three levels and is composed as follows: at ground floor, entrance, living room with French windows, dining room with marble fireplace, eat-in kitchen with pantry and outdoor cellar, laundry room, bathroom and 4 bedrooms, each with private bathroom; on the first floor, library with fireplace and master bedroom with en suite bathroom; on the second floor, mezzanine level overlooking the library, bedroom with fireplace and en suite bathroom.
Outside, we have a covered patio with outdoor kitchen, barbecue and wood burning oven.
All its windows enjoy breath-taking view.
The property, on three levels, boasts local stone and chestnut wood elements, Umbrian handmade tiles for the pavements, carefully-chosen antics and tailor-made furniture.
The property includes a perfectly maintained garden of 1,5ha with heated swimming pool of 12x6m and solarium and 26ha of land with small vineyard and 200 olive trees (Leccino and Frantoio variety).
The property is inserted into the vacation rentals market with very good income.
The villa is located at the border between Umbria and Tuscany, not so far away from Cortona. This small and cosy town of the Valdichiana, in the province of Arezzo, is enclosed by walls that date back to the roman and Etruscan era and was built on a hill at 600m a.s.l. Not far from the property, we find some of the most beautiful hamlets in Tuscany, such as Montepulciano, with its world-wide known red wine, Arezzo, hometown of Francesco Petrarca, and Siena, with its historical centre listed as UNESCO heritage site.
It is possible to get to Perugia and its Airport in less than 1 hour.