Palazzo Cattaneo – Historical Palazzo in Umbria
Large portion (490 square meters) of historical palazzo, recently (2011) restored on a structural level (anti-seismic) and divided into two units, which could be joined together, one unit is already completed interiorly.
The Palazzo is adorned with a characteristic watch tower and a large terrace (80 square meters) very scenic, overlooking the vineyards of the DOC Sagrantino hills.
The ready units (you only need to install the boiler) is on two levels and includes wine cellar, hall, kitchen, living room, dining room, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.
The remaining part of the building consists of a garage (30 m2) on the ground floor and a total of 15 rooms which are spread over 3 floors, plus terraces and tower; this portion has been restored to the structural raw state (builders finish) and leaves ample space for the buyer to be able to finish the property according to their needs and personal taste.
Energy performance: G IPE 300 kwh / m2 per year
The palazzo is located in the centre of a charming fortified medieval village, in the prestigious Sagrantino wine area.
The village offers all the main shops and essential services. The other nearest towns are Bevagna 9 km, 12 km Montefalco, Foligno (large railway station) 16 km, Assisi 25 km, Perugia 40 km, Spoleto 45 km. Airport of Sant ‘Egidio 30-minute drive.
Large portion (490 square meters) of historical palazzo, recently (2011) restored on a structural level (anti-seismic) and divided into two units (which can be easily joined together) one of the units is already completed internally.
The ready unit (only the boiler needs to be installed) is on two levels with separate access on the ground floor and includes cellar, hall, kitchen, living room, dining room, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.
The remaining part of the building, renovated to the structural raw state, consists of – Ground floor: entrance hall and two rooms plus a garage (30 m2) with separate access.
-First floor: large room with provision for a fireplace and 3 additional rooms with access to the large roof terrace, which constitutes the real added value of this property. The hall is easily connected with the finished unit (as it was in the past).
-Second floor: large room with provision for fireplace, and a further 5 multipurpose rooms, access to the upper terrace.
Third floor: panoramic tower, overlooking the rooftops of the village and the vineyards of the DOC Sagrantino hills.
Usable: (430 | “)
Rooms: (24 | “)
Bathrooms: (2 | “)
Bedrooms: (7 | “)
State of repair
The Palazzo is externally plastered in a pleasant pale tint. Some interior walls have exposed brick or stone.
Many of the rooms have high ceilings with wooden beams and terracotta inlay tiles, and there are also many windows allowing lots of natural light.
The finished apartment’s floors are done in stoneware. While in the still unfinished portion tiles or other flooring needs to be added. Externally, there are wooden shutters for each window.
Utilities (electricity, water and natural gas) are all available on site
Planning and zoning situation
The house is regularly registered.
Ownership details and eventual contractual obligations
The building is made out to individuals and the sale is subject to registration tax on buildings of 9%.
The stunning historic palazzo is suitable as an prestigious office, as a holiday home, as a private residence, headquarters of an association or it could also be divided into units and used as an investment.