Between Marsciano and Collepepe we propose an imposing 16th century palace, surrounded by an Italian garden with fountains, lemon house, rose garden and reading pavilion. The property is completed by the caretaker’s cottage, the park with octagonal fish pond with galeotta tower and the church of the Madonna del Cerro, built in the early 1600s and frescoed by pupils of the Pinturicchio school. The latter, although located close to the surrounding wall, is currently separated from the main buildings by a public road.
The central body of the building, dating back to the early sixteenth century, is spread over three floors and has an H-shaped plan, surmounted by a turret; the lower side wings in front of the garden were added around 1790 and connected to the lemon house only in 1852. The portals of the two facades are aligned and connected by a large atrium, supported by large coupled columns, was originally used as an entrance to the carriages, the signs of which are still visible on the terracotta flooring.
The complex has an area of almost 3,500 square meters and is surrounded by almost 4 hectares of land used partly as a garden and partly as a park, incorporating the natural water course of the Fosso del Paterno.
The dimensions, the charm of the structure, the entirely flat land and the optimal position lend themselves well to the most diverse uses: private representative residence, residential complex or luxury accommodation facility.
Palazzo Vallerani is located in the heart of the province of Perugia halfway between Marsciano and Collepepe, in a quiet, private area surrounded by greenery but close to all services: the town center is less than 3 km away and here you can find shops, schools, supermarkets, restaurants and public transport.
The highway exit is about 2 km away and from here you can reach Perugia and Assisi in about 30 minutes, the international airport of Umbria in 20 minutes, Rome, Florence and lower Tuscany in 1 hour and 30 minutes.