Ancient stone farmhouse with vineyard
The property includes an old stone farmhouse, two small outbuildings and agricultural land for a total of 22,000 m².
Ancient stone farmhouse
The farmhouse, of about 280 m², is a local stone building whose initial structure, still visible in the weaving of the external walls of the tower part, is of medieval origin.
The farmhouse underwent a major structural renovation in the 70s, which has kept intact the charm of the ancient building and other internal renovations from 2006 to 2016.
The two housing units, one located on the ground floor and the other on the first and second floors, are each equipped with an independent natural gas heating system, a kitchen and a fireplace in the living area.
The entrance to the lower part is through a pergola, equipped with an electrically operated pergola, with an area of approximately 25 m². Inside there is a large living room, a double bedroom connected to the bathroom by a wardrobe area, a kitchen, a dining room with fireplace for cooking, in addition to the brick wood oven adjacent to the fireplace. On the ground floor there is also a cellar, which includes all the equipment necessary for winemaking, functioning but not used in recent years.
On the first floor there is a kitchen, living-dining area, two bedrooms and two bathrooms adjacent to the bedrooms; an internal staircase leads up to the second floor, which includes two bedrooms and a bathroom.
If required, the farmhouse can be supplied complete with the currently existing furniture.
In 2012, the two agricultural outbuildings were the subject of a rebuilding project which includes a basement, a first floor and an attic of 42 m² each; there is also the possibility of expanding the farmhouse for a total area of 100 m². Both projects were formally presented in the municipality and received approval.
The property includes land for a total of 22,000 m² today dedicated to the garden and partly used as lawn and wood and a well. The hilly area hosts a vineyard certified by the Authorities of the Umbria Region for the production of DOC wine.
The property is accessed via a private bridge over the Oscano stream which also gives its name to the Castle which dominates the valley. Located in the Municipality of Perugia, in an area with a typical character of the Umbrian countryside, in an area that offers typical restaurants, historical residences, sports facilities, swimming pools, riding stables, splendid from a naturalistic point of view, rich in woods, small courses of water, ancient castles, parish churches and medieval villages. Urban bus stop at 300 m for connections to the center of Perugia and the railway station. Good road connections with cities of art and spirituality such as Assisi, Gubbio, Orvieto, Spoleto, Todi, Cortona and Siena, all reachable in a time not exceeding an hour’s journey. In 15 minutes you reach Lake Trasimeno. Both Florence and Rome are easily reachable by train with times of one hour and a half and two hours respectively.