Built in correspondence with pre-existing structures, the villa has an eighteenth-century layout; initially intended as a convent, over the centuries it has changed its use several times: convent, hunting lodge, farm and private residence. It was owned by clergymen, nobles and entrepreneurs who contributed to enlarge it, enrich it and shape its current charm. The charm of a splendid historic residence, located in a dominant position, surrounded by greenery and a few kilometers from the city of Perugia.
The Villa is articulated on three luxurious floors enriched by frescoes and, on the noble floor, by polychrome marbles clearly visible above all in the Sala Azzurra, in the Sala Rossa and in the Library; on the first floor there are four master suites with a splendid view of the surrounding hills while the large halls, also frescoed, on the ground floor allow access to the cloister, the lemon house and the swimming pool.
In addition to the 1,200 square meters of the main structure, there are four ancillary buildings for another 1,300 square meters: an office building, a farmhouse, a tool shed and the riding stable; the property is completed by 18 hectares of olive groves, terraced and crossed by avenues.
Located in the quiet and exclusive hilly area of Trinità, it is halfway between Perugia and Corciano; the historic center of Perugia can be reached in about 10 minutes by car, the international airport of Umbria San Francesco di Assisi in about 20 minutes. The exits of the freeway are located about 5 minutes and from here you can reach: Rome in less than 2 hours, Florence in 1 hour and 30, Siena and lower Tuscany in 1 hour.