In Umbria, surrounded by the soft, green countryside of the Niccone Valley, in an isolated and particularly quiet position. Surrounded by more than a hundred olive trees, it is located at about 450 metres above sea level, at the beginning of the Niccone Valley going towards Cortona, crossed by the stream from which it takes its name. On either side of the valley you can admire 5 castles and 3 medieval villages built between 1100 and 1200 a.d. The farmhouse was renovated in 1999, rationalising the spaces while respecting the original architecture, recovering as much as possible the original materials, such as the stones of some of the walls, the tiles and the strong wooden beams.
The total surface area of the property is 250 square metres divided as follows:
BASEMENT FLOOR: Rustic kitchen, bathroom, Porch, Garage, GROUND FLOOR: 2 Loggias, Living room, Kitchen/dining room – Hallway – 2 Bathrooms, 2 Bedrooms,
FIRST FLOOR: Study, Kitchen, Hallway – 2 Bedrooms, Bathroom
Particular care has been taken in the installation of technological systems for energy saving, such as solar panels, a heat pump and security with anti-theft system and video control.
The detail of the kitchen in solid chestnut wood masonry as all the windows and doors of the property, right details of the interior of some rooms and bathrooms.
The property is immersed in its 5000 square metres of property and is served by all utilities such as water, electricity, gas and telephone. The gas supply is guaranteed by a tank of 1000 litres buried and not visible, while the water is served by the public water pipe and a reserve of 500 litres with autoclave. A 6 KW photovoltaic system and a 7.5 Kw storage battery of excellent quality are included in the price and guarantee the energy supply of the house.