A farmhouse located in a panoramic position on the hills of Alta Sabina, about 45 minutes from Rome. This 174 sq.m building develops over one floor and includes a kitchen, 2 rooms, 2 bathrooms and 2 perfectly finished storage rooms. Swimming pool and a 3,000 sq.m olive grove.
Villa Tullia is a residence built next to Roman substructures in a hilly and panoramic position in the heart of the Sabina area.
We’re between Southern Umbria and Northern Lazio, where the countryside is lush and untouched.
From the garden, among the oak trees, you can even admire impressive ruins and the mosaics of a Roman villa (130 B.C.).
Villa Tullia overlooks Mount Soratte, the same breathtaking view that the owners of the Roman villa admired 2000 years ago.
The nearest built-up area, Cantalupo in Sabina, is a 5 minute drive (2.5 km). It takes 45 minutes to reach Terni, Rieti and Rome which are 37 km and 60 km away respectively.
A1 motorway Rome-Florence is 15 km away.
The nearest airports are Rome Ciampino (78 km) and Rome Fiumicino (92 km), both at about 1 hour by car.
Description of buildings
Villa Tullia develops over one floor and has a net saleable area of about 174 sq.m.
It includes a large living room with a fireplace, a kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms, in addition to two storage rooms, which are finished with the same materials as the rest of the house.
The villa features a porch, which can be accessed from the living room, and a pergola, which leads to one of the 25 sq.m storage rooms. Both the porch and the pergola are the perfect setting for your outdoor meals in the summer.
The measurements provided indicate the liveable surface area.
The liveable surface area is the same as the walkable surface area (which includes internal walls) plus 10% to take into account supporting walls.
The surface area occupied by stairs may only be calculated once.
State and finishing
This villa was built next to Roman substructures and is in excellent conditions.
It was built using typical materials of the ancient farmhouses of the area, making this residence seamlessly integrate into the territory. The exteriors feature exposed local stone and tile roofs. The interiors have terracotta floors and a part of the ceilings are made of wood and tiles. The stone fireplaces and the solid wood fixtures make the interiors warm and cosy.
This residence is surrounded by a private plot of land (about 7,000 sq.m), where you can admire the impressive ruins of a Roman villa (130 B.C.) and enjoy an archaeological walk to observe the cryptoporticus.
The villa is surrounded by a garden that includes a beautiful swimming pool (5x12 m) visible from the two porches.
The plot of land also includes a 3,000 sq.m olive grove (Leccino and Fantoiano cultivars), which can produce on average 500 kg of olives (about 80 litres of oil per year).
You also have the possibility to add 2.3 hectares to the plot of land, with another olive grove, thus reaching 3 hectares in total. Even the house can be expanded up to 300 sq.m.
Use and potential uses
Villa Tullia is a unique and picturesque residence, whose garden features Roman ruins.
Its panoramic and private position among the lush hills of Sabina does not make it isolated. Rome and its airports are less than one hour away (about 45 minutes). It’s ideal for those who are looking for a holiday home immersed in nature yet easy to reach. For the same reasons, this property can be included in the weekly rental circuit when not used or can be used as the main residence if you are looking for a one-floor house.