110 km - 68 miles
104 km - 65 miles
113 km - 70 miles
132 km - 82 miles
95 km - 59 miles
131 km - 81 miles
94 km - 58 miles
109 km - 68 miles
*Please note distances are straight line measurements and are approximate
Splendid property, in a hilly area about 8 km from Spoleto, immersed in a 2-hectare garden surrounded by 13 hectares of arable land and woodland, with unique features that give it enormous potential for use ranging from residential to hospitality. The farmhouse made up of eight perfectly restored and finely furnished apartments and an 8x18 swimming pool are the postcard that immediately appears to anyone who enters the property, which is enriched with a restaurant, a relaxation area with gym, three padel courts (of which one covered) and a beach volleyball court.
The Great Estate group carries out a technical due diligence on each property acquired through the seller's technician, which allows us to know in detail the urban and cadastral status of the property. This due diligence may be requested by the client at the time of a real interest in the property.
The property is served by all utilities.
The property has been completely renovated, the ceilings are in lightened beams and the floors are in wood or ceramic. The luxury furniture is the result of the many years of expertise of a historic and prestigious local firm.
Spoleto is one of the most beautiful and prestigious cities in Umbria, a magnificent example of medieval and Renaissance art which hosts the famous Festival dei Due Mondi every year. Thousands of tourists visit it every year for its treasures such as the Cathedral, the Roman Theater, the Rocca Albornoziana, the Ponte delle Torri. Ancient capital of the Longobard dukes, Spoleto will leave you breathless thanks to the richness of the historical-artistic heritage, testimony of the most diverse historical eras that saw it as a protagonist. In a postcard addressed to his wife, Herman Hesse wrote: “Spoleto is the most beautiful discovery I have made in Italy, there is such a wealth of almost unknown beauties, mountains, valleys, oak forests, convents, waterfalls.