With lovely views of nearby Todi, this is a semi-detached house on four floors of approx. 274 m2. It dates back to the 1800s and when the current owners bought it in 1990, they undertook major restoration work which was periodically up-dated, the last phase taking place in 2004.
During restoration original materials like stone, brick, tufa and wooden beams were maintained or re-used and others like marble and new terracotta tiles introduced. The house has many features typical of Umbrian buildings – exposed stone walls, vaulted ceilings and fireplaces. There are also two small terraces (one covered) and an attic that is yet to be restored.
A few steps away, across the village street, is a well-maintained garden with a lawn, vines, fruit trees, a pergola and an old bread oven. There is ample space for a pool and planning permission exists for a cottage of 125m2.
Not far from the main Umbrian dual carriageway that connect Todi with Rome and Florence, the location is ideal.
Ground Floor: hallway with stairs to upper three floors, independent apartment with dining room with kitchen area, bathroom, living room/bedroom.
First Floor: open space living room, dining area and kitchen
Second Floor: three bedrooms, a bathroom
Third Floor: two attic rooms – to convert
Utilities: mains water, electricity, reserve water tank, telephone, LPG mains.
Energy class: G
Price: Euro 280 000.00