Prestigious estate for sale in Umbria
Located near Perugia, in a sunny position on the hills with a fantastic panoramic view, this prestigious estate is for sale.
The property was originally part of an historic villa, standing out from the hill in the middle of the small village, built in the 1500s by a cardinal who used it as his summer residence. With all its waters and secret channels, the hill was the ideal location for pleasant holidays surrounded by nature, enjoying the calmness of the area around Perugia.
Allegedly this villa for sale, which includes a stable and a large, completely and finely decorated palace, was built before the 16th century Cardinal residence. The palace, with an internal surface of 800 m2, then became a lodging of it. At the moment it can either be used in its entirety, as a prestigious villa, or divided into five large apartments.
The stable, which needs some renovation, is 650 m2 big and the 2.5 ha park of the property, is connected to the one surrounding the Cardinal’s villa, which has not only historical relevance but is also important for its botanical variety and its beauty.
The Cardinal’s villa is owned by the Italian State, but this property for sale has remained private, and the accurate renovations made during the years have given it a new charm, bringing back its old glory and making it one of the most exclusive properties in the area.
price: 2,5M to 5M
Type: luxury villa – historic estate
Internal surface: 1450 m2
External surface: 2.5 ha
Internal surface: 800 m2
External surface: 1 ha
It is possible to divide it into 5 apartments
Internal surface: 650 m2
External surface: 1.5 ha
Perugia 13 km - Sea 150 km - Arezzo 70 km - Florence 140 km - San Marino 150 km - Rome 190 km – Rome Fiumicino International Airport 220 kmRef: 1560
price: 2,5M to 5M
Located in a strategic position between wonderful art cities such as Florence, Rome and Siena, Perugia is one of the most charming cities in Italy, with its five historic districts enclosed by ancient Etruscan walls. Most of the historical, artistic and urban origins of Perugia go back, however, to the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
The undisputed symbol of the town is the Fontana Maggiore, built in the Thirteenth Century. Another place of interest is the Palazzo dei Priori, on whose doors are located the famous statues of the Griffin and the Lion, other symbols of the city.
Perugia and the villages around it are home to fabulous luxury villas, scattered between the walls of the town and the leafy countryside.