- Updated On:
- October 19, 2021
- 6 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 815 m2
- Year Built: 1800
A 19th-century Elegant Frescoed Palace, midway between Perugia and Todi, impressively standing on the main square of an Umbrian village. It commands a wonderful panoramic view of the surrounding countryside.
The Palace facades are in stone and bricks and contain an impressive 815m² (8.873ft²) of interior space, featuring frescoed walls, decorated stairways, interesting architectural details, and a wonderful panoramic terrace of 108m² (1.162ft²).
The frescos and mural paintings merit special mention: they are works of the Futurist Maestro Gerardo Dottori (1884-1977) who developed part of his artistry in the area.
The palace is on several levels. The 87m² (936ft²) ground floor has an elegant hall, two storage rooms, and a small storeroom. On the 287m² (3.089ft²) first floor there is a hall, a kitchen, a living room, a sitting room, four bedrooms, a bathroom, and a storeroom. The second floor contains a kitchen, a dining room, a living room, two bedrooms, a bathroom, for a total of 181m² (1.948ft²) plus a panoramic terrace of 106m² (1.141ft²).
There is also a basement level with two cellars, two storerooms, and a boiler room, comprising 132m² (1.421ft²). Plus there is an attic with three rooms for an additional 128m² (1.378ft²).
The property is conveniently located in the center of Umbria and close to main roads. The palace shell is solid but needs restoration to bring it to its original splendor. It can be a splendid single residence and/or divided into two or more apartments.
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