La Posta is a historic building from the 1700s. It is located in the historic center of a charming Umbrian village halfway between Perugia and Todi. Austere and imposing, it has a triple view: on the access road, on the main square of the village, on the surrounding countryside.
The building, which must be restored, retains the distinctive features of its glorious past. The external facades are in ancient bricks, the roof in tiles, and the window frames in wood. Internally it has wooden beams and terracotta tiles, terracotta and ceramic floors, stone fireplaces, and long corridors.
The building is on 4 levels:
A ground floor (184 sqm) consisting of an entrance hall, study, and living room, plus a kitchen with fireplace and living room that overlooks the garden.
A mezzanine floor (116 square meters) once used as a granary now houses a large hall
A first floor (182 square meters), completely used as a sleeping area which houses seven bedrooms and two bathrooms
Finally, a basement (68 sqm) which houses the cellar and the garage.
The external courtyard is large and divided into two large areas. The first with direct access to the main road consists of a gravel driveway and an Italian garden. The second with direct access to the village houses the vegetable garden and orchard.
Usage and destinations
The imposing building lends itself to different uses: residential, hospitality, and commercial. The structure is solid but needs a general restoration to fully express its potential. The location is of great interest, close to the main historic cities of Umbria and Lake Trasimeno.
- 7 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1 Garages
- 550 m2