- Updated On:
- October 14, 2021
- 7 Bedrooms
- 5 Bathrooms
- 780 m2
- Year Built: 1800
Villa Ada is a charming country estate. It is located in Umbria on the border with Tuscany, overlooking the blue waters of Lake Montepulciano, where time flows with a succession of bright dawns and fiery sunsets. All around is an enchanting landscape, well known and much loved by the international set.
The property consists of an elegant manor house, two outbuildings, a large outdoor courtyard, and 12 hectares – 29,66 ac. – of agricultural land.
The Villa, which stands on the ruins of an ancient farmhouse, has been carefully restored with a continuous search for minimal elegance. The external facades are embellished by the double loggia and details in Pietra Serena (bluish sandstone). The interior spaces are elegant and bright.
The Manor is on three floors, for a total of 650 sqm. – 6.997 sqft.
- On the ground floor, there is a kitchen, a living room with a fireplace, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
- On the first floor, there is a kitchen and three large bedrooms, and three bathrooms.
- The attic is divided into three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The larger outbuilding, on 130 sqm. – 1.400 sqft. -is on two floors. On the ground floor are a library and a working ancient oven. In the semi-basement, there are warehouses and a cellar.
The second annex, of 110 sqm – 1.184 sqft. – is also used as a warehouse and has the right to expand and can be easily turned into a second home with an independent entrance.
The external courtyard, introduced by two splendid cypress driveways, is wide and well-articulated. It is divided between an elegant rustic garden, the relaxation area, and the swimming pool with solarium. The property includes 12 hectares of agricultural land divided between olive groves and arable land, where various organic crops are grown.
Usage and destinations
Villa Ada is a graceful country estate in a prestigious setting. It is well connected to the main rail and road networks and it’s not far from the main Umbrian and Tuscan historical towns. The estate is an excellent first or second home and has a well-organized agricultural activity. It is also successfully offered in the thriving weekly tourist rental circuit.
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