Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
Podere Palazzone - San Venanzo, Italy
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Podere Palazzone

2-6 Keys 6 Bedrooms 14 Guests 4 Baths

Description

This stunning Umbrian is a true dream house. Totally renovated, combining all the modern needs, together with the original 17th-century details. Conveniently located at just a few minutes from some of the most beautiful Umbrian villages.
This property offers a tranquil stylish retreat and gateway opportunity to explore the Italian countryside!

The oldest part of the house dates from 1665. These big Umbrian walls keep the house cool in the summer and warm during wintertime. The property, with its large windows and terraces all around, has a splendid 180 degrees view over the valley with its distant Sibillini mountaintops.

The infinity pool overlooking the valley and the beautiful garden are serene and inviting. You can always choose to relax in the shadow during the warm long summer or enjoy the sun.
In the outside wall facing the valley, there is an original working pizza oven. You’re welcome to make your own pizzas there.

In the near surroundings, you’ll find the typical beautiful Umbrian villages and cities like Todi, Orvieto, Assisi, and Perugia.

Roman history is all around you. If you are a medieval or renaissance art lover you’re in the right spot. Every trip offers you the calming green landscape with vineyards, olive yards, and sunflowers. Wine and olive oil tasting is a lovely activity to do in the famous vineyards of Montefalco, only half an hour drive through the stunning landscape. On every hilltop is a medieval village to visit!

The churches are full of fresco’s, Spoleto’s Duomo is especially worthwhile.

The local Umbrian cuisine is simple, pure, and superb! You can try, but we gave up competing with the local nonna’s making their lovely pasta’s, meat and vegetable dishes. Always fresh from their own land, always handmade.

The great position: located two hours from Florence, two hours from Rome, one and half hours from the Adriatic coast (Ancona) one hour from the Tuscan city Cortona (Famous for the movie "Under the Tuscan sun” and Dardano’s Chianina steak!), one hour from Lake Trasimeno, one and half hour from Siena (Tuscany). It is the perfect spot to discover the heart of Italy!


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Property Details

Size

Estate with 3 levels
6 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2500 square feet, 233 square meters

Bedrooms

King, King, King, King, King, and King
14 guests maximum

Nearest airport

Perugia Airport
45 min by car

Property View

Overlooking Tiber valley, towards the Apennine Mountains 180 degrees view!

Property ID

35403

Amenities

No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Additional Fees

Upon request, a laundry service can be provided at an extra cost.

Activities of Interest

  • Arts
  • Equestrian
  • Golf
  • Hike
  • Shopping
  • Watersports
  • Wine Country
  • Bicycle tours - Cycling in Umbria means cycling on quiet country roads, among colorful fields covered with sunflowers, olive groves, and vineyards, past numerous medieval hilltop villages.
  • Cooking classes - Plenty of cooking schools offer unique culinary experiences in one of the most pristine and least touristy parts of Italy.
  • Olive oil tasting - Visit family-run oil farms, walk in the olive groves, visit the oil press and indulge in tastings paired with local organic vegetables and bruschetta.

Places of Interest

  • For the art lovers this region is perfect with amazing pieces to be found in nearby towns including art treasures from Piero dela Francesca, Perugino and other Renaissance masters.
  • Lake Trasimeno (45 mins) - Italy’s third largest lake is home to plentiful wildfowl as well as easily accessible islands with ancient towns. Gentle hills dotted with medieval villas and castles, and woods, vineyards and olive groves, surround the lake.
  • Todi (50 mins) and Orvieto Cathedral (1 hour) - The hilltop town of Todi is one of the most picturesque in Italy. 30 mins beyond is Orvieto, whose ornate Cathedral is one of the highest achievements of Italian Gothic art and architecture.
  • Gubbio (1 hour) - Gubbio, where Saint Francis met the wolf—probably a metaphor for an outlaw who was converted to Christianity and renounced his past—is an exceptionally well-preserved medieval hillside town.