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Sleeps 6
Living Space

3 Bedrooms

Upper Floor
3 double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms and stunning views of the valley
Lower Floor
Handmade kitchen with marble worktop and high spec appliances
Open plan living and dining area with wood burning stove
Guest loo


Swimming pool (16m x 4m) – Can be heated at additional cost. The pool has an automatic thermic and child friendly pool cover.
Covered outdoor dining area
Central heating
Cot – payable extra
High chair
Air con
Wine fridge

Domestic Services

Mid week clean
Garden and pool maintenance


Casa Cirasa is just outside the small hilltop town of Citta della Pieve (8 minutes by car) on the Tuscan/Umbrian border. The lively town has a weekly market, three supermarkets, several bars and restaurants as well as hotels

Monteleone d’Orvieto is a 10 minute drive
Orvieto is a 40 minute drive (it has one of Italy’s most beautiful cathedrals, the Duomo of Orvieto)
Montepulciano is a 40 minute drive
Perugia is a 50 minute drive
Assisi is a 1 hour drive
Todi is a 1 hour drive (great for antique furniture shopping)
Siena, Rome or Florence are all within driving distance for day trips


Driving distances from nearby airports:
Perugia 50 minutes
Rome 2 hours
Florence 2 hours
Car hire is essential

Local Information

Citta della Pieve boasts an 11th century tower and an impressive medieval castle. There are some great restaurants: both basic and ’posh’; a little of everything but all very delicious. The weekly Saturday market offers some great local fare. The village also has a claim to fame: it is home to what is thought to be Italy’s narrowest street, the Via Baciadonne (or “Kiss Women Street”), probably built following a quarrel between neighbours.

There are many other wonderful hilltop towns within easy reach.. A trip to Orvieto is a must, with its elegant shops and wonderful cafes. The site of the city as you approach is incredibly dramatic as it rises above the vertical faces of cliffs (it is built on an old volcano) that are completed by defensive walls built of the same stone.

It is also under an hour to drive to Montepulciano, world-famous for its vino noble (do try the Pici pasta which it is also very well known for) where a happy day can be spent in the cool wine caves sampling the delicious local wine.

Nearer to the house is cycling, golf and water sports at Lake Trasimeno. There is a small (but fun) water park 20 minutes away which serves great coffee for adults!

Our View

A recently restored property in the modern European style, the owners are passionate art collectors and the property includes a fine selection of unique pieces by the Dutch artists Erwin Olaf and Henrik Kerstens. In the sitting-dining room is an impressive painting by the Sicilian artist Sergio Fiorentino which provided the design inspiration for the house. Upstairs there is a red, blue and green bedroom, each with individual colourful elements, old Sicilian tiles, high quality linen sheets and memory foam mattresses.

Surrounding the property are age-old olive trees and the stunning views stretch over the surrounding hills towards the Cetona mountains. Within the clever landscaping a big cherry tree stands next to the front door as a wonderful landmark. This is a property of truly eye-catching design and perfect for small groups looking for somewhere unique to stay.

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