Living Space

6 Bedrooms:

Original House
Ground Floor

Stunning stainless steel kitchen with restored fireplace
Well-equipped outdoor kitchen
Sitting room with open fireplace and French doors to the outdoor terrace
Dining room
1st Floor
Double bedroom with en suite shower room and private terrace
*Please note there is another double bedroom with en suite shower room in the original house but it does not have air con. The house has a maximum occupancy of 12 so this room is usually unused.

Guest House (50m away from the original house)
Ground Floor
2 double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms
Double bedroom
Twin bedroom (shares shower room with above double bedroom)
Large living room with a big open fireplace, small kitchen and 2 sets of French windows
1st Floor
Double bedroom with en suite shower room

Spa
Sauna, Turkish hammam, marble cold water plunge pool and a well equipped ‘Technogym’ gym
Sitting room
Fireplace

Amenities

Swimming pool (12m x 4.5m)
Tennis court with jacuzzi
Well-equipped outdoor kitchen with Egg BBQ, gas grill
Plenty of comfortable outdoor seating areas
Volleyball court
Table tennis
Boules
A/C in the bedrooms only
TV
WiFi
Central heating
Room fans
Cot
Highchair
Carport and shaded parking

Domestic Services

Mid week clean
Property manager

Location

Situated in the rural heart of Italy, Umbria
The nearest town is Todi, a 14 minute drive away
Spoleto is 45 minutes by car
Orvieto is 45 minutes by car

Transport

Fly to Perugia, just under an hours’ drive away, or Rome, a 2 hour drive from the house

Car hire is recommended

Local Information

The nearest lively town, Todi, is a mere 10 minute drive. Todi has wonderful restaurants, pizzerias and gelaterias, Italian local shops and there is more than enough choice for your daily needs. The large piazza in the centre of the town is perfect for sun downers.

Nearby the vineyards at Torgiano there is a well-known wine museum where you can learn about the history of Italian wine-making, who do tours. On the same ticket you can also visit the local olive oil museum.

In Deruta you will find the famous, traditional ceramics known as Maiolica (also found in other local towns) – true devotees of this china seek out Deruta where 250 factories still produce this colourful ceramic. From huge outdoor pots to tiny hand painted espresso cups – your suitcases will be bulging.

It is a great area for those who love their food and wine – with the celebrated Montefalco and Montepulciano not far away, sample tastings and tours galore before delicious lunches in any of these Umbrian hilltop towns – just wonderful!

Umbria is also known for its traditional linens and cashmere – these can be bought in nearby Todi.

Visit one of the many markets in the area and come home with a proper, authentic pizza cutter – or a great big hunk of parmesan cheese to last you through the Autumn.

Our View

An exceptionally comfortable house with absolutely everything you could need for a family holiday- tennis court, spa, boules, fabulous outdoor kitchen… and the nearest town with delicious restaurants is only a quick nip in the car. Inside, the interiors are grown-up and sumptuous. This house would be equally perfect with roaring log fires in autumn as it would on a hazy summers’ day. The 3 separate buildings are great for anyone looking to stay in a large group. Grandparents can have a bit of peace and quiet or teenagers can have their own independence too.

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