Living Space

4 bedrooms:

Ground floor:
Fully equipped kitchen
Indoor dining area
Sitting room with open fire
Garden room with Crittall-style windows and doors that make up the three of the walls
Laundry room
W/C with shower

First floor:
2 double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms

Second floor:
2 double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms


Swimming pool (16m x 4m)
Outdoor shower
Air conditioning
Each bedroom benefits from floor cooling and mosquito nets
Washing machine
Tumble dryer
Central heating
High chair
Wine cellar

Domestic Services

Bed linen and towels (including ones for pool use) are changed weekly
A cleaner also comes briefly, mid-week
Owners can arrange truffle hunting experiences as well as dinners and other activities. Please ask for further information


There are incredible panoramic views from the property, which is surrounded by a private truffle reserve and olive trees.
The first bar is at 3 mins from the property
Lake Bolsena is nearby which is lovely for a swim and also offers water sports
The ‘dying’ town of Bagnoregio is lovely for a day trip and lunch in town
Shopping can be done in Baschi at the Conad City (10 mins drive) or larger supermarkets, like the Coop, at the A1 exit at Orvieto Scalo (20 mins drive).
Villa Alba is close to several towns and cities, including, Orvieto (27km), Todi (35km), Deruta (56km), Spoleto (72km), Perugia (74km), Montepulciano – famed for its wine (87km), Assisi (90km), Cortona (111km), Gubbio (116km), Siena (138km), Florence (183km), and Rome (106km)


Fly to Perugia airport [PEG] – 72km from the villa
The train station at Orvieto is ideal for direct journeys to Rome, Florence, Arezzo and Perugia.

Local Information

The glow of the small city of Orvieto is beautiful from every angle. With architecture reminiscent of both Florence and Rome, its exquisite cathedral façade reflects the golden light of sunset like few others in the world. There are lots of shops and bars/restaurants, fabulous delis and wonderful bakeries. Well worth a visit.

Just east of Orvieto and only 35km from the villa you’ll find Todi. Perched on a lofty hilltop, high above the winding River Tiber, Todi’s tumbling traditional architecture makes it one of Umbria’s prettiest towns. Once a simple agricultural town, today’s gentrified Todi is a trendy retreat for foreign expats and Rome’s arts and media types. At its heart, the lovely Piazza del Popolo has plenty of good cafés and restaurants, plus you can climb the tower of San Fortunato church for fabulous views. Once you arrive, bypass the city gates and use the well signposted Porta Orvietana car park instead. Rather than having to climb the seriously steep hill into the centre, you will instead be able to ride up in style via the (free) lift.

Our View

This beautiful three-story villa, set in the rolling Umbrian hills, has been restored from its original stone building, giving it a unique contemporary look, but in no way disguising its roots.

The four spacious bedrooms take up the upper two floors of the original building, with the living space stretching out across the extended new build ground floor.

The glass effect of the downstairs interior makes the flow between inside and outside completely effortless. Relax with a glass of wine in the garden room and enjoy the balance of the indoor / outdoor experience that the Crittal style windows and doors offer.

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