Placed at 20 minutes from Todi’s historical centre, the farmhouse has an easy and not isolated position for who desires a property close to a small village with easy access. The E45, accessibile in 5 minutes, makes you reaching shortly the major cities of art like Todi (12 km), Perugia (56 km), Orvieto (38 km), Assisi (71 km), and Trasimeno Lake(100 km).
Roma is at 134 km and Florence at 192 km. The closest airport are Perugia Sant’Egidio (57 km) with daily flight sto London and Milan, Roma Ciampino (127 km) and Roma Fiumicino (148 km) for International flights.
At 500 metres there is the ancient medievale borgo of Camerata, old defensive castle placed at 512 metres above the sea level.
The farmhouse is disposed on three levels for a total surface of 255 square metres + a porch/veranda of 29 square metres. The ground floor is composed of a living room with arched portal facing the beautiful panorama from the Appennines to the mountains above Terni. The living room has a maximum height of 7 metres with an iron balustrade above the brick built central arch, which link sit to the dining area, where there is a large brick built fireplace. From the dining area a corridor leads to a perfectly furnished and equipped kitchen with pantry. The kitchen is very bright thanks to the presence of four French windows, one of which links it to the porch. Next to the kitchen there is a bathroom. A useful iron gate with terracotta tiles leads to the first floor, where there is an office overlooking the living room beneath. From the office we access the night area with two double rooms, both very bright thanks to the presence of two panoramic windows. Next to the bedrooms there are two bathrooms, one with shower and with with Jacuzzi bath tub. From the office we can also reach the tower, where there is a bright double bedroom with en suite bathroom, suitable for guests. From here we can enjoy a superb view on the surrounding countryside . An external staircase makes you reaching independently the first floor.
The farmhouse has been constructed by respecting the typical structure of the Umbrian farmhouses of the XV Century, with external stone walls, called "the yellow stone of Izzalini” for its typical yellow colour. The high ceilings from 2,60 m to 2,85 m up to 3.85 m in the highest part of the bedrooms and to 7 metres in the highest part of the living room, have the typical structure with wooden beams and terracotta tiles. The flooring have been done with travertine slabs in the living area and in the bathrooms and with larch slabs in the bedrooms and in the office. Great care has been taken to the choice of materials, all of high quality, especially in the toilet facilities, faucets, Deruta hand made ceramic finishing. The bathrooms’ furniture is of Carrara marble and travertine. The windows are in Swedish pine and have been hand made by a local artisan. Both in the living room and in the office there are solid oak bookcases.
Behind the farmhouse, in a reserved and panoramic position, has been created a pool with infinity edge and Roman staircase of 12 x 5 metres with storage room to place umbrellas and couchs.
The porch/veranda of 30 square metres, placed on the north-east side of the property, is the perfect place to have lunch enjoying the view of the countryside, the woods and the Appennines.
The farmhouse and the pool are placed inside an area of 3000 square metres of fenced land with access from a gate. In this area there is a well maintained garden with lawn, roses, lavender, broom, mimosa, pomegrate, laurel, Rosemary, aromatic plants of many types and bushes as well as cypress tree, pine trees, live oaks, olive trees, thornbush, peach trees and fig tree. A small storage area of 30 square metres is used to store tools and machine tools, as well as equipment for olive harvest and to store oil and wine.
There is the possibility of building an additional volume for 107 square metres. The property is completed by a 57000 square metres of surrounding land with 270 olive trees, 30 fruit trees among which apple tree, pear tree, almond tree and apricot tree, as well as two wineyards making 10 quintals of black and white grapes. There is also some woodland and some land cultivated as alfalfa.