An old farmhouse that has been carefully renovated, respecting the original structure and the architectural style of the area, recently converted into a welcoming country villa. Pleasantly furnished in classical Umbrian style, good facilities.
The beautifully tended outdoor areas include a splendid panoramic terrace equipped for eating “al fresco” for the exclusive use of guests, a swimming pool with changing rooms and shower, a five-a-side grass football pitch, a pergola with wood-fired oven and barbecue, and an orchard.
GROUND FLOOR: loggia with facilities, large lounge/dining room with SAT TV, DVD player and stereo, adjoining billiard room, fully equipped kitchen with oven, freezer, dishwasher, American coffee maker and toaster, 1 bathroom with shower, laundry room (washing machine, washtub, iron and ironing board).
FIRST FLOOR: lounge, 4 double bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and shower, 1 double bedroom with bathroom and whirlpool bath.
The villa has Wi-Fi internet connection. The property is fully enclosed and accessed via an electric gate. It has a shady 7 space car park.
To be requested on site, at an extra cost: mountain bikes for hire, mini-bars in the bedrooms.
The villa is located in an ideal position, within easy reach of the town of Perugia, as well as all the main tourist destinations of Umbria, including Deruta with its ancient ceramics, and Todi with its historic medieval town center. Other nearby places of interest: Torgiano (2 km) which has food shops and restaurants, Perugia (13 km), Assisi (19 km) and Lake Trasimeno (32 km).
**Google map location of this property is approximate**
**Please be aware that this villa doesn't have air-conditioning**
Please note the 2nd week half price offer is not applicable on this villa.
Please note that this property's availability is on request. We will contact you shortly after booking to confirm. We recommend booking your flights after the villa has been confirmed.
Please note there is a €500 security deposit, €200 for final clean and heating (if required) is paid according to consumption (All paid locally)
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 5 bedrooms|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
|General||TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms of which 6 Family bathrooms|
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