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Villa | 7 bedrooms | sleeps 23

Key Info
  • Swimming Pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
  • Car essential
  • Nearest beach 110km

Villa Costanza is a 550-square-meter (about 5,920 square feet) house which

sleeps 23 people. It is located on a hill, and it features a garden, a private

swimming-pool and a wide view of a valley. The house is equipped with

air-conditioning in the bedrooms, winter heating, and parking space.

It is 6 km (about 3.7 miles) away from Narni, 15 km (about 9.3 miles) from

Terni, 40 km (about 25 miles) from Spoleto, 50 km (about 31 miles) from Assisi,

70 km (about 43.5 miles) from Perugia and Orvieto, and about 100 km (about 62

miles) away from the center of Rome.

The villa is subdivided into six suites, each with a double bed on a mezzanine,

a living-room with a divan bed, a kitchenette, and a bathroom with shower. There

is also another large living-room and a spacious shared kitchen.

The place

Villa Costanza is situated amidst the green of the hills in the area of Umbria

which is closer to Rome.

At your arrival, you will see a large house in grey stone nestled almost at the

top of a gracious hill surrounded by lawns and gardens distributed on different

levels of land. As you look around, you won't see any other house, but only an

amphitheater of hills covered in intense-green woods: it will take you only a

second to realize why Umbria is called the “Cuore Verde dell'Italia” (the Green

Heart of Italy)!

The air is clean and fresh, and there is no noise: even before you enter the

house, you will notice that you have chosen the perfect place to spend a

relaxing vacation.

The garden and the swimming pool

The whole villa is surrounded by a garden and the land of the property.

From the garden and the swimming-pool of Villa Costanza, you will have an

enthralling view of the hills and the valleys which spread out and meet the blue

of the horizon. The garden and the swimming-pool blend well within such natural

set: the swimming-pool is located on a natural terrace and features sun-drenched

areas around. Near the swimming-pool, ideal to relax under the shade, is a

pergola, or if you prefer, the shady crown of a large tree.

The villa has several patio doors which leads you from the house to the garden:

in front of each door you will find a furnished patio which invites you to relax

outdoors: little wrought-iron tables and chairs, comfortable cushions, flowered

bushes, vases of red cranesbill, the green of the lawns which stretch out to

infinity ... the perfect place to stop for while and enjoy a glass of wine or a

good book.

The house

The villa dates back to the Nineteenth century, and its façade is just like it

used to be two centuries ago: restoration was run respecting the original aspect

and fascination of the old structure.

The living-room

Villa Costanza is two-storey high: the ground floor has a large living-room, a

bathroom, and a spacious kitchen. The living-room is elegant, cozy, and

furnished with beautiful furniture and old paintings. It is a very spacious room

with wooden floor and wooden-joist ceiling. It's also divided into two parts by

a large masonry arch. In one part you will find an old fireplace sculpted in

grey stone and surrounded by armchairs; in the opposite part, next to the

kitchen, you will have a dining-table.

From the living-room, you can reach the garden and the swimming-pool.

In case you feel like throwing a dinner party or welcoming other guests, all you

have to do is ask: in the living-room of Villa Costanza, you can organize

dinners and parties for even 100 people.

The kitchen

Three steps separate the living-room from the spacious kitchen. Here you will

find a four-burner stove, two electric ovens, a large fridge, a freezer, a

dishwasher, and a table with chairs. The villa also has a laundry room equipped

with a washing machine and a dryer; this room is apart.

From the kitchen you can reach the garden and a gracious portico equipped with a

barbecue and an outdoor dining-table. It will be easy and fun to have dinner

outside during summer, maybe with candle lights under a starry sky!

Bedrooms

A staircase consisting of twelve steps will lead you from the living-room to the

upper floor.

Along a corridor adorned with tapestry, you will find five mini-rooms out of the

6 which are part of the villa.

One particular characteristic of Villa Costanza is the following: besides the

large shared areas of living-room, the interior of the villa features not simple

bedrooms, but mini independent rooms. Each bedroom has its own small living-room

with a kitchenette, table with chairs, armchairs and couch or divan bed, a

bathroom with shower, and a double bed on a mezzanine.

If your party consists of several families, you will have the possibility of

distributing each family in a mini-apartment.

What you have is a great opportunity, not easy to be found, to enjoy what Villa

Costanza has to offer: large shared spaces to happily spend your vacation along

a big party of people, not mentioning the “private” spaces to each family so

that everyone gets to experience privacy and autonomy as well.

You will notice that each mini-apartment has been carefully decorated in the

warm and cozy classical style typical of Umbria, with wooden floor and

wooden-joist ceiling. Four of the mini-apartments have a double bed and a double

divan bed. The fifth one features a double bed, a single bed, and a double divan

bed.

The bedrooms have windows overlooking the valley and the hills.

The loft

The sixth mini-apartment takes a small and romantic loft consisting of a little

house in stone located in a place which is apart from the house, actually

attached to the back side of the villa. The loft features its own entrance from

the garden once you have gone through a small and gracious patio adorned by

bushes of lavender. On the patio you will find a table with chairs in

wrought-iron. In the interior, you will find a living-room with a small

kitchenette, a bathroom with shower, and a double bedroom. It is the perfect set

for a couple in love!

Nearby tourist attractions

Villa Costanza is great for your soul since it is an endless source of peace and

relaxation for your body.

It is also a great starting point in case you want to explore all the richness

of art, history, culture, and humanity which so much attract visitors to Umbria.

Nearby, only 6 km (about 3.7 miles) away, you will find Narni, a town

founded in 600 B.C.

Narni has a beautiful medieval historical center, many monuments to visit, shops,

restaurants, and streets to go shopping. Every year, important musical events

linked to jazz and classical music are held in town. We are actually close to

Perugia, where every year the famous Festival Umbria Jazz takes place, and also

near Spoleto, where the also world-famous Spoleto Festival of classical music is

held.

Something special about Narni is the interesting Ponte Cadorna (Cadorna Bridge),

a product from the Imperial Rome which used to take potable water to the city:

Such place, according to official data, represents the geographic center of the

Italian peninsula. Its coordinates are: latitude 42° 30' 11" and longitude

12'34'24".

And don't forget to visit the sanctuary where the remains of San Valentino, the

patron of the ones in love, are kept.

By staying at Villa Costanza, you will be 30 km (about 18.7 miles) away from the

“Cascate delle Marmore” (the Waterfall of Marbles), the highest in Europe; you

will be able to take convenient and daily car excursions to visit cities of art

in Umbria, Lazio, and Tuscany.

The center of Rome is only 100 km (about 62 miles) away.

Nearest airports: Rome, Perugia

Size Sleeps up to 23, 7 bedrooms
Nearest beach 110 km
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 2 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Perugia 92 km, Nearest railway: Narni 2 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 7 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms of which 7 Family bathrooms and 6 En suites
Furniture 5 Sofa beds, Single beds (1), Double beds (6)
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking
Further details indoors

The villa dates back to the Nineteenth century, and its façade is just like it used to be two centuries ago: restoration was run respecting the original aspect and fascination of the old structure.

The living-room

Villa Costanza is two-storey high: the ground floor has a large living-room, a bathroom, and a spacious kitchen. The living-room is elegant, cozy, and furnished with beautiful furniture and old paintings. It is a very spacious room with wooden floor and wooden-joist ceiling. It’s also divided into two parts by a large masonry arch. In one part you will find an old fireplace sculpted in grey stone and surrounded by armchairs; in the opposite part, next to the kitchen, you will have a dining-table.

From the living-room, you can reach the garden and the swimming-pool.

In case you feel like throwing a dinner party or welcoming other guests, all you have to do is ask: in the living-room of Villa Costanza, you can organize dinners and parties for even 100 people.

The kitchen

Three steps separate the living-room from the spacious kitchen. Here you will find a four-burner stove, two electric ovens, a large fridge, a freezer, a dishwasher, and a table with chairs. The villa also has a laundry room equipped with a washing machine and a dryer; this room is apart.

From the kitchen you can reach the garden and a gracious portico equipped with a barbecue and an outdoor dining-table. It will be easy and fun to have dinner outside during summer, maybe with candle lights under a starry sky!

Bedrooms

A staircase consisting of twelve steps will lead you from the living-room to the upper floor.

Along a corridor adorned with tapestry, you will find five mini-rooms out of the 6 which are part of the villa.

One particular characteristic of Villa Costanza is the following: besides the large shared areas of living-room, the interior of the villa features not simple bedrooms, but mini independent rooms. Each bedroom has its own small living-room with a kitchenette, table with chairs, armchairs and couch or divan bed, a bathroom with shower, and a double bed on a mezzanine.

If your party consists of several families, you will have the possibility of distributing each family in a mini-apartment.

What you have is a great opportunity, not easy to be found, to enjoy what Villa Costanza has to offer: large shared spaces to happily spend your vacation along a big party of people, not mentioning the “private” spaces to each family so that everyone gets to experience privacy and autonomy as well.

You will notice that each mini-apartment has been carefully decorated in the warm and cozy classical style typical of Umbria, with wooden floor and wooden-joist ceiling. Four of the mini-apartments have a double bed and a double divan bed. The fifth one features a double bed, a single bed, and a double divan bed.

The bedrooms have windows overlooking the valley and the hills.

The loft

The sixth mini-apartment takes a small and romantic loft consisting of a little house in stone located in a place which is apart from the house, actually attached to the back side of the villa. The loft features its own entrance from the garden once you have gone through a small and gracious patio adorned by bushes of lavender. On the patio you will find a table with chairs in wrought-iron. In the interior, you will find a living-room with a small kitchenette, a bathroom with shower, and a double bedroom. It is the perfect set for a couple in love!

Further details outdoors

The whole villa is surrounded by a garden and the land of the property.

From the garden and the swimming-pool of Villa Costanza, you will have an enthralling view of the hills and the valleys which spread out and meet the blue of the horizon. The garden and the swimming-pool blend well within such natural set: the swimming-pool is located on a natural terrace and features sun-drenched areas around. Near the swimming-pool, ideal to relax under the shade, is a pergola, or if you prefer, the shady crown of a large tree.

The villa has several patio doors which leads you from the house to the garden: in front of each door you will find a furnished patio which invites you to relax outdoors: little wrought-iron tables and chairs, comfortable cushions, flowered bushes, vases of red cranesbill, the green of the lawns which stretch out to infinity ... the perfect place to stop for while and enjoy a glass of wine or a good book.

At your arrival, you will see a large house in grey stone nestled almost at the top of a gracious hill surrounded by lawns and gardens distributed on different levels of land. As you look around, you won’t see any other house, but only an amphitheater of hills covered in intense-green woods: it will take you only a second to realize why Umbria is called the “Cuore Verde dell’Italia” (the Green Heart of Italy)!

The Umbria region

Umbria, located in the middle of the Italian peninsula, above Latium (the region of Rome) and next to Tuscany, is the only region of Italy that does not have access to the Mediterranean. Despite this, it possesses, as you might have already heard, a "vocation for beauty".

The region is well known for its picturesque settings, the lightness and purity of the air, the presence of thermal and mineral water springs, the lakes and rivers and the spectacular waterfalls. Here life flows slowly, and people like to cling to their ancient traditions, keeping them alive through history.

Umbria is a region of mountains, hills and valleys. It is crossed by the Appenines mountains, which often slope down into gentle hills and allow for charming valleys crossed by rivers, such as the Tiber valley (the Tiber will eventually reach Rome) and the Nera valley, through which the Chiascio and Topino Rivera flow. In such a varied landscape expect to find the largest waterfall of Italy, Le Marmore, as well as lakes of volcanic origin, such as Lake Trasimeno and Lake Piediluco.

Umbria is also a region of small medieval town and villages, artistic gems which have maintained their original aspect and are at a short distance from one another. They all preserve noteworthy works of art, in the churches, in the art galleries and in the characteristic squares. The mystery of the Etruscan stones, the boldness of the Roman works, the pureness of the Christian architecture and the mildness of the Renaissance paintings are all to be found within the borders of Umbria. Those who have browsed a tourist guide will recognize the names of Perugia, Gubbio, Spoleto, Todi, Orvieto, Assisi, Spello, Trevi, Cascia, Norcia -- a few of the most notable towns of Umbria.

And when it is time to sit at the table, in Umbria you will find a solid culinary tradition, simple yet tasty, based on what the land has to offer: olive oil, hog, lamb, durham wheat pasta of the best quality and the colombaccio, the wood-pigeon that Umbrians love. The gourmets will also be able to feast on the black truffle of the Norcia region, exported from Umbria all over the world.

Narni

Villa Costanza is great for your soul since it is an endless source of peace and relaxation for your body.

It is also a great starting point in case you want to explore all the richness of art, history, culture, and humanity which so much attract visitors to Umbria. Really close, only 2 km (about 1.2 miles) away, you will find Narni, a town founded in 600 B.C.

Narni has a beautiful medieval historical centre, many monuments to visit, shops, restaurants, and streets to go shopping. Every year, important musical events linked to jazz and classical music are held in town. We are actually close to Perugia, where every year the famous Festival Umbria Jazz takes place, and also near Spoleto, where the also world-famous Spoleto Festival of classical music is held.

Something special about Narni is the interesting Ponte Cadorna (Cadorna Bridge), a product from the Imperial Rome which used to take potable water to the city: Such place, according to official data, represents the geographic centre of the Italian peninsula. Its coordinates are: latitude 42° 30’ 11" and longitude 12’34’24".

And don’t forget to visit the sanctuary where the remains of San Valentino, the patron of the ones in love, are kept.

By staying at Villa Costanza, you will be 30 km (about 18.7 miles) away from the “Cascate delle Marmore” (the Waterfall of Marbles), the highest in Europe; you will be able to take convenient and daily car excursions to visit cities of art in Umbria, Lazio, and Tuscany.

The centre of Rome is only 100 km (about 62 miles) away.

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