This farmhouse on the hills of Todi, with vineyard, overlooks of the Umbrian countryside and the town from which it takes its name.
The property, consisting of a main house, an outbuilding and some annexes, has an indoor area of 1,620 square meters and it is surrounded by 14 hectares of private land, with swimming pool, vineyards and olive groves.
The main villa, 524 square meters, is the result of a renovation and an enlargement of a farmhouse dating back to the 14th century (an old refectory of the Monks from the Order of Camaldoli ).
The house is on three levels. The ground floor features large living areas, with a kitchen that leads to a porch (38 sqm), dining room, two large living rooms, one with fireplace, and a bathroom.
The first floor, which also can be reached from outside, is divided into 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
The tower, on the second floor, is used as a study.
Behind the villa there is an outbuilding of (225 sqm) that features an entrance hall, a large dining room, two kitchens, a bedroom, a billiard room, a small cave, two bathrooms and a thermal power plant.
On the roof there is a large terrace that thanks to the performance of the hilly land is located at the same level of the main villa.
The private land of about 14 hectares features one-hectare of planted olive groves, and other 5000 sqm of a garden with a pool of 18x10 m.