Farmhouse with outbuildings, pool and olive grove for sale in TreviUmbria - Between Spoleto and Trevi | Casale del Sole Ref. code 8A9O
Attractive little restored hamlet, in the hills between Spoleto and Trevi
Details and accessories
- Surface: 779 mq
- Bedrooms: 7
- Bathrooms: 9
- Land: 8.340 mq
- Conditions: excellent
- Energy efficiency rating:
- EPi: 285.2
- Garden with lawn
- Guest apartments
- Guest house
- Olive grove
- Swimming pool
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Attractive little hamlet, in a panoramic location in the hills near Trevi, comprising main farmhouse and two outbuildings, with garden, swimming pool and olive grove.
Casale del Sole is situated in the geographic and artistic heart of Umbria, just a quarter of an hour away from Spoleto, a melting pot of artists, cultural and showbiz stars due to its Festival of Two Worlds.
The property, which comprises three houses built close together and connected like a little hamlet with all the charm of the old country houses of the area, is situated in a hilly location with good main road access, and is secluded while not being isolated.
The private land, measuring over 8,000 sq.m, is gently sloping with panoramic views, and has a garden area with swimming pool while the rest is an olive grove.
The picturesque town of Trevi (2km) is close by and is the place to go for daily needs and purchases, while Foligno (14km) and Spoleto (18 km) are both around 15 minutes’ drive away.
The location, which is central in relation to all Umbria’s other main historic centres (Spello 20 km, Assisi 32 km, Perugia 50 km) is also within convenient reach of Rome, which is around 140 km away (an hour and a half’s drive) and can also be reached by train.
The nearest airport is Perugia (41 km) half an hour away, while Rome Fiumicino (179 km) and Ciampino (161 km) airports are less than two hours’ drive away.
Description of buildings
Casale del Sole is an attractive property, a place for meditation and inspiration.
Approaching the house via the driveway lined with olive trees with the little hamlet on the left, it looks like time has stopped; while on the right, past the olive trees, the valley opens up, the horizon bordered by gentle rolling hills.
The original stone facades have been left intact, as have the windows of various sizes which illustrate how long it has been since the houses were built.
The hamlet comprises three buildings, which adds up to a total surface area of around 779 sq.m:
The Main House and Outbuilding 1
The primary living space is in the Main House, which has two main floors that follow the incline of the land.
The entrance leads to the living area: a large reception room with fireplace which overlooks the garden with swimming pool, the dining area, the kitchen, also with fireplace and access to a picturesque internal courtyard (between the main house and the first outbuilding), a bathroom and two store cupboards.
From the living room, an antique stone staircase leads to the upper floor, where there is a sitting room with fireplace, the master suite with bedroom, studio, walk-in wardrobe and bathroom, and another bedroom with a large bathroom, situated in the passageway between the main house and the first outbuilding.
This floor of the house also has its own entrance: a typical staircase on the outside wall which leads to a pretty panoramic porch, which provides access to both the sitting room and master bedroom.
The first outbuilding is at the back of the Main House and can be accessed both via the pretty little internal courtyard and through its own entrance on the upper floor.
On the ground floor there is the living room, a bedroom with ensuite bathroom and a utility room which is used as a laundry.
The first floor has a sitting room, a bedroom, a bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe, where there is access to the bathroom situated in the passageway which connects with the main house.
The second outbuilding is next door to the Main House and also has two floors. Inside, there are three small guest apartments (on two floors, the top one being a loft) each with their own entrance and comprising living room/studio, bedroom and bathroom. Also with its own entrance, on the ground floor of the building, there is a good sized studio, a large area used as a games room, a bathroom and two storage cupboards.
State and finishing
The houses have been carefully restored, preserving their charm and original features.
The property is very well balanced, with exposed stonework on the outside, pretty, antique tiled floors, stone staircases (with the exception of the sleeping area of the main house which has wooden floors), large fireplaces, antique internal doors and ceilings with tiles and wooden beams.
Casale del Sole is surrounded by over 8,000 sq.m of private land.
Around the Main House and the outbuildings there is the garden, with a few olive and fruit trees, a small paved area with panoramic views near the main house, with outdoor table and chairs for al-fresco dining, the swimming pool with equipped cooking area and solarium.
Between the main house and the first outbuilding there is the vegetable garden and wood-burning oven, while in a secluded part of the garden behind the second outbuilding there is a landscaped lawn with covered relaxation area.
In addition to the garden, below the houses, there is a fertile olive grove with around 180 trees.
Use and potential uses
Casale del Sole is situated in the heart of Umbria, in a convenient location in relation to the region’s important historic centres (Spoleto, Assisi, Perugia, Todi) and at the same time within easy reach of Rome, both by car and by train, and well connected with the international airports in Rome and Perugia.
Thanks to its location and size, it is ideal both as a main home, using the outbuildings for guests or renting them out, or as a holiday home.
Distances and location
- Trevi 2 Km
- Foligno 14 Km
- Spoleto 18 Km
- Spello 20 Km
- Assisi 32 Km
- Perugia 50 Km
- Rome 145 Km
- Florence 192 Km
- Adriatic Sea 112 Km
- Lake Trasimeno 71 Km
- Perugia S.Egidio Airport 41 Km
- Rome Ciampino Airport 161 Km
- Roma Fiumicino Airport 179 Km
- Dual carriageway 3 Km
Umbria - Italy
Neighboring regions: Toscany, Lazio, Marche
Main centers: Perugia, Assisi, Spoleto, Todi, Orvieto, Gubbio, Spello
Characteristics: is the sister of Tuscany region, green and hilly territory with olive groves and vineyards, rich in art cities and quaint towns.
Placed in Central Italy between Rome and Florence, Umbria is a region rich in history and culture, from the hilly landscape with olive groves and vineyards, and dotted with historic villages and artistic cities such as Perugia (important international University Centre), Spoleto, Orvieto, Todi, Assisi, Spello and others.
15 minutes from Perugia is located Lake Trasimeno, the largest Italian lake after that of Como.
The climate is mild with temperatures in winter rarely fall below zero degrees and summer temperatures around 25 degrees.
The region is the scene of major cultural events throughout the year (such as the Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto and Umbria Jazz) and many other folk events which, especially in summer, enliven small and large centers of the entire territory.
Property offer: Umbria, with its Green and hilly territory is particularly required for purchasing original characteristic stone farmhouses, very similar to those of Tuscany, in the countryside around the major cities of art such as Todi, Spoleto, Orvieto, Perugia, Assisi or in the popular area of Valley of Niccone or of Trasimeno. These are often finely renovated farmhouses with park and pool, which are well suited to use for vacation but also for investment with the ability to put them in the lease through touristicrental. Umbria has a strategic position being located half an hour from Rome and two hours from Florence. The region, rich in history, offers you the chance to buy real estate like castles, vintage villas, villages and monasteries. Very popular are also the apartments within historical centers or small rural managed complexes, rich in original farmhouses of stone structure, particularly are requested those places in the countryside around the town of Todi, Spoleto, Assisi, Perugia and Orvieto, but also in the areas and Niccone Valley and Lake Trasimeno. Frequently also the historic buildings, ancient villas, castles and apartments in historic towns such as Perugia, Orvieto, Spoleto, Assisi, Spello, Trevi, or in small villages renovated and preserved.
*The location of the property on the map is approximate