This beautiful property dates back to the 16th century and is located in the municipality of Montefiascone, just 4Km from the old Town. The main structure measures more than 200sqm plus a large basement of about 80sqm and an annex of 50sqm. It comprises about 1ha of land and is surrounded by a beautifully landscaped garden.
Montefiascone is a town in the province of Viterbo; It is about 15 km from the capital and his know for the production of DOC wines. Located on the southeast flank of the chain of Volsino, the town generally has a climate not too hot in summer thanks to the elevation and thanks to that are frequent in winter snowfall. The station is located on Montefiascone Viterbo-Orte-Attica Railroad. Montefiascone is crossed by the SS2 Cassia road; It is connected through the Provincial Road 8 Verentana, Marta and Capodimonte. It originates in Montefiascone the Highway 71 Umbro Casentinese Adriatic that connects the City to Ravenna. It is about 100km from Rome.
This prestigious property has its roots in the 16th century and has an interesting moved structure. The main structure measures more than 200sqm and is on three levels. On the ground floor there are a large living room with fireplace, kitchen, utility room and a bedrroom with private bathroom. The first floor consists of an airy and spacious double room with original fireplace, a master bedroom with private bathroom and fireplace and a kitchen. On the second floor there is the sleeping area with two bedrooms with a shared bathroom. In the basement you can admire the great wine cellars, about 80 square meters, completely in tuff. Rounding out the buildings we find the dependance-studio of about 50sqm.
The property is surrounded by a large landscaped garden with automatic irrigation. There is about 1 ha of land with 50 plants of olive fully working. There is the possibility of building a pool.
State and finishes
The house comes with a moved structure, typical of small ancient monasteries, and with the façade made of stone. Internally there are the traditional elements of this type of property such as exposed beams and terracotta floors, except for the second floor that has parquet floors. It has been beautifully and carefully restored in the 70 'and has tried to keep as much as possible the original materials, when impossible to have been used best quality materials. It is overall in excellent condition and is ready to be inhabited with all amenities.
Due to its characteristics this property lends itself perfectly to be transformed into a small holiday resort of charm or to be used as a highly representative summer residence of great prestige.