Real Estate Details
280 sqm (3014 sqft)
Exclusive residence in a noble building facing the Duomo of Orvieto.
The house of 280 square meters, excluding the uncovered areas, is developed entirely on the first floor of a completely renovated historic building.
The renovation was carried out respecting the history of the building, obtaining therefore a sublime result.
Walking through the various rooms it is possible to perceive the attention to details given to these rooms and the excellent status of preservation of the ancient elements such as the splendid frescoed ceilings.
The general style of the house is the Classic style of the late 1800s, enriched with modern elements masterfully combined with ancient artworks.
The large tapestries hanging on the main hall and registered in the register of Cultural Heritage are in fact noteworthy.
Access to the building is via a large and elegant pedestrian entrance and an internal courtyard exclusively for the residents of the building.
The location, just a few meters from the cathedral,gives a is fully enjoyable view from the large windows of the main hall, from which it seems possible to touch the splendid inlays of the Gothic facade.
The Cathedral decorated with frescoes, Gothic arches and the central rose window is certainly the symbol of the city of Orvieto.
Laterally it is always visible from the large panoramic terrace in exclusive use of the property, that can be reached from two points of the house by using the masonry walkways photographed often by passing tourists.
The residence is equipped with 3 double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a fourth bedroom, a 60 sqm living room, a fourth bathroom in service to the living area, a second living room of 35 sqm used as a dining room, a kitchen, a studio and a panoramic terrace of 113 sqm.
All utilities are autonomous.
In the immediate vicinity, a space with a car box and 5 outdoor parking spaces, protected by an electric gate.
Exclusive comfort considering the privileged position in the central square of Orvieto.
Orvieto is famous not only for the Cathedral and the artworks kept inside it, for its numerous archaeological sites dating back to the Etruscan civilization, for the unmistakable tuff caves on which stands the historic center and the well of St. Patrick. An excellent destination for slow, cultural and religious tourism, this place welcomes visitors and organized trips throughout the year.
Under the palace there are fascinating caves and underground tunnels dug into the stone.
The whole country uses similar situations for museums, attractions and wineries