In the historic centre of Orvieto you can find a unique 1600 century property: it’s a luxury noble apartment of about 305 sqm, with garage, elevator leading from the garage directly into the apartment, and private garden, which is extremely rare in the centre of Medieval towns.
Completely renovated with great taste, mixing antique and modern details, the property consists of a first floor wide apartement of 3 large bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 wide living rooms, 2 kitchens, 2 livable mezzanines, 1 storage room, 1 laundry room, a balcony with staircase leading to the garden.
The interiors are characterised by vaulted or wood coffered painted ceilings dating back to 1800 century.
At the ground floor a huge garage, containing two cars, a motorbike two bicycles, pellet storage. One bedroom with bathroom and the garden.From the garden comfortable staircase leads to the balcony into one of the two kitchens.
From this side of the apartment the windows and the balcony open over a stunning view reaching the Amiata mountain.
From the garden, through a staircase, you can access the 150 sqm cellars, which can be used to store goods, as they used to do in the past or to create a comfortable wellness spa.
From the cellar a staircase leads to ancient caves directly carved into the tufa bank, in ancient times used to store wine barrels.
The heating of the whole propriety is provided by 2 boilers, 1 pellet/wood fireplace and 1 pellet stove. The whole property heating is divided in 6 autonomous programmable sections, so that it is possible to run them separatly.
The apartment is in extremely good conditions, with all services already connected.
Perfect as a big private residence, it is also possibile to divide it into 2 separate apartments of about 150 sqm each since all services have been thought separately and the apartment has 2 door entrances.
Furthermore, turning the garage into a living room, it is possible to have a third confortable apartment at ground floor, with garden.
Orvieto is a well connected small city, with a train station that connects to Rome, Florence, and Milan, and it has a own highway exit.