In the historic town of Spello, in Umbria, Italy, a new development is about to be built just a few steps from the Roman Mosaic which came to light, accidentally, in 2005, while creating a new parking space: two semi-detached houses, built up to the most up to date standards and energy saving techniques, each with its own garden overlooking the Chiona valley and Spello. Each property is going to be on 3 levels, as follows:
Unit 1 – Ground Floor: the main entrance leads directly into a very spacious open space living room, with kitchen area, with an open fireplace and French doors leading out to the garden; on this level there is also a bathroom and a store room, and a staircase leading up to the Second Floor, where there are 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. One of the bedrooms has its own loggia with lovely arches. Back on the ground floor, a staircase leads down to the Basement Floor, where there is a garage and 2 store rooms.
Unit 2 – This unit is the same as Unit 1, only the garage is larger and there are no store rooms.
The internal lay-out can be altered according to the taste of the buyers.
Spello is a beautiful ancient town dating back to Roman times with many interesting sites and especially known for the “Infiorate”, the flower festival that takes place in the spring. The surrounding hills are filled with hiking trails among the silvery green olive groves. The house lies in the verdant heart of Italy’s olive oil producing area. The trails will take you up the hill to Mount Subasio and neighboring villages or even all the way to Assisi. The musical city of Spoleto lies 30 minutes away. Within easy drives one can visit the famous hill towns of the Umbrian Valley, such as Assisi, Montefalco, Bevagna, Perugia, Todi, and Orvieto.
- Price: 370.000€
- Area: 190 sq m
- Land: Yes
- Pool: No
- Location: 06038 Spello PG, Italia, Umbria
- Region: Umbria
- Close to Shops
- Village location
- garden fenced in
- private parking