Property ID : DM01
price on request - Condo
In the gently rolling hills near Piegaro, close to Lago Trasimeno, a passionate Roman architect realized his dream and introduced a new concept of living in the countryside. At the site of a 13th century settlement a new hamlet with all the charm and characteristics of a village of medieval times has been (re-) constructed. Arches, crooked and wide walls, made out of stone and brick, beams and lot’s of vision and creativity resulted in a simply delightful development with houses and apartments that are all distinctly different and extremely suitable as second homes. All the details of the apartment, like doors, switches, wall paintings, tiles and so on, have been have been designed and made with great care, taste and skill.
The apartment is located at the high end of the hamlet where it catches a gentle breeze on hot summer days. Two lovely red front doors open to an entrance hall where an archway in leads to the living room. With the kitchen on the left and a fireplace on the right under a ceiling made with traditional beams and tiles one immediately feels at home. The living room connects to a hallway with a bedroom on the right which features doors opening up to the back porch that offers both shade and a lovely view. In the hallway to the left are a bathroom and a bedroom which has an en-suite bedroom.
This apartment has a long and narrow garden in the front and a porch in the back. The setting offers tranquility, beautiful views and a lovely shared pool. Mountain bike and walking trails are ubiquitous.
Castiglion Fosco at 3 km distance is the nearest village with facilities, Piegaro is about 5 km away. Panicale at 14 km distance offers the nearest golf course where as Perugia (40km) features both the Robert trent Jones Antognolla Golf Club and Circolo Gold Perugia. Situated in the northern part of Umbria the lovely Lago Trasimeno area and Tuscany are all within easy reach as well as Umbrian higlights like Orvieto, Todi, Foligno and Assisi.
Energy classification G, >160 kWh/sq m annual