Property ID : MRS01
€490.000 - Villa or country house
Characteristics Villa overlooking Lake Trasimeno
This beautiful villa with a breathtaking view over the lake and the island of Polvese is located on a hill and is only a short distance from San Feliciano. The location is great, the lake is visible from all sides of the house and you can reach the lake and the fishing village of San Feliciano with its restaurants, bars and the harbor on foot. The house was built 10 years ago with traditional materials such as stone, chestnut wood for beams and terracotta for the floors. Special attention has been paid to details such as the antique doors, the custom-made kitchen by a craftsman and the beautiful bathrooms.
Perugia 27 km, Cortona 34 km, Montepulciano 46 km. The nearest airports are Perugia 26 km, Florence 146 km, Rome 142 km.
The villa is spread over two floors. On the first floor is a spacious loggia ideal for eating outside or simply enjoying the spectacular view of the island of Polvese located in the southern part of the lake and the naturalistic island par excellence and also the largest of the three islands of the more from Trasimeno. The living room has a balcony and an open kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The ground floor is accessible both internally by a staircase and externally and consists of a living room, bedroom, bathroom and technical room.
Energy rating: C, IPE 79.00 kWh / mqa
The garden with infinity edge swimming pool – 3.5 x 8.5 m. Is very well maintained and has a rich variety of plants. Very pleasant is the context in which the house and garden are located, completely surrounded by olive trees and the beautiful view of the lake. Parking spot.
In the green heart of Umbria, between reeds and beautiful white water lilies, lies Lake Trasimeno, a true natural paradise where many wild ducks, cormorants, red kites and kingfishers linger. Framed, next to the flat slope, through rolling hills with forests interspersed with fields of sunflowers and corn, vineyards and olive groves. There are several municipalities in the Trasimeno area: some are situated on the lake, others more inland value, but all are influenced by the charm and attractiveness of this pond.
From the medieval village of Passignano, Isola Maggiore, the largest and still inhabited island, can be reached by boat. In this beautiful place the fifteenth-century fishing village has remained intact and you can visit the Romanesque church of San Salvatore from the twelfth century, the church of St. Michael the Archangel from the fourteenth century and the Villa Isabella Guglielmi Marchesi. Maggiore is also accessible from Tuoro sul Trasimeno, an ancient Etruscan city, known for the battle that took place here between Hannibal and Caio Flaminio, and the tomb of the Roman commander now houses the Renaissance Palazzo Capra.
The largest island in the lake (there are three), however, is the Polvese island, uninhabited and a public park. Here you can admire the monastery of San Secondo, the church of St. Julian and a fourteenth-century castle. Not far away is Magione, a village dominated by the distinguished castle of the Knights of Malta and known for the production of copper and the ancient artisanal technique of embossing.