Just outside the city of Perugia, in an open and sunny position, we find this 400-sqm villa with garden. The property offers a total of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and is in excellent structural and aesthetic condition following a recent restoration. Offering all modern comforts, the house features a small loggia, a paved apron and over 1,700 sqm of private garden.
Services (supermarkets, banks, post offices, pharmacies…) are all available in the nearby town (3km; 5’) and the city of Perugia is just 10’ away by car. The closest airport is the one in Perugia (5km; 10’) but the terminals in Florence, Rome, Pisa and Bologna are equally convenient.
DESCRIPTION OF THE VILLA
The villa (400 sqm – 4,304 sqft, 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms) is laid over three floors organized as follows:
- Basement: rustic living room with fireplace, three rooms (storage rooms), laundry room and ample garage;
- Ground floor: entrance room, ample living room with ample windows over the garden, open space kitchen with French window, two double bedrooms, bathroom and master bedroom with walk-in closet and private bathroom (shower and whirlwind tub);
- First floor: sitting room in the gallery overlooking the living room, double bedroom, bathroom, two terraces and two lofts.
STATE AND FINISHES
The building was first restored in 1996, just after the purchase. Later on, between 1998 and 2000, further works have been carried out to comply with the newer anti-seismic regulations which also allowed creating the underground garage. The house features many comforts, among which mosquito nets, audio system throughout the building, air conditioning, automated shutters in the living room, alarm system (both perimetral and inside the house) and automated gate.
Outside, exiting though a small loggia, there is a 1,730-sqm garden with a few olive trees and ideal to relax in the open during summer.
The villa is technically attached to the next-door building, but the connection is just a loggia, paved on the upper level. This is the result of an old construction permit which only allowed building a two-family house: the workaround, connecting the two buildings with a simple and non-obtrusive loggia, granted two totally independent properties without breaking the law.