Building for sale, Pianucciole, in Civitella D'agliano, Italy

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Civitella D'agliano, Pianucciole

Industrial building • 12 room(s) • 10 Bath. • 1500 m² • Ref: 5225401002126

This wonderful property is located at the intersection of Lazio, Umbria and Tuscany, in an area rich in history and art. It is located in the famous Calanchi Park, opposite Civita di Bagnoregio, the "city that dies", 20 km from Orvieto, just an hour from Rome and an hour and a half from Florence and is easily accessible from the A1 motorway. Built on the foundations of an ancient Roman watchtower, the main building of this large property was built in two phases, the first part in 850 BC (including the tower) and the second part in the 12th century. In medieval times it was used as a military post, overlooking the valley. Over time it was converted into a palace and a small private chapel was added along with a large farmhouse (about 500 square meters - unrenovated) divided into stables and apartments for workers. Located in two hectares of mature parkland, an avenue of about 150 m. opens in a square in front of the manor (about 1,400 square meters). The manor has been completely renovated keeping as many original features as possible and using carefully selected materials of the appropriate era. On the ground floor there is a large entrance, two conservatory rooms, a large double reception, a guest bathroom, a TV room, a double dining room, a kitchen and a pantry. There is also a small cellar where the original medieval urns and two small warehouses are still visible. A space has also been created for an elevator that will go up to the third floor. The second floor has four double bedrooms each with its own private bathroom. A reception room, a library, a small laundry room and two terraces. The third floor houses a large living room as a study, three additional double rooms with en-suite bathrooms, two storage rooms, a billiard room, a small seating area and in the tower a lounge with great views of the valley. From this room climbing the ancient stone staircase you reach a mezzanip and a terrace overlooking the gardens and the valley. From the terrace you can enjoy an amazing view of the valley and the villages that surround it.The property is about 15 hectares between forest and olive groves (600/700 plants) and a 400 sqm vegetable garden equipped with water source and greenhouses made of iron and glass over 4 caves used in antiquity as wine cellars and oil. A church currently consecrated is placed in the driveway as well as an outbuilding of about 400 square meters, patio and various gazebos in oases of greenery and tall trees. In addition to the above, there are 15 hectares of woodland and olive groves (about 600 trees), a vegetable garden (400 square meters) with its own spring and a small greenhouse. There are also 4 caves carved into the rock, one of which was the old mill and the largest where you can still see the old cellar barrels. The manor house has 6 LPG boilers, two for each floor, for heating along with 2 ancient terracotta wood burners and 6 ancient fireplaces. All the doors of the house are antique as well as the wooden ceilings and the terracotta ceiling. The built-in wardrobes were made using the original 16th and 17th century cabinets. The ground floor is almost all basalt stone, except the TV room, pantry and terracotta bathroom and one of the conservatory rooms that is in pebbles. The second floor, which also has the master bedroom, has antique parquet floors with stone bathroom floors. The third floor and the tower have a mixture of the floors mentioned above. This marvellous property is located at the crossroads of upper Lazio, Umbria and Tuscany, in an area steeped in history and art. It is in the famous Calanchi Park, in front of Civity of Bagnoregio, the 'dying city', 20 km from Orvieto, just one hour from Rome and one and half hours from Florence and is easily reached from the A1 motorway. Built on the foundations of an ancient Roman watch tower, the main building of this grand property was built in two stages, the first part in 850 a.d. (including the tower) and the second part in the XIIth century. In the medieval was this building was used as a military post, overlooking the valley. In time it was transformed into a mansion and a small private chapel was added along with a large farmhouse (approx. 500 sq.m. not renovated) divided into stables and apartments for the workers. Set in two hectares of mature park land, an avenue of about 150 m. opens up into a square in front of the manor house (approx. 1,400 sq.m.). The manor has been completely renovated keeping as many of the original features as possible and using carefully sourced materials from the appropriate era. On the ground floor there is a large entrance hall, two winter garden rooms, a large double reception, a guest powder room, a TV room, a double dining room, a kitchen and a larder. There is also a small wine cellar where original medieval urns are still visible and two small storerooms. A space has also been created for a lift which will go up to the third floor. The second floor has four double bedrooms each one with its own ensuite bathroom. A reception room, a library, a small laundry room and two terraces. The third floor has a large reception room being used as a study, three further double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, two store rooms, a billiard room, a small sitting area, and in the tower a reception room with a splendid view over the valley. From this room going up the antique stone stairway a mezzanine is reached and a terrace looking over the grounds and the valley. In addition to the above there is 15 hectare of wood land and olive groves (about 600 trees), a vegetable plot (400 sq.m.) with its own spring and a small greenhouse. There is also 4 caves dug out of the rock, one of which was the old mill and the largest where it is still possible to see the old cellar casks. The manor house has 6 GPL boilers, two for each floor, for heating along with 2 antique wood burners in terracotta and 6 antique fireplaces. All the doors in the home are antique as are the wooden ceilings and terracotta ceiling tiles. Fitted wardrobes have been made using original sixteenth and seventeenth century cupboards. The floor covering of the ground floor is almost all basaltine stone, except for the TV room, the larder and bathroom which are in terracotta and one of the winter garden room's which is in cobble stones. The second floor, which also has the master bedroom, has antique parquet floors with the bathroom floors in stone. The third floor and the tower has a mixture of the above-mentioned floorings.

Spaces

Rooms12
Bathrooms10

Surfaces

Living1500 m²
Garden20000 m²

Pianucciole

Civitella D'agliano

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Balcony
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TypeBuilding
Construction year1800
Energy efficiency ratingNo data
Environmental (CO₂) impact ratingNo data