Wonderful castle for sale in Umbria

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This wonderful castle near Perugia is currently for sale. Its charming position has given it the name “Terrace of the Trasimeno” and it is considered one of the purest examples of the Tuscan-Umbrian Medieval style.
This estate stands on the watershed separating Lake Trasimeno from the valleys of the rivers Nestore and Chiana, in a wonderful panoramic setting that envelops Umbria and Southern Tuscany.
This castle measures approximately 1,300 m2 overall and features two high towers, a squared one and a circular one, both offering a fantastic view.
This estate has several floors: on the ground floor there are state halls, which were once horse stables that have been restored with original 15th-century materials and are currently venues for important vernissage, concerts and events.
On the second floor there is the artists' apartment, while on the third and fourth floors there are twelve bedrooms and some halls.
The rooms of this castle are furnished with refined materials, high-level upholstery and adorned with frescoes and exposed wooden beams.

Technical Details
Region: Umbria
Province: Perugia
Area: Lake Trasimeno

Internal surface: 1,390 m2
External surface: -

12 bedrooms
4 levels
State halls

Perugia 35 km – Lake Trasimeno 15 km – Arezzo 80 km - Florence 134 km

Ref: 3705
price: € 1.350.000 - $ 1,622,727 - £ 1,203,714

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Located in a strategic position between wonderful art cities such as Florence, Rome and Siena, Perugia is one of the most charming cities in Italy, with its five historic districts enclosed by ancient Etruscan walls. Most of the historical, artistic and urban origins of Perugia go back, however, to the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
The undisputed symbol of the town is the Fontana Maggiore, built in the Thirteenth Century. Another place of interest is the Palazzo dei Priori, on whose doors are located the famous statues of the Griffin and the Lion, other symbols of the city.
Perugia, as well as the villages around it, are home to fabulous luxury villas scattered between the walls of the town and the leafy countryside.