ITALY, UMBRIA, PERUGIA, TREVI
Unique Restored Umbrian Castle Property
Umbrian Castle Property. This unique property is located within the castle walls of one of Umbria’s most beautiful villages, 5km from Trevi’s historic centre and 12km from Spoleto, famous internationally for its Festival of Two Worlds. Rome and Florence can be reached in 1.5 hours. Perugia airport is a half hour drive whilst Rome’s airports are within 2 hours.
The property comprises a former rectory, now converted into a 3-4 bedroom house which is connected to the medieval tower and the old church, ideal as an art studio or workshop, with storage areas in need of restoration.
In good condition, the property provides a magical space, ideal for someone seeking the truly unconventional. It is ready to live in but some “refreshing work” to add rooms and bathrooms would be a good investment.
3 storey former rectory.
Living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and a study (which could be a fourth bedroom) and 2 bathrooms.
The house could be used as one unit or 2 separate apartments, as it has 2 separate entrances on opposite sides.
Living room with fireplace, kitchenette, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Living room, kitchen, bedroom (on mezzanine above the living room) and bathroom.
Church and Tower:
The property includes the castle’s original church, which is made up of just one full-size nave of over 100 sqm. An ideal space to host events, art exhibitions or as a completely unique workshop.
A hallway to the side of the apse takes you to the imposing medieval tower where you can admire the stunning view of the countryside and the historic centres of the surrounding cities and little villages such as Trevi, Spoleto e Montefalco.
Next to the church there are two areas used for storage.
All of the spaces, the rectory, the tower, the church and the storage areas are connected internally bit also benefit from their own entrances from outside.
Its proximity to the town of Trevi and Umbria’s main art cities such as Spoleto, Assisi, Spello, Perugia etc. make it an ideal pied à terre for exploring central Italy or a long-term residence for those in search of somewhere peaceful but culturally vibrant at the same time. The adjoining church space would be perfect for an artist who wants a place in their home to create and show their own works.