Historic building for sale in the center of Umbertide, in the Upper Tiber Valley.
Spread over 5 levels, including the nineteenth-century loggia on the top floor and the basement, where the base of the tower that was part of the “Porta della Campana” (14th century), one of the access roads to the city, is still visible. The property enjoys an excellent position close to the historic center (part of the property is physically bounded by the original walls) and is structurally in a good state of conservation even if it needs to be restored. The surface is approximately 1120 square meters with a garden of about 1000 square meters which extends to the bank of the Tiber river.
For the renovation of the property, an indicative preliminary project has been drawn up on the possibilities of destination.
Proposal A: plans to keep a single real estate unit, in which the basement (with access to the garden) can be organized by creating a living area with kitchen, a SPA area and a cellar.
Proposal B: plans to divide the property into 4 or more real estate units, still creating a main unit of approximately 570 square meters.
Common to both solutions is the arrangement of the garden, for which the creation of a central swimming pool has been planned, a paved area that runs along the border with the medieval walls, a rose garden, an orchard and a small parking lot adjacent to the road. entrance.
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Umbertide is one of the main centers of the Upper Tiber Valley, also known as the “Museum Valley” due to the high presence of historical and cultural testimonies, an important crossroads between Umbria, Tuscany and Marche; the city attests the first human settlements already in Roman times, right in the place where the Tiber makes a sudden turn to the right. The first historical documents, however, date back to around 1189, years preceding the construction of the medieval core of the city, as well as of its walls. Among the main monuments we remember the Medieval Fortress, symbol of the city, built starting from 1385, today a place of exhibitions dedicated to contemporary art, the church of Santa Croce and the Church of Santa Maria which preserve works by Luca Signorelli and Pinturicchio .
Umbertide is also known for being the birthplace of important personalities from the world of literature, culture and entertainment, Pico Della Mirandola (1463-1494) deserves to be remembered, who wrote the initial cultural Manifesto of the Italian Renaissance to Umbertide.
International airport of Umbria: 30 km
Umbertide railway station: 700 meters
Trasimeno Lake: 30 km
Assisi: 50 km
With just over an hour's drive you can reach Siena, Florence and the other main centers of Tuscany.