10 bedrooms • 7 bathrooms • 4 reception rooms • 3 kitchens • 2 loggias • panoramic terrace • chapel • attic rooms • cottage • outbuildings
The church has its origins as far back as 1200, in the 16th. century the complex became home to the Camaldolesi monks and remained as a monastery until the 20th century when it was bought by an American actress, a writer and most recently the renowned abstract artist Piero D’Orazio. All have left their unique footprint on the estate; from the stone walls and central ‘viale’, the cottage rose garden and deconsecrated church that was the artists studio. The property is centred around the bell tower and requires restoration, it would make a unique boutique hotel providing up to 30 rooms or large private residence.
The property is reached by a cypress tree flanked driveway and arched entrance, there are approximately 5 hectares of land, with 300 olive trees, a truffle reserve and woodland. The park is dotted with fruit trees, palms, antique cypresses. Nestled amongst the buildings are various gardens, ranging from medieval, Italian, secret and contemporary, with cobbled pathways dividing the areas and providing niches and private places to sit and contemplate the silence.
Todi 7km • Perugia 48km • Rome 139km • Florence 190km (all distances are approximate)