- Affitto / Vendita: for Sale
- Provincia / Città / Zona: UMBRIA
- Tipologia: Buildings
- Superficie commerciale: 1300 mq
- Terrazza: 50 mq
- Garden SQM: 850 mq
- Arredato: Partially furnished
- Camere totali: 24
- Camere da letto: 19
- Bagni: 15
- Livelli: 4
- Ipe: >175 Kwh/M2/Year
- Energetic Class: G
- Caratteristiche: Air conditioning , Attic / Cellar , Balcony , Dependance , Fireplace , Garden , Good conditions , Historical building , Independent Heating , Masonry kitchen , Terrace
- Anno di costruzione: 1500
Luxury Mansions in Italy
In the center of the medieval village of San Gemini, prestige historic palace for sale with private gardens, swimming pool and two imposing towers.
Luxury Mansions in Italy, in the enchanting San Gemini. This splendid palace of sixteenth century origin, home among others also by the sculptor Antonio Canova, is surrounded by green gardens overlooking the city. The two towers stand tall on the sides of the building and offer spectacular views over southern Umbria.
With a total internal surface of over 1300 square meters, the building has several entrances. The main one is located in the courtyard in front of the portal and which preludes the solemn staircase that connects all the main levels. The building is ideally divided into two large master apartments, a large apartment under the roof, a dependance on the ground floor, as well as many service and meeting rooms.
Luxury Mansions in Italy: the noble floor with garden
On the first floor there is the first charming manor, which is spread over an area of 380 square meters. You are greeted by the hall with guest bathroom and secondary access, a large central area to which all the wings of the house are connected.
On one side is the huge kitchen with dining area – able to accommodate even the most numerous families – and the historic fireplace, pantries and laundry room. On the other, the sumptuous reception area consisting of an imposing lounge with exorbitant heights and a monumental stone fireplace. From here, it is possible to reach the gardens through a loggia, which leads directly to the pool area along a characteristic profferlo.
At the back of the living room is the master area, consisting of two communicating corner bedrooms and a bathroom. Placed on the most exposed side of the building, they admire incredibly high views over all the roofs of the city and the Town Hall.
The sleeping area develops instead in the west wing of the building, with a study, two en-suite apartments overlooking the garden and the swimming pool, and a third suite with two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Luxury Mansions in Italy: Fairytale gardens and pool
Through an internal staircase, from the entrance it is possible to reach the ground floor where there is a bathroom, a second informal living area and a room. Thanks to the exit to the garden, they are perfect to be transformed into a relaxation area available to the pool guest, even creating a small SPA.
This garden is spectacular, surrounding the main facade of the building with high views of all the buildings. On this side, the swimming pool is partially covered by an ancient stone loggia in which it was obtained by cutting it perpendicularly. And even immersed in it you can enjoy postcard views of the Umbrian hills.
Luxury Mansions in Italy: the tower apartment
The second floor of the building is entirely occupied by the largest and majestic apartment of the complex, of about 440 square meters. Here too, a large double entrance is the centerpiece of all areas of the house. On one side the large reception room with fireplace and the master area with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Thanks to the elevation, the views are even more enchanting and the rooms are very sunny.
From the entrance – with a quick flight of stairs – you reach the north wing, in an elevated position, which is almost an apartment in its own. Thanks to a large living room with fireplace, the kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Luxury Mansions in Italy: the tower wing
Continuing westward, you’ll find the most familiar but at the same time most spectacular dimension. An intimate sitting room acts as a foyer for the three large suites with private bathroom, each with its own characteristic view over the town.
Continuing there is the huge kitchen on this floor, always designed for many diners with the adjacent dining room and access to the first majestic tower of the building. Not a simple vestige but a perfectly usable environment in which a tea room has been created, surrounded by windows that open 180 degrees on the panorama. On the second level the tower hides a room with windows, perfect as a study and on the third level, the top of the tower: an altana with all-round perspectives, up to the horizon.
Luxury Mansions in Italy: the attic apartment with tower
The third and last floor of the building is entirely occupied by the area under the roof, completely and recently restored. Large passage areas where deep closets and useful spaces such as the laundry room are obtained, lead to this fascinating area illuminated by the many large pitched windows. Here are the entrance, a first bedroom, the large living room with open kitchen, the second bedroom and the bathroom.
An atmosphere of great impact pervades these particular environments, crowned by the presence of the second tower of the building, accessible on the top. Here too, the views over the hills and roofs of the city take your breath away.
Luxury Mansions in Italy: the secret garden
Like every great Italian Palazzo, this too preserves hidden treasures that are not immediately identifiable. Thus, from the main courtyard, a door opens onto large rooms, formerly the supply warehouses, through which you reach a living room with kitchen and veranda with barbecue which allow you to enter a secret garden.
Partly terraced, perfumed by many essences and shaded by the foliage of the trees. It is an oasis of peace sheltered from noise, but connected to the main garden and the swimming pool.
In the main building, on the ground floor, there is an independent apartment with access to the swimming pool garden. Characterized by extremely imposing walls and arches that idealize it as a cave. Perfect outbuilding for guests, it comprises entrance hall, living room, bedroom and bathroom.
Umbria, timeless atmospheres
Umbria, the green heart of Italy, is among the regions with the best quality of life. Wooded hills that alternate with large valleys, interrupted by rivers but also by lakes and waterfalls, hide medieval villages of enchanting beauty. Perfectly preserved, they are places of the soul, far from mass tourism.
Elected among the most beautiful villages in Italy with “praise to the slow life”, San Gemini is a medieval village perched on the top of a hill along Via Flaminia. Completely pedestrian, the ancient cobbled streets wind their way like a labyrinth from the Renaissance part of the town towards the large buildings and their large towers on the top.
San Gemini is also the city of waters, the mineral springs of its territory and the nearby Marmore waterfall. An ideal combination of the unspoiled nature of the enchanting Umbrian landscape and the history that pervades these places, which almost stops here.
Its strategic position should not be underestimated: in just one hour by car you can reach Rome, Florence in a couple of hours. Not far away are the other wonders of Umbria such as Todi, Amelia, Spoleto, Perugia and Assisi.