The mansion rises in the countryside of Perugia, on the Umbrian hills gently sloping towards the Tiber.
The property’s main building, represented by a period villa (1400 sq. m.), is set on three floors and a half-basement floor. It consists of 30 rooms with the respective accessory rooms as well as a basement, a little underground shrine, a loggia and a series of rooms in the attic space. Some of the rooms feature vaulted ornate cellars. The property is accessed by a picturesque avenue beautifully lined by two rows of cypresses.
The property includes also: a lemon-house (88 sq. m.), the caretaker’s house (200 sq. m.), a modern-style villa refurbished in 1990 (300 sq. m.) and other 8 facilities, of which some are in good conditions and others in need of being refurbished, for a total of 1,650 sq. m..
The property comprises a total of 35 hectares, with 2,600 olive trees and 6 hectares of vineyards.