"CASALE DI PRESTIGIO IN VENDITA A BEVAGNA "
|| UMBRIA - Bevagna (Perugia)
|| € EUR 995,000
|TYPE: FarmHouses or Hamlets
|| BUILDING SIZE: 530.00 sqm
|| PLOT SIZE: 16.00 ha
Bevagna is a medieval gem in the heart of Umbria. Its origins date back to the Iron Age, the first historic documentation dates back to the Roman conquest of Umbria. In 90 a.c. Bevagna was a Roman town; it later became part of the Aemilla tribe and was at the centre of trade, thanks to the position of Via Flaminia. It later became part of the Duchy of Spoleto and in 774 , of the Church . There is much to visit: the Roman ruins, the theatre, the medieval square in the heart of the town dating back to the 13th century and the Gothic Palace of the Consoli with its vaulted loggia.This is now home to the Theatre F. Torti, decorated by Domenici Bruschi and Mariano Piervittori.
An interesting initiative, currently very active in Bevagna , is the Cultural Circuit for Medieval Work highlighting the traditional work by craftsmen during the Market of Gaite. It is possible to fully immerse oneself in the art of papermaking, candle making, weaving and painting, learning all the secrets and techniques of these ancient crafts. Guided tours and workshops are organised for all ages.
Prestigious country house for sale in Umbria - This stunning property renovated by the architect Sartogo and with sixteen hectares of land, including Sagrantino doc grapevines and olive groves. The property measures 350m2 and has an outbuilding of 110 m2, and a further outbuilding of 65 m2. in need of renovation. The property is in need of some finishing touches. The flooring is made by hand. The utility systems, including the central heating, uses panels. The property is situated on a hill and enjoys splendid views over the medieval hamlet and the countryside. The property includes 17 hectares of land consisting of 3.5 of Sagrantino di Montefalco and grechetto, 8 hectares of olive grove with about 2,000 plants, 3 hectares of woodland and one hectare of garden.
Net surface :(460|”)
The property needs finishing in certain parts. The flooring is hand made. The utility systems, including the central heating, uses panels. The outside walls are in stone
These are all present. There is also a well next to the property.
Land Registry Details
The land registry details are all in order.
The property is privately owned ,and the sale of the property is subject to a 10% registration tax if it is a second home and with an 18% tax on the land. There is a 1% discount for the purchase of both.
Potential Land Use
Given the location and size this could be used as a bed and breakfast or a restaurant. This would be an excellent investment for anyone considering such a business enterprise in an area with a large influx of tourists.
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