Monteleone Historic Residence | Umbria
“You’ll discover this noble treasure nestled inside an ancient palazzo in the heart of the charming village of Monteleone D’Orvieto in Umbria. This luxurious residence is complete with a beautiful terrace and underground caves that reveal its enchanting history”.
Inside this Umbria historic residence you’ll find a total of three bedrooms and four bathrooms. The bedrooms are luxurious and large, all with their own bathrooms. Two of the three have a sitting couch that doubles as an extra twin bed, allowing an additional guest in each room. As a result, this Umbria historic residence can host a total of 8 guests. The bedrooms have frescoed ceilings and walls as well as terrazzo tiled floors. The owners furnished the property with classic 60’s Italian furniture, marble sinks and modern light fixtures.
Additionally the living room occupies a large space with its marble fireplace, modern sofa, credenza and other antiques. Also the library has a selection of books as well as comfortable seating for reading and relaxing. The stone walled kitchen has a rustic feel but simultaneously offers all modern amenities. Moreover, from the kitchen there is direct access to the terrace.
The owners turned the former stables into a marble clad heated pool and Jacuzzi, a kitchenette, indoor and outdoor lounge areas. This provides an inviting space for guests to relax. Another special feature is a fully stocked wine cellar offering wonderful local wines and other selected delicacies of the region. The wine cellar is accessible via a long staircase that takes you under the palazzo below the spa.
The terrace remains one of this Umbria historic residence best assets. It features a restored wrought iron railing, terra cotta floor, lounge chairs, and a dining table that seats eight. A vaulted arch from the kitchen leads to the terrace providing a panoramic view of the Chiana valley. Here you’ll see the quintessential elements of the Tuscan landscape including olive orchards and vineyards, stone farm houses, and fields of grain. This area is a place to relax on a lounge chair or to enjoy a meal while soaking up the sun. You can also watch the sunset over the mountains.
You’ll find this spectacular property in the heart of Monteleone D’Orvieto in the region of Umbria. This is the area of the Chiana valley where the Etruscans once roamed. It is less than two hours from Rome and Florence and less than one hour from Siena and Arezzo. It is within a half an hour from the city of Perugia and it can be reached from Rome or Florence by trains at a few local stations. Guests will relish the peaceful medieval streets of Monteleone and have the convenient opportunity to travel to several charming villages and towns nearby.