Savills | Migliola, Todi, Perugia, Umbria | Properties for sale
2,152.78 sq ft(200 sq m)
Asking price €550,000(2,249,520 AED)

MigliolaTodi, Perugia, Umbria

    Key features

    • Close to Todi
    • Great views
    • Swimming pool
    • Vineyard
    • Olive grove
    • Outbuildings

    A four bedroom house for sale close to Todi, Umbria. 12x6 metre swimming pool, vineyard, olive grove, 2 outbuildings, terraces and great views.

    About this property

    • This charming property, for sale near Todi, is in an elevated position boasting terrific views towards Todi. It is in a convenient location close to a town and with quick access to a good road network. The property has all the ingredients to make a superb holiday home or full time residence. The house also has two outbuildings which could be restored further. The property has 1 hectare of land of which 4000 sqm are fenced and make up the garden and pool area. There is a small hobby vineyard and an olive grove of 30 trees.

    Local information

    • Close to the town of Todi

    Additional information

    • Originally Etruscan, Todi is a beautiful medieval town located on a hilltop south of Perugia. Access from the main car park below is now easy thanks to a funivia that resembles a cable car on rail tracks. Piazza del Popolo is the main square and, of course, is flanked by the Duomo (Cathedral) and civic buildings, the Palazzo del Capitano, Palazzo del Popolo and Palazzo del Priori. The Duomo is worth a look inside and there is a small art gallery/museum in the Palazzo del Capitano.San Fortunato is the largest church other than the Duomo and located close to the Piazza del Popolo. Inside you'll find a small fresco by Masolino di Panicale, of particular note because he was teacher of Masaccio, one of the first Renaissance painters. You can also climb the bell tower, worth it for the views of the stunning Umbrian countryside.
    • Santa Maria della Consolazione is one of Italy's finest Renaissance churches, built, as is typical of this style of church, in its own space outside the town walls. Todi has also been classified as the 'città ideale', or ideal town, by a group of American researchers who were looking to find an urban centre ideal for the social demands of the future. Why is it the ideal city? Because it holds no more than 15-20,000 people, it sits in a hilly zone in harmony with its environment; the administrative facilities are all conveniently located in the heart of the town while the ancillary services remain outside the town walls.