Piano Nobile, Orvieto, Terni, Umbria | Property for sale | Savills
370 sq m(3,982.65 sq ft)
Asking price €950,000(£798,474)

Piano NobileOrvieto, Terni, Umbria

    Key features

    • 'Piano Nobile' apartment
    • Private parking for 2 cars
    • Frescoes and decorative details
    • Conveniently located
    • Close to train station

    An apartment with frescoes in the historic town centre of Orvieto. Two parking spaces and easy access to Rome and Florence.

    About this property

    • An absolutely extraordinary opportunity to acquire an outstanding apartment in the middle of the beautiful city of Orvieto. The apartment is on the piano nobile (first floor) and has a truly magnificent reception. Presently, the apartment is used as a dance, theatre, yoga studio, but with a small investment it could be turned back into one of the best apartments in Orvieto. The apartment comes with private parking for two cars and two large storage rooms on the ground floor, that, with the necessary permission could be turned into additional accommodation or artist's studio, boutique shop etc. If you are looking for something very, very special in Italy, this might be it. Orvieto is quickly becoming one of the most sought after locations in Italy. Its vibrant streets are filling with unique shops, bars and restaurants all encompassed within stunning architecture. Orvieto has excellent road and rail connections to Rome and Florence and both can be reached within 90 minutes.

    Local information

    • Orvieto, Umbria

    Additional information

    • Orvieto is a city and municipality in the province of Terni in Southwestern Umbria. It is situated on the flat summit of a large butte of volcanic rock. The site of the city is amongst the most dramatic in Europe, rising above the almost-vertical faces of cliffs that are completed by defensive walls built of the same volcanic stone; Tufa. The city was once called ‘Urbs Vetus' and has been populated since Etruscan times when it was a major centre, as the locally discovered artifacts in the archaeological museum attest. Orvieto is home to Etruscan ruins and the remnants of a wall that enclosed the city more than 2,000 years ago. An Etruscan necropolis, with a hundred or so tombs, sits at the foot of the butte surrounded by a vineyard and orchards.
    • Directions: Orvieto Scalo train station 3kms Rome 120kms Florence 169kms