20th Century Villa in Spoleto, Perugia, Italy – €880,000

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Added to OHD on 4/7/21   -   Last OHD Update: 4/7/21   -   19 Comments
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Spoleto, Perugia, Umbria, Italy

  • €880,000 ($1,044,881 USD)
  • 5 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3196 Sq Ft
  • 0.99 Ac.
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Historic Villa for Sale in Spoleto. This 20th-century villa is in the heart of the beautiful town and cultural centre of Spoleto, two minutes away from Piazza Garibaldi and all the main services and shops. Escalators and moving walkways give access to the higher part of town, which is 5 minutes away on foot. Todi, Assisi and Perugia with its airport are a 45 minute drive, whilst Orvieto, Rome and the coast can be reached in 1.5 hours.

Offering 297 sqm of living space on 2 main floors plus a tower and a semi basement, this impressive 5 bedroom villa is surrounded by 4,000 sqm of private land, a unique feature for a residence in the heart of town.

Constructed in the 1900’s, the property preserves its original architectural charm with with large light flooded interiors with terracotta floors and elegant facades. In good structural condition, the bathrooms and the kitchen would benefit from updating.
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Casa Tuscany
+44 (0)1223 828300
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19 Comments on 20th Century Villa in Spoleto, Perugia, Italy – €880,000

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  1. GretaLynGretaLyn says: 555 comments
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    Well, there’s my afternoon sorted…I’ll be dreaming of wisteria and sunshine while scrolling through these photos on endless repeat….thank you Kelly!

    +12
  2. lilithlilith says: 19 comments

    I’m in! So how will this work–will we draw straws for which bedroom we’re assigned and do chores on a rotating basis?

    +8
  3. EricEric says: 17 comments
    OHD Supporter

    i see no way that that bathroom could ‘benefit’ from any updates.
    i’d really like to see the kitchen.

    +12
  4. JoAnnJoAnn says: 129 comments
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    1903 Melissa, TX

    Incredible. I wonder what movie star will buy it as a vacation home. Absolutely lovely.

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    • TorgyTorgy says: 204 comments
      1964 Brick Ranch
      Denver, CO

      Well I’m not a movie star but I would certainly vacation there. A couple of weeks wandering around the grounds, house and area would do wonders for my attitude.

      +1
  5. JonJon says: 128 comments
    TN

    I’m buying the Italian version of Rosetta Stone right now. Gotta prep!

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  6. LooleyLooley says: 53 comments
    2002 Traditional
    Huntsville, TX

    I’m wishing I was a millionaire right about now.

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  7. dunamovindunamovin says: 187 comments

    The “real” Italianate. A glass of vino and antipasto on the terrace at sundown. Do you smell the rosemary? When do we move?

    +1
  8. ggrammerggrammer says: 150 comments
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    2005 Generic Traditional
    Lakeland, TN

    Absolutely stunning!!! The real deal!!!

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  9. GabrielGabriel says: 91 comments
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    I was thinking along the same line about finally seeing a “real” Italianate in Italy. This house by Italian standards is almost new being built about 1900. One must notice how much thicker the walls are compared to American homes, built to last centuries.
    Whatever wood was used for decorative purposes shows the builder spent a good deal of money here because the use of wood would be more expensive than marble in Italy.
    Overall, this is a an extremely well kept beauty ready to provide some lucky buyer “La dolce vita”.

    +1
  10. TorgyTorgy says: 204 comments
    1964 Brick Ranch
    Denver, CO

    I’m impressed. They actually have radiators and therefore ‘HEAT’. So many old charmers like this in Europe were heated only by the fireplaces. I’m wondering if the kitchen is outside the home? This would be an exceptional vacation rental according to it’s location and lovely grounds. Of course, America can’t travel there at this point. Unless, of course, you have a covid travel passport. Who knows what that is going to look like and how long it will be until we can resume our world trotting.

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  11. shellyhorvathshellyhorvath says: 146 comments
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    There is absolutely nothing like wandering the streets of an Italian town with friends! Finding a little restaurant, eating a meal outside. Heaven. The last time I was there it was April. I can’t wait to travel again, and Italy is first on the list. Owning this house would be a dream!

    +2
  12. HcraigHcraig says: 9 comments

    This makes me think of one of my favorite movies, “Enchanted April”. Guess I’ll be watching that this weekend.

    +1
  13. TheDaringLibrarianTheDaringLibrarian says: 300 comments
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    Coastal Cottage

    I want to know what’s written above the fireplace!
    https://www.oldhousedreams.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/27-spoletoitaly.jpg
    I tried to sreenshot it & zoom in – nada. GREAT little villa for a vacation spot.

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  14. Crimson_RooCrimson_Roo says: 115 comments
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    I visited Spoleto about 20 years ago as part of a tour of Italy and the city is stunning. Italy as a whole is beautiful, but Spoleto really stood out above the rest. Would move there in a heartbeat if I could. The culture, architecture, music, and scenery are unbelievable.

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