Vigna Renaro-Gubbio UMBRIA
The Villa, placed in a hillside, has been obtained from an old but recently restructured farmhouse, in the middle of a 70.000 mq land covered on oak, pine, and olive woods.
Vigna Renaro is at 1.5 Miles from the historical centre of Gubbio, 25 Miles from Perugia and Assisi, 130 Miles from Rome e Florence, 50 Miles from the Adriatic Sea.
Due to its location, it offers a wonderful view of the Gubbio high plane and of the surrounding hills.
The Farmhouse is structured in two independent apartment, one of which is used by the owner's family for the daily maintenance only. The garden, provided with awning, barbecue, tennis table, and swimming pool, is used only by the guest .
The property is surrounded by a fence. The entrance is protected by a gate: car can be parked inside.
The area is extremely safe and local people are in general very friendly and helpful.
The road to the gate is a dirtroad for 0.6 Miles , with a rather steep unasphalted slope for a short piece.
We speak English.
Gubbio (ITALY), town (1991 pop. 30,792), in Umbria, central Italy. It is an agricultural and tourist center and has long been known for its ceramics. Originally an Umbrian town (coins and the Iguvine Tables were found there), it later flourished under the Romans. Gubbio was a powerful free commune in the 11th–12th cent., came under the dukes of Urbino in 1384, and was held by the papacy from 1624 to 1860. A local school of painting (14th–15th cent.) included Guido Palmerucci and Ottaviano Nelli. The town retains a medieval character. Notable structures include the Gothic Palazzo dei Consoli (14th–15th cent.), the Palazzo Ducale (begun 1476), and a well-preserved Roman theater (1st cent. B.C.).
You can walk around the countyside finding pinewood, olives trees and nice view inside the property