The two owners created a piece of paradise in this medieval town. You will be treated and feel like a king here!
High in the Umbrian hills in central Italy, two well known British designers have painstakingly restored a medieval building that in its time has served as a prison, a convent, a school and a hotel.The building itself had been derelict for over 45 years and part of it was in a state of collapse.It comprises of three medieval towers, which had originally been individual palaces that date from the 1500s. After acquiring all the relevant permissions; a painstaking and slow process since it is listed as a Grade A listed monument (The same grade as the Coliseum in Rome), the restoration process itself took less than a year to complete; The result is beautiful, sensitively restored home that clings to the edge of the hill. With its original 500-year-old Terracotta floor and 13ft-high beamed ceilings. A dramatic chandelier dominates the central stairwell, with its original 500-year-old iron balustrade.
The panoramically positioned swimming pool (700 metres above sea level) is lined with green Italian marble and the surrounding paved area is in Travertine.
From the garden an exterior staircase climbs to the main entrance. What were once a series of dungeons are now a rustic kitchen and dining area. There are three en suite bedrooms and a library on the floor above; climb another flight of stairs and there is a second larger kitchen, living and dining areas, and a study as well as a spacious 60 square meter terrace with stunning views stretching over 100 kilometres in the distance.There is also a second entrance on this floor that leads out to a higher part of the village.One further floor has space for another three en suite bedrooms. The perfect base for discovering Umbria with all its magical views of hidden dells and magnificent peaks.Located between the world-renowned cultural cities of Florence, Assisi and Perugia, Siena and cortona just an hour away and utterly fabulous breathtaking views.
As the villa is built on a hill, there are two accesses: one through the village with car parking available at approx. 50 meters; and a street access via a stone cobbled courtyard which leads to the garden and from there to the 2nd lower floor. Located between the world-renowned centres of Florence, Assisi & Perugia, it is on the cusp between Tuscany and Umbria so that culture and art surround you.
Tiberina can also be the place for your dream wedding! The owner can organize all aspects of your wedding, for which the whole town can be used!
Listed in the UK Magazine House and Garden as one of the places to be in 2018.