This 19th century brick farmhouse is an impressive property with a traditional olive grove that is waiting to be transformed into a 21st century country villa.
Poggiovento is a 19th century farmhouse built of the warm red brick typical of the area around Lake Trasimeno. The property occupies a commanding position in the rolling landscape of Italy’s heartland, surrounded by fields, hills and olive groves and the lake in the near distance. The panoramic view is sensational.
The property is being sold with an approved restoration permit, allowing the current footprint of approximately 440sqm, plus 100sqm of extra building allowance. It is also possible to restore the two annexes of 45 and 85 sqm. The is also an extra ruin that adds further 130 sqm of restorable space, but the maximum that can be achived by the restoration of annexes turning into habitable space is maximum 200 sqm. The remaining ones can be used for technical area or garage. This gives the new owner considerable scope concerning the internal layout, and permission has also been given for a pool, terrace(s), landscaping and a surrounding fence with a gate.
This is an exciting opportunity to breathe new life into an old building characterised by exposed brick floors and wooden ceiling beams, enabling the buyer to design a property that suits their unique requirements.