Stone arches, big open fireplaces, wooden ceiling beams and cotto floors all feature in this large and atmospheric property that offers year-round appeal.
San Martino is a large Umbrian farmhouse in a rural setting not far from Perugia – a university town with a rich cultural history. The sweeping landscape provides incredible views while there are village shops within walking distance.
The original date of the property remains unknown although renovation work was carried out 30 years ago, with more work being done in 2000 and in the last couple of years further upgrades have included new windows with mosquito nets.
The house is currently divided into three living spaces. While the property doesn’t necessarily need to be worked on, there is huge potential for creating even more separate spaces or for opening it up into an impressive single villa.
The interior is rich with the local architectural vernacular, such as cotto floors, tile-and-beam ceilings and wide stone arches. This provides warmth and character, while the large garden and amazing setting make this a property that works year-round.