In the Lazio countryside, between Rome and Monte Soratte in Tuscia, think about this marvelous villa on three levels to be restored, with one hectare of land that can be extended up to 11 hectares by purchasing the neighboring lands. The property is located on top of a hill, and is served by a road frontage of about 200 meters., as well as a large garage.
The villa has three independent entrances, allowing access to the stairwell, the basement and directly into the house.
The ground floor consists of a large double living room with fireplace, four bedrooms and a bathroom.
The first floor has a long perimeter balcony and panoramic terrace overlooking the valley. Inside, we can find 8 bedrooms and a bathroom. On the second floor there is a large bedroom, which can be used as a hobby room or even as a study, and the attic. A stairwell decorated in precious and elegant marble joins the floors of the house.
Thanks to the location of the stairwell, the property can be divided into two units, and so would be ideal for large families, large vacationing groups and nature lovers.
Civita Castellana is the largest town of the Agro Falisco, a place rich with history and treasures to be discovered. The town of Civita Castellana lies upon towering spurs of tuff, deep gorges cutting into the cliffs, offering views of breathtaking beauty, such as the one you can admire from Ponte Clementino, the bridge separating the old center and the modern town. Back in ancient times the name of the town was Falerii Veteres, the capital city of the Faliscan civilization. During the Renaissance, it was chosen to house the papal residence.
Civita Castellana is surrounded by nature and archeological sites, only a few kilometers away from Via Amerina and the ancient Faleri Novi. Civita Castellana became an important road hub with the connection to the Via Flaminia (1606) and the construction of Ponte Clementino