Fonte Vivola, VT, Italy

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Nestled a few minutes from the picturesque Sutri , in residential area of Fontevivola, this exquisite detached house offers an unparalleled blend of classic design and modern comfort.
Spanning a total of 174 square meters, the property sits on a generous 2500-square-meter plot, providing ample space for outdoor activities and serene relaxation.

Ground Floor:
As you step into this beautiful home, you are greeted by a spacious double living room adorned with a cozy fireplace, perfect for unwinding after a long day.
The well-appointed 17-square-meter kitchen is ideal for culinary enthusiasts and family gatherings.
This floor also includes a comfortable bedroom and a modern bathroom with a shower, offering convenience and accessibility.

First Floor:
The upper level of the house features a stylish bathroom with a shower, a tranquil master bedroom, an additional bedroom, and a versatile study that can be tailored to your needs, whether as a home office or a creative space.

The property boasts a lush, perimeter garden, creating a private oasis filled with natural beauty.
Among its highlights are 23 majestic olive trees, adding to the charm and providing a scenic backdrop for outdoor living.

This detached house in Fontevivola is more than just a home; it’s a retreat where you can enjoy the tranquility of nature while being close to the historic and cultural treasures of Sutri.
Embrace a lifestyle of comfort and elegance in this enchanting property.

Sutri is a picturesque town located in the province of Viterbo, in the Lazio region of Italy.
Situated on a tuff cliff, Sutri boasts a rich history dating back to ancient times, making it a fascinating destination for history enthusiasts.
The town’s archaeological sites, historical landmarks, and beautiful natural surroundings make it an ideal place to explore the past and enjoy the charm of an Italian hilltop town.
Sutri has a long and storied history that dates back to the Etruscan civilization.
The town was known as “Sutrium” during the Roman era and played a strategic role due to its location along the ancient Via Cassia, an important Roman road.

Later, it became a medieval center under the rule of various noble families, including the Aldobrandeschi and the Orsini.
Sutri is known for its Etruscan archaeological sites, the Roman amphitheater, and the Church of Santa Maria del Parto, which is carved into the tuff cliff.