Caprareccia. It has two apartments with a private swimming pool surrounded by olive trees.
Built at the turn of the 20th century, the Caprareccia is a sandstone traditional country house where you can enjoy a breath-taking view of the Umbrian valley. The farmhouse is divided in two spacious separate apartments, the Blue and the Green apartment. It is possible to rent like a unique villa with pool, or like two separate apartments, in this case you have to share the pool with the guests of the other apartment.
Casa della Caccia. Apartments on the first floor, with two other double rooms.
This farmhouse is an old tobacco drier which has been beautifully restored and divided in three apartments and two suites. The apartments are named for different varieties of olive trees which include: Il Frantoio, Il Moraiolo, La Dolce Agogia, Il Leccino and Il Falerone. The apartments share a huge living room that can be transformed into a yoga studio or dining room and a refreshing swimming pool.
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Il Poggio. Two independent and spacious apartments, large garden and swimming pool.
Follow the traditional country road lined with old pine trees and ascend the stairs lined with flowers to a lovely porch at the main entrance of this classic farmhouse which has been divided into totally independent apartments that feature personal entrances on opposite sides of the building. Both the apartments take their name from “Cultivar” varities of olive trees. Outside the house, enjoy wandering through the pristinely groomed garden which extends to the ancient olive groves and a woodland area. Just a few steps from the house, the swimming pool.
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Activities in agritourism
Farmhouse in Umbria
The history of the farmhouse
On the top of a hilly spur, facing Torgiano and dominating the Chiascio valley at the confluence with the Tiber, the Villa de “La Montagnola” stands out isolated, cloaked by the dark green of the forest and silvery olive trees . The building, which stands on the ruins of a 12th century castle destroyed by the Torgianese in 1298, was built by the Baglioni family between the late 1600s and early 1700s, as a hunting lodge and summer residence for the family. It is among the most remarkable and singular of the Perugian territory for the importance of the architectural parties, in which Rococo stays are mixed with a taste already permeated by severe eighteenth-century classicism and for the planimetric arrangement around the central courtyard with the farm structures next to it.