For sale €90.000,00 reduced price - Countryhouse
|Access road:||gravel road 800 m|
|Technological installations:||To do|
|Energy performance:||Property not subject to the obligation of energy certification.|
This typical Italian Farmhouse to restore in Umbria , nestled in a quiet and beautiful area with great view over the Umbrian countryside. Ideal location, 1,5 km from a village and 5 km from the motorway. Highly customizable project. Property not subject to the obligation of energy certification.
Farmhouse set in a pleasant and quiet location, with 360° view over the untouched countryside around Todi (5km). The property can be reached via a gravel road of about 800 m in a not so good condition, starting from the small hamlet of Due Santi.
The main building of this typical Italian Farmhouse to restore in Umbria is entirely in stone and totals a covered surface of 200 sq m (on 2 levels), which could be further enlarged of another additional 100 sq m. At short distance from the house there’s an outbuilding to recover (50 sq m). The private land, gently sloping, is lawn and pasture; it’s ideal for building a pool.
Closest houses can be found 200 m away.
State of repair
Property is in need a thorough restoration.
It is possible to hook up the house also to the communal aqueduct (15.000 Euro) or to dig a private well; electricity can be easily connected. Systems to be created.
Land registry details
The building was erected prior to. It is recorded at the buildings registry of Todi as a derelict house.
Ownership details and eventual contractual obligations
The property is owned by a private individual and the sale is therefore subject to a registration tax of 9% for the building (or 2% if the property is a primary residence) and 15% for land.
Potential Land Use
This is a perfect solution for those in search of moving to the Italian countryside, in a healthy and unspoilt environment, yet not too isolated, while creating the home of their dreams.
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