Secluded, restored mill with private pool, Umbria

From $1,420 / week

Description from the owner

  • Villa
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 6

Type: Villa

Secluded, restored mill with private pool, Umbria

3 bedroom 'La Mulinella' is a generously proportioned 19th century flour mill, carefully restored by its architect owner, furnished with a mix of antique and contemporary pieces. Sits on .75 hectare of orchard, olive and walnut groves and bordered on one side by protected woodland and rolling farmland on the other. Original mill stream runs along the boundary. A carefully restored flour-mill it nestles in the valley as though it has been there for ever. The ground floor is an open plan, vaulted living and dining room, at one end of which is a well equipped kitchen. This is where most of the action takes place in the summertime, opening to the ...Read more

About the owner

Kate McDermott

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Secluded, restored mill with private pool, Umbria
Perugia, Umbria, Italy

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La Mulinella is situated in the heart of Umbria, between the villages of Casalalta and Castelleone, 15 minutes from the town of Deruta, famous for it's hand-painted ceramics (majoliche). La Mulinella is a paradise for walkers. In every direction you can walk directly from the house into stunning Umbrian countryside, passing valleys, farmland, villages and a roman temple. Butterflies, birds and wild flowers abound, and all identification equipment (binoculars, butterfly nets and books) is at your disposal during your stay. Perugia hosts the Umbria Jazz Festival in July, while Todi is home to a Music Festival in September. Within an hours drive is the Sibillini National Park where you can go rafting through deep ravines and swim in the refreshing water of the Corno river. A short drive away is the world renown Montefalco wine region, where it is possible to visit the cantinas of such famous wine makers as Arnaldo Caprai, Lungarotti and Antonelli. Even if wine is not your thing, it's still worth a visit for the scenery alone and to wander through the medieval villages of Montefalco, Bevagna and Torgiano. Horse riding is available just 600 metres from the house. Perfect for a complete getaway, secluded and private, while also within easy reach of towns, cities and airports.

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