NIDO house with pool at I MORI GELSI, Assisi

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
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Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: House

NIDO house with pool at I MORI GELSI, Assisi

Charming little house beside the main house, ideal for two people, but also comfortable for four. Furnished porch overlooking the private entrance, private barbecue. Inside: entrance and living room with dining area and sofa bed; kitchen with 4 burner stove, fridge-freezer, microwave. A large double bedroom; bathroom with shower and washing machine. Perfectly equipped for the disabled.

The farm I MORI GELSI is located in the green heart of Umbria, less than a mile from Torgiano, a village inserted in the association “I BORGHI PIU’ BELLI D’ITALIA.

Framed by the rolling hills of vineyards and a characteristic, enchanting Umbrian landscape. ...Read more

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Fiorbellina Maria S.

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NIDO house with pool at I MORI GELSI, Assisi
Torgiano, Umbria, Italy

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Located in the very heart to Umbria, I Mori Gelsi/Fattoria Spinola is a classic example of an Italian farmhouse estate, refined, welcoming and very friendly. Fattoria Spinola was a convent of nuns in the late thirteenth century.
In fact, there is still a private consecrated chapel with frescoes dating back approximately to the beginning of the fourteenth century.
Around 1700, Fattoria Spinola became the country house of the noble family Goga (now extinct). You can still see the emblem on the altar of the Chapel and stone at the entrance to the house.
In 1818, the last Cardinal Spinola family (SPINOLA, Hugh Peter * 1791-1858) was sent to Perugia by the Pope and bought about 3,000 acres of homes, land, villas. He was the Owner’s grandfather's uncle, who after his death left him and his brothers all his possessions. The Owner’s grandfather inherited Fattoria Spinola with 70 acres of land.
The town of Torgiano still preserves its typical medieval appearance and the remains of its ancient walls.The Museum of Wine is of great interest, containing a precious collection of storical documents regarding various sectors: the art of wine-growing and wine-making, and artistic, folkloristic and bibliografic documentation on the subject.
You may also admire a very precious collection of maiolica dating back to th 17th and 18th centuries. The fortified part of the town is siuated between the middle of the Tiber valley and that of the Umbrian valley.
Here, the cultivation of the vine is an ancient art as is evidenced by the testimonial of archeologicals finds, and by a sketch dating back to the 14th century.

The zone is characterized by agriculture, consisting in the coltivation of various food-stuffs, and by craftsmanship, above all, the pottery trade.

The Museum of Wine is the most qualified in all of Italy, with its collections of tecnical instruments, prints dating back to various times, specialized craftsmanship and folkloristic documents.

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Rural retreats

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Nearest train station: Ponte San Giovanni, 3.98 miles
Nearest airport: Perugia S. Egidio, San Francesco, 6.03 miles
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