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Apartment number three  in the  Old  Monticello' s  mansion  

 

 

  

 

 Place on the acropolis of Monticello town , an ancient village near the castle of Petroro , this former palace of approximately 750 square meters., Has recently undergone a major restoration, which involved the  roof waterproofing, rebuilding channels eaves, replacement of internal and external fixtures, construction of main sewers, water, electricity, gas , and is now ready to be divided into several apartments, according to the buyers  preferences, the property is classified as of historical , all operations were subject to the supervision of the Superintendency monuments of Umbria.

Some history over the area of Monticello: old family owned Astancolle, was so named because it was on a small hill (monticulus). In 1426 there took refuge among the worst of the Ghibellines Astancolle, while in 1499 it hosted the followers of Altobello Clairvaux, thus risking the destruction of the city of Todi. The tower is still that age. The parish church of St. Nicoḷ of 1700, while the former are only a few fragments of wall. Monticello is located near the sanctuary of Sant'Arnaldo, whose ancient building dating back to the Romanesque period, the Saint (a very valuable statue, now lost, depicted as pastor say) is invoked against the hernia and evils hidden . His feast day is celebrated on the second Sunday of September.  

We offer , here for sale , the apartment number three  , on the ground floor, with : living room with predisposition for wood stove or fireplace , kitchen , bathroom , with cloackroom , for a total of 70 sqm. , price  85.000-euro fully furnished

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