You'll want to take a closer look at this incredible Umbrian castle for sale in Biscina, Italy. The splendid castle is priced at €1.6m is located in Umbria, precisely in Perugia where it has marked the regional history of the times. The castle, an imposing structure, is composed of two large main bodies joined on one side, with the latest restructuring that involved safety and seismic upgrading, it was set up to allow for a highly luxurious accommodation development. The large interior spaces of the castle are spread over four floors in the basement there is an immense salon designed for use in restaurants or conferences with laundry rooms or others. On the ground floor, there are four large rooms which can be used for various uses, on the first floor there are twelve large rooms all equipped with internal bathrooms, on the second floor there are eighteen rooms, and on the third floor there are only six rooms.
The castle has a whole part to be restored that is composed of many rooms that were most likely used by servants or courtiers with a church attached. The castle is located in an enchanting position with a breathtaking view especially from the first to the third floor and not to be overlooked in the short term predominantly over a huge reservoir being completed. It is accessed by a wide and paved municipal road except for the last 400 meters. Just 16 kilometers away is the Perugia Ancona highway from which you can reach both the A/14 motorway and the A/1, and the Umbria International Airport is 28 kilometers away.
The castle at present requires some minimal structural interventions in the roofing and some merlons of the main tower. They do not go into the historical description that starts from the 900 although it is the pre-existing castle on that date.
Biscina in the region of Umbria is a town in Italy about 147 kilometers north of Rome, the country's capital city. Umbria is one of Italy's best-kept secrets. It displays fascinating towns and villages, plenty of culture, fantastic food, beautiful scenery, cultural events, and so much more. And, despite that, it’s still ignored by mainstream tourism. Therefore, you won’t find the tourist crowds that you can expect in Florence or San Gimignano. On the contrary, you will enjoy an atmosphere of bygone times, among the palaces, medieval paths, castles, and fortresses of charming villages.
One of the top things to see and do in Umbria is to visit Perugia and its medieval art collections. Perugia is Umbria, Italy's regional capital. It’s a fairly big city, with modern outskirts, but has a medieval historical center, that is built upon a cliff as usual in Umbria, with plenty of medieval charm. If you are passionate about art, you won't want to miss Palazzo de Priori, one of the most beautiful and imposing buildings in Perugia. It is home to the Galleria Nazionale dell Umbria, a superb gallery of Umbrian medieval and renaissance art.
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