Poggio Le Stalle is an 18th century farmhouse that has been sensitively and tastefully restored to create a large villa flanked by a separate guesthouse and studio sitting on 40 acres of private land. Nestled on the edge of a Mediterranean oak forest, this charming property is located in a rural, authentic and relatively unknown corner of southern Umbria

The rustic exterior of the farmhouse melds into the backdrop of the hilly, forested Umbrian surroundings. Set on the edge of a nature reserve the property is situated in a highly protected zone with strict building codes. This ensures that the area will remain undeveloped. It guarantees the beautiful views will remain constant over time and that the valley will retain its serene and rustic charms. It is a perfect location for those who love tranquility, value their privacy and seek the delights of Italian countryside living.

The property includes three separate structures: the main farmhouse; a two bedroom guest cottage and a smaller studio cottage, all offering extensive terraces overlooking the valley.

The farmhouse has 250 sq.m (2,691 sqft) of living space made up of: five double ensuite bedrooms; a library; a large open plan living room, dining room and kitchen area and guest bathroom, as well as an extensive storage and  work space. The guest cottage (70 sq.m) consists of two bedrooms, a bathroom and a large living/dining space with kitchen. The small studio cottage (24 sq.m) has open plan living, kitchen and dining space and a bathroom with shower. All houses are connected to mains electricity & water with telephone and wifi available on the property.

Any potential buyer of the property would be able to apply for a ‘Casa Vacanze’ license and be able to draw rental income from their investment in the property – when not enjoying the relaxing and peaceful atmosphere themselves.