Ref. 2056 Villa with park in Vasanello | Italian Prestige Houses

Ref. 2056 Villa with park in Vasanello

Medieval Village €338.000
Area (M 2)

Villa Eloisa is located two kilometers from the delightful village of Vasanello, in the heart of the splendid Tuscia region. Vasanello is a village of artisan ceramics, workshops and ancient furnaces located north-west of the Agro Falisco, at the base of the Monti Cimini just 15 minutes from the Orte motorway exit.
The villa, built with famous LeCorbusier schemes in the 80s, has undergone continuous renovation and maintenance works over the years to the point that today it is in perfect general condition.
Arranged on two levels, it develops a total area of ​​288 sqm. On the basement (partially below ground) there is a storage / garage area plus a beautiful modern style tavern with bathroom and modern fireplace. The internal staircase leads to the upper residential level consisting of a large living room with fireplace, kitchen, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms. The peculiarity of this villa is the hexagonal arrangement that allows you to have light in all the rooms and a continuum with the beautiful surrounding park where there is also an artifact of about 20 sqm to be used as a warehouse.
The park, with tall trees, of about 3,000 meters is completed by agricultural land on which there are a hectare of hazel grove and about 7000 meters of olive grove. Everything will soon be enriched by obtaining authorization for the construction of a swimming pool.
Vasanello is a lively and welcoming village where history exudes in every corner and the luxuriant nature allows you to experience special moments just a few steps from home. Among the things to see: the magnificent Orsini Castle and the medieval garden. Did you know that… Laura Orsini, wife of Nicola della Rovere, is said to be the illegitimate daughter of Pope Alexander VI Borgia. The pontiff was a lover of Giulia Farnese, wife of Orso Orsini and mother of Laura. The signs of the presence of these families in the village have remained in the frescoes of the Castle.