Le TreTorri is a magnificently restored stone building
complex that includes a tower of Longobard origin
(VI century) according to local traditions.
The three buildings in the complex
surround a court where a large swimming pool and a whirlpool have been
The main building, the one with the |Longobard tower, includes three floors that exceed
400m2 of surfaces. The ground floor is divided into an independent
apartment with its own kitchen, bedroom, living room, bathroom and large
portico. Another large room has been realized at the base of the tower with
kitchen and its own access. A wide living room, a cellar another bathroom
and a utility room take up the rest of the ground floor that also includes
The first floor can also be reached by
an external stone staircase and includes, on the right of the staircase,
leading to balcony with breathtaking views
over Montone, a large kitchen with traditional
fireplace from where one can reach the large living room with a beautiful
arch in the middle. An independent studio and a luxurious bathroom take up
what is left of the space
The second floor includes 2 large bedrooms and a white/black marble
bathroom with an enormous Juacuzzi.
The other two buildings have been
restored with just the same taste for detail. The former tobacco
drying-house has a fantastic lounge on the first floor and a private studio
at ground floor with a portico and an independent access. The out-hose includes a kitchen and portico at ground
floor and two bedrooms and bathrooms make it another independent large
The total surface exceeds sqm 700 for the 3 buildings.
Roughly devided in : Main building : sqm 425 , outhouse sqm 110
with B&B licence; former tobacco drying house sqm
164 + sqm 40 of portico Ha 1,5 of land - double
access and electric gate; the property is all fenced and has an automatic
irrigation system Easy road access 6 km from the E45, Montone
is 4 kms away Smashing view of Montone Hope this helps The owner is an architect and
he has recorded all works accomplished supported by notes, photos and
descriptions that they will make available to future owners.
Vittorio and Enrica, the
owners, knew what they were doing when they decided they definitely wanted
to restore this complex. They have succeeded in bringing it to a new life
with the most superb taste!.
The location pays tribute to the complex
beauty and makes the perfect place for those who enjoy beautifully restored
stone properties with their own history and privacy but not too far from
the lively towns of Assisi and Perugia that are
both within easy reach.