In the immediate vicinity of this fascinating city, on the borders of Umbria and Tuscany, an hour from Rome and the sea, 20 minutes from the two lakes, Bolsena and vVco natural park, this ancient Dominican convent dating back to 1200, completely renovated with quality materials and respect for architectural features. Spread over 3 levels, plus basement and cellar.Photo 360 ° and Video Links below.The property has 8 en-suite bedrooms, a 190 sqm apartment with two bathrooms, which can be transformed into two suites or four bedrooms with bathrooms, a bar, a kitchen equipped for both indoor and outdoor banquets, a surrounding garden with a swimming pool cultivated land of about 1 hectare.The property is also equipped with a 12 kilowatt photovoltaic systemProperty that, due to its location and characteristics, is a strategic hot spot in Italy and I think it is perfect to convert to an incomparable Boutique Hotel!Our architects have already shown you some virtual furnishing ideas. If you have other ideas contact me, we will be happy to offer you alternative solutions. See our 360 ° virtual furnishings, few designers ever manage to make them !!Our architecture firm, and specialized firms of our trust, will be able to realize them and deliver the turnkey property according to the solutions you have chosen.The notarial deed, at my expense, will be introduced the 100% Guarantee for Sellers and Buyers, as soon as possible also in Italy, the Price Deposit.The building, of imposing but elegant shape, reveals a high historical importance. It is a former convent of Dominican friars working in the Church of S. Maria della Quercia. It is located in front of the Etruscan site Le Caselle which probably dates back to the 7th century BCThe building was built in 1200 and later expanded, it came into the possession of the Dominicans in 1469 and we find it in the Cabreo (Dominican land registry) of 1657 drawn up by the notary Blasio Blasi and illustrated by a young Battista Schiratti.From a 1749 illustration (written and illustrated by Nicola del Carretto), a second construction phase appears.It is interesting to note that the entrance road to the Caselle farm which ends in front of the Casale facade is oriented towards the Sanctuary of Santa Maria de la Quercia. In fact, positioning in front of the main façade of the farmhouse and looking towards the hamlet of Quercia and consequently towards the sanctuary it can be verified that the road is perfectly aligned with the three-order bell tower of Ambrogio da Milano.
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