Casale La Chiesina, Panicale, Perugia – Umbria

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Panoramic farmhouse for sale in Panicale, Perugia. The property, portion of an ancient monastery, includes two independent units, plus a small church currently deconsecrated. Access is guaranteed by a driveway gate that opens onto a private road, which leads to a small courtyard where the church and the main apartment are located. The other unit, which has its own private outdoor area, is located at the back and is also sold separately for € 75,000. The view that is enjoyed is breathtaking as the property is positioned on top of a hill.

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Where: Panicale, Province: Perugia, Region: Umbria.

Type: Portion of farmhouse with garden, on two levels; about 190 sqm.

Annex: Deconsecrated church, recently restored and currently used as a small reception hall.

Conditions: Good.

Garden: Private courtyard, 700 sqm.

Swimming pool: Not present, but it is possible to build one

Parking: Outdoor.


Main Apartment:

Ground Floor:

Two bedrooms,


First Floor:

Large living room with dining area and access to the panoramic terrace,


Secondary Apartment:

Ground Floor:

Living room with kitchenette and access to the pathio,


First Floor:

Mezzanine bedroom.

Distance from services: 3 km.

Distance from the main airports: Perugia 47 km, Florence 147 km, Rome 202 km.

Gravel road: 280 m.


Fixed telephone network: Available.

Wi-Fi: Available.

Heating: LPG and wood burning stoves.

Well: Not present.

Water: City water supply.

Electricity: Available.

Energy Efficiency Rating:. G.

Location description


Municipality  Panicale, Province Perugia, Region Umbria The medieval village Panicale is approx. 500 m over sea level, located on the border between Umbria and Tuscany from the south side of Trasimeno Lake, defined as the most beautiful natural terrace of Umbria and listed among the most beautiful villages in Italy. The church of St. Sebastian houses one of the masterpieces by the painter Pietro Vannucci (“Perugino”), “The Martyrdom of St. Sebastian”. The municipality (with the same name as the town), is crossed by hills and valleys, but also mountains and lakes/rivers. In the summer there are festivals and concerts. Don’t miss Trasimeno Blues where different concerts tour around the cities around the lake In Panicale there are cafes, grocery store, butcher, tobacconist, post office, bank, barbershop, and four restaurants, two high-level. How to get there: By car from South: 20 km to the highway A1 Rome - Florence. Exit Chiusi-Chianciano Terme, then towards Castiglione del Lago (SS71), past Moiano leave the main road for Paciano/Panicale. Then follow signs. By car from North: Exit Valdichiana, Superstrada Perugia (SS 326), exit Castiglione del Lago (SS71) and follow the signs to Chiusi. Leave the main road near the crossroad Panicale / Panicarola. By train: Chiusi-Chianciano Terme main railway station, with train Napoli - Rome - Milan. Airports: Perugia 45 km, Rome 160 km and 180 km, Florence 150 km and Pisa 238 km.