Terreno Edificabile Il Lago Trasimeno, Città della Pieve

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Plot of land of approx. 700 sqm suitable for building a house of 150/180 sqm. It is located in a beautiful location overlooking Lake Trasimeno, with no major roads nearby. Some planning fees for the land have already been paid for.
Currently on the property there are about 150 olive trees, which can be sold to reduce the overall costs.

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Where: Città della Pieve, Province: Perugia, Region: Umbria.

Plot of land / building plot: on a panoramic hill, approx. 700 sqm of land suitable for constructing a house of 150-180 sqm.

There are 150 olive trees on the land that can be sold to reduce the overall cost.

Some of the planning fees for the plot have already been paid for.


Location description

Città della Pieve

Municipality Città della Pieve, Province Perugia, Region Umbria. Città della Pieve is a medieval town located on a hill dominating the Chiana Valley and Trasimeno Lake, at the border between Umbria and Tuscany, not far from Lazio. The stunning views have inspired the landscapes painted by its greatest native son, Pietro Vannucci, known as "Il Perugino", as well as teacher of the great painter Raphael. You find many delicious restaurants, as well as bars, shops and main services. The Lamborghini Golf Club is a 15 minutes drive. At 20 minutes there is also a spa pool at the Spa Resort in San Casciano dei Bagni with 38o in the hot springs. The town is very lively and very interesting; it offers events year-round - exhibitions, concerts, fairs, and festivals. Shops, eight restaurants and cafes are in Città della Pieve. Although municipal offices and universities. Many excursions in the surroundings: Small towns on the mountainsides and hills; Panicale, Montegabbione, Paciano, Piegaro, Cetona, Monteleone d’Orvieto. Most of them with their own events, and concerts in the summer. Major medieval towns, Chiusi, Cortona, Castiglione del Lago. All with many shops and restaurants, as well as a market on different days of the week. Florence, Perugia and Siena are naturally in a class by themself, with history and museums. Do not miss the Palio horse race in Siena. How to get here: By car: the autostrada A1 Rome – Florence – from north exit Chiusi-Chianciano Terme (15 km) or from south Fabro (17 km). By train: Station Chiusi-Chianciano Terme on the Napoli - Rome - Milan line. By air: Sant'Egidio Airport in Perugia is 50 minutes drive. Rome with Ciampino and Fiumicino is under 2 hours drive. Other airports are Pisa and Florence.