16th-century convent located on the hills around Todi, in a quiet and panoramic position in the Umbrian countryside.
The complex (over 2,200 sqm in total) is currently split into multiple units that include a painting atelier, the master house and several accommodations for the guests. The building is in need of consolidation and renovation but could be easily converted into a luxury hotel. The property is completed by 5.1 hectares of land.
Buildings include a 1811 sq.m monastery distributed over 3 floors, last renovated in 1980's. A 204 sq.m church converted into a charming painting atelier together with the old sacristy, with a series of painting rooms and storages. The 442 sq.m master house offers 5 bedrooms, a 48 sq.m terrace and a loft that could easily accommodate two more bedrooms with a shared bathroom.
There is also a 52 sq.m guest apartment with 1 bedroom, a 372 sq.m guest wing with 2 generous living rooms, 6 bedrooms and a 23 sq.m veranda. The 600 sq.m old priest's house is situated right next to the church, distributed over three floors offering 2 bedrooms, several workshops and a studio with a small 12 sq.m terrace. A spacious 117 sq.m cellar, an old monk cells that have been converted into two cozy guesthouses with a total of 4 bedrooms, a 157 sq.m keeper's house with 4 bedrooms, as well as an old pigsty, a greenhouse, pool technical room and a spacious underground garage.
The convent is surrounded by a well-maintained garden enclosed by a wall that ensures privacy. Right next to the convent is the 12 × 6 m swimming pool, designed in 1990 by Pietro Dorazio and paved with Bisazza mosaic tiles.
Access to the complex is through a short stretch of unpaved road (300 m) decorated with cypresses and ornamental plants. The land surrounding the convent (roughly 5.1 hectares) includes approximately 300 olive trees, a truffle ground and a small wood that shelter the property from prying eyes.