Casa Marino offers a panoramic view from from a hill in the South of
Umbria – the green heart of Italy – around 12 km from Spoleto, a town
known for arts and culture since medieval times. The villa presents the
typical style of Umbrian rural manor houses, having been built in the
beginning of the 18th century and solely from the natural local stone. The
house’s 14 rooms rise 3 stories high on an almost quadratic ground plan.
In the mid-1980ies Casa Marino underwent complete restoration, with care
taken not to touch upon its originality and basic architecture. In the
the house, the brightly lit staircase constructed of “pietra viva”,
elevates you to the 3rd floor. All floors are made of original antique
terracotta. Impressively massive cover beams of oak and chestnut bear
the roof and ceilings. On the belle étage rooms are decorated with various
painted ceilings from the early 20th century.
The four fireplaces of the house contribute to the noble impression of
the larger rooms.
Bordering on the garden to the south is a 45 m2 terrace with a roof of
timber and cotto. 50 metres away a smaller dependence of 45 m2 is
hidden in the foliage – in ruins still, though it could be re-erected. The
villa is surrounded by a 4000 m2 park with oaks and pines aged hundreds
of years. Adjacent to the park, there is an extended 6500 m2 olive yard of
130 trees. The yard features a run-in stable with permanent water supply
for horses. Without any formal problems a swimming pool can be built
in the garden.
The house is equipped with a multiply circuited alarm system. It has a
modern methane gas heating system with integrated sun energy
collectors for warm water. Park and olive yard are fenced and feature an
The villa is ready for moving in.
Fact sheet – technical information:
Manor House situated on a hill with panoramic view
Surface area of the manor house – approx. 430 m2
Surface area surface of the terrace – approx. 45 m2
Adjacent building of 45 m2, in ruins, but ready for reconstruction
Erected at the end of XVII. century through the beginning of XVIII.
Last restoration: basic restoration in 1983, new technical installations
Living and bed rooms: 8
Secondary rooms/closets: 2
Heating: 2 separate heating circles with communal methane gas supply
Premises: approx. 10,500 m2 of park with valuable trees and olive yard
Category in land registry: A7
The villa is ubicated in a straordinary naturalistic and storic area,
called "Green heart of Italy", the region Umbria.
near a city
near a forest
airport > 50 km
is part of appartment complex
located on holiday resort
Holiday resort facilities
Overall external condition
in good condition
Under € 50.000