Borgo San Sisto is a beautiful fortified Medieval village built in the 11th Century.
Surrounded by a quiet and stunning countryside with woods and olive trees, Borgo San Sisto overlooks the beautiful Medieval town of Todi, just 1 mile away. The manor has two buildings: a stone farm house, with five double bedrooms, each one with its own bathroom and fireplace, a hall, a conservatory with a stunning view of the river, two living rooms with fireplace, a wonderful corner kitchen with a firewood oven and a lovely bathroom with storage and original antique bathroom appliances.
Next to the farm house there is an old deconsecrated church with ancient crossed arches, antiques elements from the Roman age and an old fresco. Between the church and the farm house there is the old Sacristy, now turned into a wine cellar. The bathrooms have travertine floors and walls, and old stone sinks, while all the appliances and the rest are completely modern and user friendly. When the place has been remodeled the original design was kept , and the restoration was made using recycled materials and decorated with antique furniture, creating a perfect balance of old charm and modern commodities.
Permission has been granted to build an additional 753 square foot building on the property.
• Court and land: 26,246 square feet
• Panoramic external veranda
• Deconsecrated Church
• Phone in every room
• TV in every room
• Cable music broadcast
• All bedrooms with en suite baths
• Communal bathroom
• Large modern kitchen with firewood
• 4 fireplaces
• Laundry room and boiler room
• Exterior storage for fire wood
• Linen storage
• Cleaning material storage
Borgo San Sisto is suitable to be used as both a prestigious residence, and as a charming agriturismo, a cultural site.
The property appeared in a famous Italian magazine (CASANTICA N° 35 May-June 2010).
Borgo San Sisto is located in the province of Perugia (Umbria) in central Italy and is 28 miles from Perugia, 83 miles from Rome, 122 miles from Florence and 303 miles from Milan.