The San Rocco villa set in 57 hectares of beautiful grounds, has a panoramic view of the medieval hill-town of Todi, only 7 km away.
The splendid interiors of the house have been faithfully restored with original materials and coverted into two spacious apartments and independent residence.
The magical place is surrounded by beautiful, well equipped garden and the villa itself is approached along a lovely tree-lined avenue.
The original part of the house dates back to the 16th century when an oratory was built and dedicated to San Rocco (for those interested in the historical background of the villa, records of the original ownership may be found in the "Tudertino Topographic Dictionary" by Alvi G. Battista).
One of the splendid apartments is part of the central Villa itself, another is in the adjoining "Bigattiera" and finally there is San Rocco II, a charming independent residence situated 300 m from the main house.
The furnishings, for the most part, are antique and period pieces providing an enchanting and elegant setting.