House with panoramic terrace in the historic center of Cetona. Elegantly restored with a meticulous choice of materials, this home, spread over four levels, is in the part of the old town that has the most panoramic views.
On the ground floor is the large kitchen divided by two brick arches from the dining area with fireplace. Also on this floor is the utility room and wine cellar in a vault of tufo.
A wrought iron and double glazed French door which is also protected by a solid wooden door faces Via Porta Lateri, the ancient access to Cetona where, in medieval times, there was a watch tower that still shows traces of the original city gate.
A terracotta staircase leads upstairs, through a sliding door, where there is a double bedroom and a single room with windows that command a stunning view. There is a stylish bathroom with bathtub. From this floor a travertine staircase, closed by a wooden and glass door, leads upstairs to a welcoming living room with an open fire surrounded by a mantelpiece of travertine marble.
Three windows open onto a truly spectacular view of the mountain and the surrounding countryside. The main entrance from via Piaggiola, is also on this floor. The main door is decorated by a travertine portal from a small private courtyard that is embellished with roses and a wrought iron gate
A travertine staircase leads to the top floor where the master bedroom with a private bathroom and wardrobe. It has a large window and French doors opening out on to the terrace. From here there is a breathtaking 180 degrees panoramic view of the Monte Cetona and the rolling countryside clothed in olive trees, cypresses and oaks.
The house is a real gem of elegance and comfort and is ideally suited to be either a home or a holiday rental.
Each floor has central heating.