Villa Alessandra was built in the late 1800s and set on the outskirts of the village of Pozzuolo, the Villa measures approximately 480 sqm arranged on 3 floors reached by an architecturally imposing elliptical period staircase. The rear top floor terrace offers partial views of the Lake Trasimeno and the surrounding hills and villages. The property is set in almost 3 hectares of land including a private bosco, an avenue of 90 ancient evergreen oaks, numerous mature trees, an old well and a recently installed 120 m deep well. About 40 olive trees and high cypress line the perimeter of the property with a laurel hedge to the front. The grounds are completely secure by means of a recently installed 2 metre high metal fence and new solid iron railings for the entire length of the fronte strada. The original iron gates have now been restored and will be fitted to complete the imposing frontage.
The valuable additional planning to modernise the property, will bring the total built area to over 700 sqm by adding: 2 first floor balconies and a ground floor extension to the main Villa; a 12m x 6m cellar; a detached 3 bedroom Guest House (130sqm), a swimming pool and pool house (120 sqm), along with a garage for six cars, plus technical and service rooms.
The "Inizio Lavori" has been filed. Any telephone cables overhead have been placed underground and the unsightly poles removed after permission was formally granted. Also any overcrowded, leaning or weakened trees have been removed.