Pietra e luce, semplicità e calore. Il bruno autentico dei grandi travi di quercia sui soffitti; il rosa pastello del cotto antico sui pavimenti; il bianco candido e riposante del cotone ricamato e del lino sui letti in ferro battuto. A Coerano ogni stanza è un racconto, ogni finestrella un quadro. C’è tanto verde intorno, olivi e querce secolari, boschetti, campi coltivati e, a due passi da casa, le rovine spettacolari dell’anfiteatro romano e del foro dell’antica Trebula Mutuesca.
An evocative little residence created from the remnants of a beautifully restored Roman/Medieval tower, with ceilings in centuries-old oak planks, thick stone walls and handmade terracotta tile floors. The rustic antique furnishings complement a massive oak and travertine fireplace. La Torretta looks out over a shady stone terrace with jasmine-covered wrought ironwork that offers a magnificent view of the valley below.
A large 3-storey house built over Roman baths dating back to the 2nd century AD. The broad arched window of its spacious living room looks onto a lush garden; floors are in handmade terracotta and ceilings supported by massive chestnut beams. The kitchen, with its thick masonry walls, occupies a space that once communicated with the Roman era cistern still in use in the garden. Antique furniture, ample windows looking out over green valleys, all combine to create an atmosphere steeped in history and much beloved as a home.
Overlooking a deep, wooded valley, caressed by the shade of hundred-year-old olive trees and the scent of citrus and rosemary, the Franciscan monks of the nearby monastery would come here several centuries ago to do their laundry at an immense, double-basin stone fountain fed by the fresh cold waters of an underground coastal spring, which still stands under the protection of a narrow clay-tiled roof. The nearby swimming pool takes in the sweeping panorama alongside a lovely olive-shaded patio.
A lovely cottage built over Roman ruins in the Sabine countryside with spectacular views over the valleys stretching westward towards the setting sun and Rome. An ideal spot for a relaxing holiday immersed in nature, and a perfect base for excursions into the regions of Lazio and Umbria and the city of Rome itself. The house is surrounded by olive groves, and its charming garden is bordered by Roman columns that are most likely the remains of a gateway to the ancient Roman city of Trebula Mutuesca, known today as Monteleone Sabino.
This comfortable modern villa has ample interior and exterior spaces with all the comforts; immersed in nature with a view over the valleys of the Sabine countryside, ancient olive groves and oak woods, and sunsets against the mountain skyline. Surrounded by a charming garden shaded by a colonnade and trees, there is also a large pool where you can enjoy the panorama as you take a swim.