"The house where you can find tranquility and put your heart away"

Panicale - Umbria
585 sqm
24.80 ha
12 x 5 mt
Private negotiation


"Villa Dei Mandorli" is the typical umbrian two-level stone house, about 585 sqm large: the ground floor consists of a huge living room with fireplace, a second living room and a relaxation area that looks directly into the pool area; on the opposite side of the living room there is an access to a beautiful kitchen with excellent design through a passage with glass walls, then we find a bathroom and the technical room, porches for a further 43 sqm; the first floor consists of five double bedrooms each with its own en suite bathroom and a beautiful panoramic terrace of 25 sqm.
The project is very fascinating with a play of arcades and pergolas on the ground floor and a glazed passage that joins the two bodies of the building.
Access to the temperature-adjustable heated swimming pool (12m x 5m) is characterized by an enchanting path through pergolas, climbing plants and a fountain.
The land plot is about 24.80 hectares large with a high quality formal garden and olive grove, part of a pond for water supply. The property is partially fenced.
"Villa Dei Mandorli" was built with quality finishes, combining the characteristics of the old Umbrian farmhouses with modern technology and luxury comforts. The uniqueness of the house architecture, its finishes and features make it a unique property on the current market. Pergola next to the house for parking cars is equipped with a column for recharging the electric car. Underfloor heating system, air conditioning, wireless system in all the environments, automated gates with video intercom and cameras, alarm system, water from the well and existing source, outdoor lighting and irrigation system of the garden are computerized.

Technical Features

  •     Main building: 585 sq. m.
  •     Heated Pool: 12,00 x 5,00 m
  •     Land: 24,80 Ha
  •     Energy Class: B

Services and Utilities

  •     Electricity
  •     Well
  •     LPG underfloor heating
  •     Air conditioning
  •     Internet
  •     Alarm system


Villa is located in Umbria, a few kilometers from Lake Trasimeno and from the border with Tuscany, with green forests and small historic centers, in the middle of a beautiful countryside. Road to get to the property is completely paved.
Its position enjoys excellent privacy, but at the same time it is well connected with the neighboring towns of tourist prestige; the nearest village with all the services is Panicale, a charming typical Umbrian historic center, also awarded as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy in 2018, famous for Perugino's paintings; Città della Pieve is 15 minutes by car and Perugia is 35 km away; Siena is an hour away by car.


  •    Paciano 4 Km
  •    Città della Pieve 18 Km
  •    Castiglione del Lago 14 Km
  •    Perugia 37 Km
  •    Assisi 57 Km
  •    Orvieto 59 Km
  •    Foligno 72 Km
  •    Chianciano Terme 32 Km
  •    Montepulciano 38 Km
  •    Firenze 135 Km
  •    Roma 174 Km
  •    Perugia Airport 45 Km

Location of the property


Panicale is a historical and picturesque village of Medieval origin which still maintains its structural and architectural characteristics. The town’s plan is structured in concentric circles and represents one of the most advanced systems for military defence. This structure allowed the fortress of Panicale to resist to several sieges throughout the centuries.

What to see in Panicale

Porta Perugina is the entrance to Piazza Umberto I where one can find a fountain in travertine which dates back to 1473. Higher up one encounters the Collegiate Church of San Michele Arcangelo, which contains a small museum with works by Caporali and Masolino da Panicale.

Next, one comes across the Palazzo del Podestà which was built in the 12th century and is the highest point in Panicale.

Descending along via Sellari one reaches via Cesare Caporali and the municipal theatre of the same name. Reaching Porta Fiorentina, one enters Piazza Regina Margherita and finds the deconsecrated church of Sant’Agostino, which is now home to the Museum of Tulle.

Finally, there is the Church of San Sebastiano, dated between the 14th and 15th century, featuring frescos by Pietro Perugino.