Again plenty of attention for our home town Todi! The London Times just dedicated two pages to a big project in our area. After a few lines indicating the advantages and treasures of Todi is gives a detailed overview of a renovation project for sale by an American business man
‘The medieval town of Todi is a quintessential Italian town perched high on an Umbrian hilltop, its central square, the sloping Piazza del Popolo, crammed full of architectural delights.
Less than an hour’s drive from Perugia, an hour and a half from Rome and just over two hours’ drive from Florence or the Maremma coast, Todi is accessible from a range of airports and well placed for those who want to explore the area. In short, the perfect location for a holiday home.
For those who would like an Italian adventure under the Umbrian sun there is a renovation project on offer here that could pay dividends for the right buyer. It is a bit of mixed bag and includes derelict farmhouses that can only loosely be described as “properties”. For those who relish a renovation challenge, this is an opportunity.’
After describing the separate houses David Hunt, an architectural designer and chartered surveyor who visited the properties, is quoted “A prudent buyer, with careful planning and disposal of some of the properties over time, will end up with a magnificent residence in the most beautiful part of rural Italy for little or no net cost.”
Our real estate portfolio features various very attractive and interesting renovation objects, listed under “to restore” and we happily assists buyers throughout a renovation project.