Villa Molini offers a truly outstanding relaxation and nature immersion experience. It's the perfect accommodation for couples, families (with children) and large groups, who are looking for a comfortable and pleasant stay. Villa Molini is located in Casenuove, a fraction of Magione, less than 2 km away from Trasimeno Lake. The villa is surrounded by green countryside with easy access to the characteristic towns in the area. .
房源空間 This beautiful 4 bedroom villa includes a private swimming pool, a well-kept garden, and a fabulous barbecue. It truly proposes the perfect setting to fully enjoy outdoor activities and pleasant moments.
The Outside A large garden of 2500 square meters, with a newly renovated pool bathed by the sun during the whole day. Garden and pool areas are equipped with chairs, chaise lounge, BBQ, an incredible gazebo, and a solarium for your moments of relaxation. The outside is completely fenced with a pedestrian path leading to the entrance area and large parking facilities for several cars. From the back of the house, you can access to the stunning countryside which presents the possibility of cycling and walking in nature.
Living and Kitchen The first floor of the house is composed by a spacious living area with fireplace, dining table, sofa, and TV, a small hall separates it from the kitchen which is equipped with everything you need: dishwasher, oven, microwave, refrigerator, coffee machine, and kettle.
Bedrooms For a total of 4 bedrooms, the layout is constituted by 2 DOUBLE bedrooms, one of them with a private bathroom including bathtub, and 2 TWIN bedrooms, which are sharing the second bathroom present in the house. An internal staircase leads to the ground floor where there is a large garage, a small service bathroom, and laundry area.
A splash of inky blue on the hilly landscape, Lago Trasimeno is where Umbria spills over into Tuscany. Italy's fourth-largest lake is a prime spot if you want to tiptoe off the well-trodden trail and slip into the languid rhythm of lake life. All around the 128-sq-km lake, olive groves, woods of oak and cypress trees, vines and sunflower fields frame castle-topped medieval towns, such as Castiglione del Lago and Passignano, draped along its shores like a daisy chain.