Built in the 13th century and restored in 1982 with the suggestions of the American sculptor Beverly Pepper, the house is inside the walled city of Todi, about 5 minutes’ walk from the main square. Conveniently located for shopping and sightseeing.
Flanked by the apse of the church of S. Prassede on the southwest side, and has a 400 sq. m. garden in front, it is very private and quiet. All the windows have great views of the valley below and the Martani mountains directly east.
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