Building land for sale in Italy (Massa Martana) 1526 sq.m.

Cod: T019D

At the gates of a small and characteristic village named Mezzanelli, known for the presence of an old castle dating back before 1000 AD. currently under renovation, located on a hill with a beautiful panoramic view of the surrounding hills, we offer the sale of a building plot of about 1500 square meters. on which it is possible to build a new independent building. Utilities are present on site. Quiet and sunny area. Location: Mezzanelli is a small village halfway between the town of Massa Martana (Pg) from which it is 6 km away and Acquasparta (Tr) from which it is 8 km away, which rises to 377 meters above sea level. Easily accessible, it is only 3.5 km from the FCU railway station and from the exit of the E-45 (Orte / Cesena) highway which allows you to get to Todi (20 km), Terni (30 km), Perugia (60 km). , Perugia Airport (70 km), Assisi (55 km), Rome (120 km), Fiumicino Airport (150 km), Florence (200 km), Spoleto (30 km), Marmore Falls (40 km), Trasimeno Lake 70 (km), Piediluco Lake (45 km), etc. Historical Outline Mezzanelli Castle Also this castle seems to have risen before the year 1000 by the Massetan nobles, the Rapizzoni; it was part of the Arnolfa land, was a fief of the Baschi family, whose members, moreover, distinguished themselves with the name of counts of Mezzanelli, and for its powerful strategic position it was repeatedly attacked and destroyed. In fact, the castle dominates the underlying plane, on which the Naia flows, a stream that originates from the Martani mountains, in Poggio Azzuano in the province of Terni and flows into the Tiber near Pontecuti di Todi, after a journey of twenty eight kilometers. It was demolished several times in 1447 and in 1451 by the Municipality of Todi and Spoleto, Mezzanelli was rebuilt shortly after in 1467 at the expense of its inhabitants. In the year 1500 he was again attacked and destroyed by the troops of Pope Alexander VI, who had conquered Acquasparta. In 1551 Torquato di Paride, count of Baschi, sold half of his fiefdom to Isabella Liviani and her husband Gian Giacomo Cesi.

Price: € 29000