This unique property is a chance to own your own little piece of history, “Al Grezzo” - which means it has been completely restored, leaving the final touches, such as décor, and in some instances, final layout to the purchaser. Originally part of a large dwelling, and one part an old stable, there is a plethora of original features, such as old beams brick arches, wall niches, vaulted ceilings, the original well, and, a very unusual feature is the “water chute”, a small “letter boxed” shaped hole through one of the walls which allowed the farmer to pour the water into the stable for the animals. Enter the property via a paved walkway, just under an arch you will find the main entrance door, steps lead down into the main living area (Sala), this is a magnificent room, oozing character, there is even the original tunnel like “cantina”, wall niches lining the wall, perhaps to be used as a sauna, storage area, office, or, of course your wine collection! A chimney has been prepared and is ready for a wood burning stove (Stuffa) or a fireplace. There is a large brick archway spanning across this part of the room. Above the old “Pozzo”, the outside well, is a feature window, via two beautiful high arches, is a vaulted ceiling, glass double doors lead out onto a large paved terrace, offering amazing views toward Collazzone, and the surrounding countryside, there is an ample sized garden with space for a swimming pool, and then just below, your own olive grove. Re-enter the living space, and to the left of the main entrance is a large kitchen area, with a feature window overlooking the “Sala”. Steps from the living area will lead up to a bathroom, and then ahead a bigger family sized bathroom, steps lead down to the 2 double, sunny bedrooms, (one room has an old vase actually in the wall!) the dividing wall part of another huge brick arch. Services: The property will be fitted with under floor heating, and has mains water, gas, electricity and drainage. Piedicolle is a stunning Medieval Borgo 324 metres above sea level, fronted by a beautiful church, behind one can meander down the little paved walkways, lined with flowers and dinky courtyards. The village has a “Circolo” (a little bar) where you can have your morning coffee with the locals. Collepepe is the nearest small town, offering a Pharmacy and a few shops, about 8 km’s away is Marsciano, a larger town with all amenities, and train station. Also, within a short distance the famous towns of Todi, Monte Castello di Vibio and Deruta, (famed for its ceramics). Perugia airport is about a 35 minute drive away, which offers regular flights to London and other destinations.