Old stone farmhouse 45 km from Rome on the Via Salaria, situated on the slopes of Nerola, medieval village dominated by the fourteenth-century castle of the Orsini.
Built in 1800 and originally operating as a mill has recently been restored as a dwelling on two floors. The first floor, which is accessed by a staircase in masonry or some stone steps, consists of two bedrooms, living room with fireplace, kitchen with electric stove and wood stove topped with hood, bathroom with shower.
The ground floor has been converted into a mini apartment with a bedroom, kitchen and bathroom.
Situated in open countryside, in an area surrounded by fruit trees and an olive grove of 300 acres.
In the immediate vicinity you will find a swimming pool open to the public, cottages and places of historical and cultural interest: Abbey of Farfa, Fara Sabina, Lucus Feroniae, Orvinio and Lucretili Mountains, Monte Libretti, Palombara, Monte Leone Sabino.
Can be reached via:
-The motorway Rome-Florence, exit at Fiano Romano, following the direction Rieti Salaria and taking the crossroads marked Nerola
-Via Salaria, passing Monterotondo call, Corese Terra (up to Passo Corese) and then follow the signs for Nerola.
Only for events, parties and ceremonies
In the countries of the area you can find institutions for weddings lay or contact the numerous ecclesiastical settlements. The beautiful Imperial Abbey of Farfa, with its medieval incasato is a prestigious place known throughout the world for its role over the centuries by Benedictine monks. It is particularly dear to the English who are involved in the excavation and was visited by Charles and Diana of England.
The stated price of Euro 500 is indicative. The cost varies according to the events and the duration of the period in which you plan to rent it out. Contact leaders to reach an agreement.