Immersed in the hills covered with beech, holm-oak and juniper woods, just a few kilometres from Allerona, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy whose origins follow those of nearby Orvieto, and there is no lack of architectural evidence of Roman times, with archaeological remains in the immediate vicinity of the village.
The Molino di Celvie is currently made up of three buildings: the old renovated mill, 140 square meters, on two floors, open space kitchen, fireplace, two bathrooms, woodshed, porch, terrace, outdoor oven, two basement.
The renovated barn, 70 square meters, plus a loft, open space kitchen, fireplace, utility room, two bathrooms, large windows, large porches.
Plus a new annex, 60 square meters, three bedrooms, utility room, fireplace and a bathroom.
In almost half a hectare of land grow a dozen olive trees, some fruit trees, such as figs, cherry trees, walnuts, almonds, plums, apricots and three large oaks.
The view is spectacular on the hills towards the plain. The farm is 5 km from Allerona.