Ancient walled Todi, said to have been built by Hercules sits on top of a double crested hill with incredible panoramic views in all directions. Its steep streets even gave Hannibal and his elephants problems. Nowadays, it is an impressive hilltop border town made famous by its palazzos, cathedral and central Piazza; one of the most picturesque in Italy and is often used as a movie set.
Casa della Gabbia, sits high on a hillside with magnificent views towards this fascinating walled town and its duomo. The property is a recently restored 400-year old farmhouse, complete with traditional exposed beams and hand cut terracotta brick floors. A key feature is the beautiful large terraced garden filled with herbs, fruit trees, olives, and even a well-stocked vegetable garden for the clients’ own use. Escape from the heat to the well decorated comfortable cool interiors and you'll feel relaxed and at ease immediately. The peace and tranquillity behind the pretty green shutters soothes and helps you to unwind from the pace of modern life.
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