MarcheRustico Announces Completion of Restoration and Sale of Castle Castello Izzalini in Umbria, Italy.

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The development of Castle Castello Izzalini consists of an exclusive complex of 15 luxuriously furnished homes in Izzalini near Todi in the region of Umbria, Italy. Now completely restored and offered for sale, the castle consists of 1,396 square meters and is sold with 16,800 square meters of land.

MarcheRustico announces the release for sale of Castle Castello Izzalini - a magnificent, significant and historical landmark for the region Umbria Italy. The development consists of an exclusive complex of 15 luxuriously furnished homes in the Castle Castello Izzalini, Izzalini near Todi in the region of Umbria, Italy.

The Castle Castello Izzalini was fortified by a mercenary leader of brigands called Ezzalino da Romano from whom the Castle and village tales its name. This captain of thieves took possession of the Castle Castello Izzalini complete with turrets and canon port holes to strengthen his position in the Valley below. Today the sensations and atmosphere of the past can be revisited and savored: the thick defensive walls and the secret passages have been faithfully restored and these historical homes now welcome guests into a fairy tale atmosphere.
Architect Stefano del Pinto commented - "The décor of the historical homes of Castle Castello Izzalini are a modern interpretation of the style of ancient furniture used in the Middle Ages, and is tastefully combined with conveniences of today."

Each apartment has internet-controlled central heating system, dishwasher, and ADSL internet connections, Satellite TV, terrestrial TV and telephone connections. The purchase of each apartment includes all furniture, fittings, hand painted artistic motif on all service cutlery, and exclusive art and sculptures in all rooms.

Sergio Vincioni of CosEdil reaffirmed - "There are 15 apartments plus a concierge accommodation for sale of varying dimensions and configurations but similar architectural features and décor, which can be sold together or individually. The area around Todi is rich in art, history and culture with many all year round festivals organized by Umbrian region of central Italy".

He adde "Properties like this don't come on the market very often, but then again not many people are in the market for a Castle. Castello Izzalini is complete with 15 apartments, and its very own 16,800 square meter court yard".

Renovated to the highest standard having all modern comforts whilst retaining the style of a medieval château and surrounded by peaceful countryside and oak and chestnut forest, this ancient stone castle is enormous, private, luxurious and breathtaking.

Each historical home has a kitchen, a lounge/dining rooms, large bedroom and shower/toilet. There is a sofa bed in each apartment perfect for having a few friends over to stay.

Steeped in history, and filled to the ramparts with colorful legend, this monumental Castle Castello Izzalini was in 1194 at the centre of the brigand of mercy captain Ezzalino da Romano realm. Ultimately fortified by him to raid the nearby inhabitants and his war campaigns, it fell into disrepair and obscurity after his death but is now fully restored to incorporate all modern conveniences. This castle provides the sense of style, relaxation and comfort for that well deserved get-away-from-it-all with family and friends. The ideal property.
About MarcheRustico: - Vincent and Mieke market property in the central region of Italy. Their small consultancy company specializes in creating homes from ruins; offering architecture and engineering advice on restoration project and help business develop.

About CosEdil: - CosEdil SPA was formed in 1990 and headquartered private dwellings.

Press Release Contact: - For future details of Castle Castello Izzalini visit or other press releases contact:
Vincent Sandford
Via E. Divini 28
San Severino Marche (MC)
Telephone: +39 0733 645233
Mobile: +39 334 990 3687

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