Casa Bramasole: Yet Another Stunning Umbrian Villa

Casa Bramasole: Yet Another Stunning Umbrian Villa

Umbria, Italy is known for its gorgeous landscapes—it is even called il cuor verde d'Italia (the green heart of Italy) —but if it were not, it should be known as the home of Casa Bramasole. Hundreds of years ago, Casa Bramasole was a farmhouse, but all that changed as recently as 2004 when it was renovated and transformed into a gorgeous manor house. The local craftsmen entrusted with this ambitious project followed strict regulations to ensure that as much of the original character has been preserved.The result: a stunning recreation of the Italy of old—with some modern twists thrown in.

The house also features a pool heated by solar panels. Dug into the mountainside, it features a fantastic view of Lake Trasimeno while almost invisible from the terrace of the house.

The interior is a graceful mix of the old and the new. Original brickwork and exposed beams meld seamlessly with modern furniture.

A manor house cannot be complete without a fireplace of course, and Casa Bramasole is not lacking in that respect. The exposed brick is a great backdrop for the main living area which also features leather couches and an antique desk loaded with books.

The Boffi kitchen, on the other hand, is state-of-the-art. Graced by a majestic arch, it is a reflection of Italy's long and delicious history of great food. Anyone can be a master chef in this kitchen.

It even features a pizza oven to create that holiest of Italian dishes

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