Historic villa in Lubriano

Historic villa in Lubriano

  • 16 beds
  • 23 baths
  • 2650


  • Bedrooms: 16
  • Bathrooms: 23
  • Total rooms: 85
  • Area: 2650


  • Description:


    A prestigious historical villa dating back to the early 11th century, the Palazzo dei Monaldeschi della Cervara di Lubriano stands in the Valle dei Calanchi, on the border between Umbria and Lazio, in the heart of the ancient medieval village of Lubriano.
    The building, which has a commercial surface area of approximately 2600 square metres, is divided into various rooms for residential use, part for restaurant use and part for receptions and events, as well as service rooms and cellars.

    Inside there are 23 bathrooms, 14 rooms, 2 kitchens, 2 dining rooms, 2 studios, a huge hall, 3 rooms on the ground floor for restaurant use and a bright winter garden, and many other rooms used as services; there is also a lift and a freight lift inside the building. Also part of the property are two cellars, located under the building and with different entrances, measuring approximately 50 square metres and 80 square metres. Outside, there are various terraces on different levels, a swimming pool measuring ml 8 x ml 18, and a well-kept garden complete the property.

    The property overlooks the marvellous Civita di Bagnoregio, known as 'The Dying City'. Originally the village was dominated by a Convent of monks and was inhabited by a small community of labourers and artisans who settled there. One of the most prestigious and representative Orvietan families of the time, the MONALDESCHI della Cervara family, whose coat of arms, consisting of gold Greeks on a blue field, is frescoed in the vault of the entrance to Palazzo Monaldeschi, acquired the Convent and the surrounding wooded area. The hermitage was thus transformed into a small 'country' castle used to house the owners and their court for recreation and entertainment.

    The palace remained the property of the Monaldeschi family for 500 years and retained its original appearance until the 17th century. Paolo Antonio Monaldeschi, the last male heir of the family, decided to completely renovate the palace. He thus entrusted the renowned architect Giovan Battista Gazale from Vignanello, who redesigned it in a Baroque style.

    The palace includes numerous rooms and outdoor spaces, such as the roof garden, to accommodate up to 300 people in the context of a splendid Baroque historical dwelling, ideal for unforgettable receptions. Just to name a few: the Sala Specchi can accommodate up to 140 guests; the Sala Arazzo up to 90; the Sala Tevere, with period paintings depicting views of the Teverina, up to 40; the Sala dei Rosoni, finally, would allow, with a capacity of 50, a total of over 300 guests.
    The Palazzo also includes numerous flats to allow guests to stay immersed in art, tranquillity and relaxation.

    Palazzo Monaldeschi hosts Seminars, Conferences, Concerts, Anniversaries, Private Parties and Receptions of all kinds. It enjoys a charming and panoramic position and, at the same time, an enviable tourist location. Close to the well-known Civita di Bagnoregio, known as "The Dying City", it is at the same time only 30 km from Viterbo, 13 km from Lake Bolsena and 100 km from Rome.

    Contact us to come and visit this prestigious residence and be enchanted.

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