Palazzo Farrattini (1,800 sq.mt/ 19,375 sq.ft)is located in the mediaeval town of Amelia, approximately 80 km north of Rome. This typical Renaissance Palazzo was built between 1520 and 1525 after projects of the famous architect Antonio Da Sangallo, known as the successor of Raphael as master of works of the St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. The property is surrounded by 1 hectare of well tended gardens with spectacular views over the Umbrian country side. The ground floor has a majestic entrance hall with high vaulted ceilings and gives access to the Noble Floor through a wide staircase. On the ground floor there are also three kitchens, a TV room, home cinema, a study room, a bedroom, a bathroom. The first floor (piano nobile) features various reception halls and rooms: The most important one, the “Salone del Sangallo”, includes a 15th century fireplace. The “Salone degli Imperatori” is decorated with a exceptional grotesque paintings dated 1770. “The Cardinal hall” and has a marvelous antique red Damasque tapestry. 4 bedrooms (3 with ensuite bathrooms) and 1 bathroom complete this floor. The 2 top floors are still to be restored, ideally for staff and for further guestrooms, as well as the basement, which features a Roman mosaic which goes back to II century A.C and which has high vaulted ceilings.