Castello di Postignano is a picturesque medieval hillside village overlooking the dramatic and untouched landscape of the Nerina Valley in Umbria, an area rich in culture and history. Just half an hour from Spoleto, Foligno, Norcia, Cascia, Spello, Montefalco, Bevagna and the natural park Monti Sibillini, for centuries this traditional Italian castle town has enjoyed a strategic position within the region. Today it continues to fascinate and enchant its visitors, as it once did the famous and revered America architect and photographer Norman F. Carver Jr. who described it as ‘the archetype of Italian hill towns’. A brand new range of show apartments are now available for viewings and for overnight stays on a try-before-you-buy basis. The properties demonstrate the lengths which have been gone to in order to bring the properties within this historic borgo back to life. Furnished in a vareity of styles the properties are all unique in size and layout and show what living within a 1,000 year old borgo would be like.
latest release: 19 April 2018