Historical tower and Church with original Renaissance frescoes and private pool The tower and church of Santa Giuliana is truly an exceptional monument: it dates back to the 12th Century, however one can clearly see evidence of Roman influence. It was part of a defensive system in the middle ages which was controlled by the fortress of Santa Giuliana, that came under the jurisdiction of the Caraldolese Abbey of S. Salvatore on Monte Acuto the highest pointed mountain directly to the west of Monte Corona. The external stone works of the tower, church and building is just amazing. The two frescoes date back to the Renaissance. The Madonna and Child was painted in the early 14th century whilst the Virgin Mary, Santa Giuliana, Santa Lucia and the two other patron saints of Perugia was painted a little later. These two absolutely original paintings will remain in the church, which is now deconsecrated. The property has a total surface of approx. 430 sq. mtr. The main house consists of two living areas with open fireplaces, kitchen, study, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The separate guesthouse is composed of a living room, a bedroom and a bathroom. The property is surrounded by one hectare of completely fenced land with some fig trees, several olive trees, some of which are hundreds of years old. Mains water, rain water holding tank, GPL heating system, alarm system, WiFi, 12 x 6 mtr. swimming pool. Umbertide is just 11 kms away, while Perugia is only 37 kms far. Perugia airport is situated 37 kms away.