This former canonica (priest's house) dates back to the 15th Century and was converted in recent years into a very special family home. The building still retains some of its original character and features, such as vaulted ceilings in the main rooms and especially the ancient cellar, the oldest part of the property. The house is located in the very heart of the historic village of Serra San Quirico and enjoys beautiful views of the Esino hills. It provides circa 194 sqm accommodation (gross, or circa 180 sqm nett, excluding internal staircases) over three floors and five different levels, plus circa 60 sqm cellar on the lower ground floor. The house features a store-room and a cloakroom by the entrance on the ground floor, a lounge with balcony and a study/bedroom on the first floor, the kitchen on the mezzanine/level 3, three bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor, and two bedrooms and a further large room on the attic. The house is immediately habitable. However, as it's being used by the present owners mainly as a summer residence, there's no central heating. The vaulted cellar, structurally restored in recent years and still in its original unfinished state, can be accessed both directly from outside and via an ancient spiral staircase from the store-room. The property is for sale at €180,000.