This beautiful historic residence, in the heart of the historic center of a beautiful town in Lazio (Civita Castellana), just 50 km from the center of Rome, covers about 1000 m2, arranged on several levels, and is sold complete with furniture and works of art. The Palace, of undeniable noble and historical origins, dates back to the Middle Ages, designed specifically for Pope Paolo IV Carafa. Over the centuries the building has hosted famous people such as Queen Christina of Sweden, the poet Wolfang von Goethe, Lord Byron as well as various popes and cardinals. The dwelling is so composed of various levels, starting from the basement that contains 7 large rooms, all with vaults and carved in the local stone ("tufo") used as a cellar. Surface 200 m2. Going up the level, you reach the ground floor, about 85 m2 large, which houses a private study, a beautiful and ancient library, and a large reception hall. On the Noble Floor, among antique furniture, paintings and furnishings we find 8 large and bright rooms, 3 master bathrooms, a large professional kitchen, 2 bedrooms, vaults and coffered ceilings 6 meters high. Surface 400 m2. In the main room of this splendid floor there is a series of frescoes by Antonio Tempesta (1555 - 1630) and Cavalier d'Arpino (1568 - 1640), the doors are all in Renaissance wood inconiciate in travertine, with original "cotto" floors era. The fireplaces that are located inside this floor are all historical, from the fifteenth century. The top floor comprises, in an area of 100 m2, a living room, a laundry room, a wardrobe, a bathroom and a bedroom, plus a panoramic terrace. This magnificent mansion represents a step forward in history for those who buy it, a pleasant feeling to experience every day.