Umbriano it's a long since abandoned castle of which currently remains a square tower, surrounded by a group of buildings of the VIII century. Traces of a much older settlement, however, are evidenced throughout the complex.
The village has a pyramid structure, with the tower, situated at the summit, with the walls on the sides of the tower and the building fabric that degrades towards the valley.
The units are developed, primarily, on two/three levels, with the lower floor originally used as a barn or warehouse and the top floor used as a residence of two to four rooms, generally distributed on a single floor, or more rarely on two floors connected by an internal staircase.
There are also the ruins of a small church, which offers the facade towards those who comes from the valley.
Among the various buildings, all rather homogeneous, is distinguished a building characterized by a greater attention to details of the openings and the presence of a sacred image now almost unreadable. Elements that possibly show it as the residence of a prominent personage.
The village is currently in a state of decay and neglect, and it is possible to identify three different categories of buildings, corresponding to different states of decay: crumbling buildings, the remains of which allow, however, a sufficiently exhaustive understanding of the whole; buildings which, while keeping the vertical load-bearing walls, have suffered the collapse of their floors; buildings that have a reasonable state of preservation of the main structures but a general state of disrepair of the complementary structures and of the finishing elements.
THE CASTLE OF UMBRIANO CAN BE SOLD COMPLETELY RENOVATED (ACCORDING TO OUR PROJECT OR A NEW ONE) OR, ALTERNATIVELY, UNDER CURRENT CONDITIONS.