The castle of Titignano was built by Farolf of the Montemarte on 937 A.D.. The Montemarte Family of French origins came to Italy after the arrival of Ludovico II, king of France. The ancient building was contended for a long period between Orvieto ( Guelf) and Todi ( Ghibelline). Between XVI and XVII Century it became a big Palace with a small village ( the court). In 1830 Prince Don Tommaso di Filippo Corsini from Florence bought it at an auction from Pontifical State that confiscated the estate from the powerful Montemarte family. The current heir is Marchesa Nerina Corsini Incisa della Rocchetta. She is the owner of many estates that make a big farmhouse: Titignano along with the farms of Salviano and Vaglia.