The Sea – 24 km. The mountains – 31 km
This is a great little town property in Le Marche, not only from the point of view of the house but also its price. It is not difficult to find interesting town houses but rarer to find one with a roof with a Marche view.
The house has a good sized semi-basement which dates from its medieval origins and is currently being used as storage space but was previously a garage but could be easily converted into further habitable space. From the basement there is also an intriguing brick vaulted grotto that partly runs beneath the historical centre of the village. The ground floor can be accessed from a small internal staircase from the basement that arrives at the kitchen. However, the main entrance to the house is on the ground floor where you enter from a quintessentially charming village street, very typical of these pretty Le Marche hill top towns. Once inside the arrangement is quite open plan with a large living/dining room, an open fire place and a pizza oven both of which are hot-air vented to assist the central heating system. For a town house this is an unusually light and airy room as during the renovation of the property the widow spaces were increased. Stairs lead to the first floor where there a two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a bathroom. A secondary set of stairs lead to a roof terrace where you can take in a great view of the towns roof tops and the surrounding countryside as far as the Adriatc Sea. This is a real bonus for a town house.
The village is one of the liveliest in the region where it is not only possible to find all amenities but also three of the most reputable restaurants in the locality. It is situated in a well known wine producing area and hosts a very popular annual wine festival. The geographic location is perfect for access to both the mountains and the coastal resorts.
This property in Le Marche is immediately habitable.