Nearest Town – 1 Km. The Sea – 15 Km. The Mountains – 39 Km.
This alluring rural property, originally a typical Marche old brick farmhouse, is to be restored. The two storeys along with its sizeable one storey annex would provide sufficient space to create a fine three bedroom Marche house. Despite being a ruin it would provide a wealth of valuable building materials, old bricks, roof tiles and terracotta floor tiles all of which contribute substantially towards any projected building costs. It is always possible for projects like these to get concept drawings and indicative renovation costs. The plot provides space for a good size garden with pool and enjoys a very tranquil location with uninterrupted views of the Marche countryside and at the same time maintains an intimate feeling. The location also is well positioned for access to the mountains and the coast. The house is only a short walk to an exquisite hamlet famous for its hospitality, for “vino cotto”, a speciality of this part of Le Marche, and host to an annual wine festival. It is steeped in history with pre-Roman origins but was given a major “face lift” in the Seventeenth Century, which is reflected in its architecture. Conveniently it is very close to one of the liveliest towns in the area which offers a good range of everyday essential shops as well as artisan food and wine producers. There are good bars, wine bars, a choice of restaurants and a theatre with a cultural programme of events.
This project would provide the perfect Marche holiday home or permanent residence for anyone wishing to relocate to Le Marche.