Casa Ugliano is a splendid retreat with fabulous views on the mountains. This hideaway has been restored in 1990, including a new roof, and the access road has just been recently upgraded. Structurally the house is sound but it requires some renovation works. However, it is not too difficult and not too expensive to convert this property in a lovely family home or even into a small B&B. Converting it in two apartments is also an option.
Robust restored Villa Padronale which is arranged as B&B with five authentic and cozy apartments. The B&B is in a nice hillside with panaramic view. On the 1.7 hectares terrain is a restaurant with veranda and professional kitchen a pool with large sun terrace, fruit trees and a vegetable garden.
This Casale is a typical charming and rustic Marchigiani Country house. The garden of circa 1000 m2 has been completely fenced and there is a private pool of 7 by 5 meters. The total amount of land, included in the price, is 2 hectares. It is located in the countryside, peacefully immersed in the nature but at the same time close to the centre of the medieval town of Mogliano.
Charming, authentic restored farmhouse in a stunning location with views all around and sea view when the weather is clear. The home is constructed of stone and radiates warmth through the application of the original old materials and playful historical ‘grown’ rooms and split level like shape. The house has 3-4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms 2 living areas and an open kitchen. A home for those who appreciate the atmosphere of a original rural Rustico.
Villa 3 km outside the charming historic town of Staffolo in the rolling countryside with fantastic views all around and sea view at a distant. At the ground floor is a separate apartment with a spacious living room, bedroom, hallway, bathroom and kitchen and a covered patio with plenty of privacy. The upper floor comprises a spacious kitchen / living room, two double bedrooms, a luxury bathroom. In the beautifully landscaped garden is a swimming pool, several terraces, a pool house, a covered.
Casa Mochi is standing and large an 19th century farmhouse. According to the owner, an architect, this property appears to be structurally sound. At the moment, the real beauty of the house are the antique bricks which are now hidden under a drab, grey plaster. After a proper restoration the house will look like a charming and imposing Marchigiani country house with an almost golden glow created by the bricks walls at sundown.
Spacious restored villa, originally dating from 1700, with pool and separate guest house. The house is on a quiet, rural, paved road and has the most amazing views of the surrounding hills and medieval towns. On the ground floor is the kitchen, dining room, living room and toilet. On the first floor are three bedrooms and two bathrooms. In the guesthouse there are two apartments respectively two and three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
This property has been lived in till half 2015 but it is in need of restoration. However, it is offering a lot of floor space; the main house is circa 250m2 and the two outbuildings together offer you another 90m2 of floor space. Besides the ample floor space this property is offering another two strong reasons why Casa Marchesini is an interesting proposition; the views are spectacular with an amazing view on San Lorenzo and the Sibillini Mountains and the location is perfect; not too far away from Loro Piceno and the provincial road, easy access, but still private enough.
Casa Nazzareno is nicely located at the end of the road. It is a long structure because it consists of two attached houses. One part is in a reasonable condition and habitable. In fact, not long ago the owner restored the roof and strengthened the structure. The other part is a bit older and needs some more works. It is a charming property because of the different roof parts at various levels and the many corners; it all give the impression of a small hamlet.
Casa Battila is a wonderful well preserved “Rustico” dating back to 1850. The property is in reasonable good condition with typical characteristics of the local country houses; wall made entirely of local masonry brick and ceilings with wooden beams. The house has two floors plus an attic which is usable.