Authentic restored hamlet at quiet location not far from the Apennines with a fantastic and beautiful panoramic view. The hamlet is built entirely in stone. The walls, floors and roofs are entirely renewed at high quality standards. The individual buildings can be finished to your taste. The spacious main building of approximately 300m2 consists of […]
A newly build and builders finished villa with a breathtaking view on the Sibillini Mountains for sale in Le Marche. The property consisted of a villa with a tower (157m2), a large basement (220m2) a “belvedere loggia” (31m2) and a terrace of 25m2. Furthermore, there is an unfished swimming pool of 5 by 12m. The […]
The owners of Casa Bello have completed a good portion of required major restoration works. Some of that work remains to complete, but this is nothing like a house needing full restoration. Note, too, that the owners have all documentation that shows works already completed. What remains at Casa Bello is the final bit of […]
This property was first an old church, later converted to a mill and is part of the Ospedale dei Pellegrini (13th cent.). Restored in 1456-57, when the loggia was also added, the building has preserved its Romanesque façade.
This is a unique development with a unique asking price. The two house are very well and solid restored until builders finished state. It is up the prospective owner how to finish the property.
Sante Croce consists of three partially restored building, e.g. restored roofs, with a total floor space of 490 sq.m. (320 + 90 +80). The layout of the buildings is challenging due to the steep differences in altitudes and large mature trees.
Castello Marchese del Colle dates back from 1500. The restoration process started in 2007 and now it is nearly builders finished. The total floor space is circa 330 square meters.
If you are looking for a beautiful home of substance, you really should see Villa Contessa a property, of about 350 square meters, which is set in an unspoilt, hilly landscape of great beauty near Camporotondo.
Casa Gnoni is in 1991 thoroughly restored preserving the original details from the original buildings from 1546.
The property has beautiful traditional oak beamed ceilings and three fireplaces.
Casa La Chiocciola comprises two independent Italian houses built in the second half of the 19th century, about 0,5 hectares of garden, plus project and permission to build a third house if needed.