Casa Gina is located 3.5km from the historic centre of the fifteenth century, typical Marchigiani town of Corinaldo. This is a fortified town with about circa 5000 inhabitants and offering all the necessary daily facilities.
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.
A house under construction in a quiet and not isolated location with breathtaking view on a small quiet village, the surrounding countryside and the Apennines. The shell of this house is ready and can be finished according to your needs.
A freestanding townhouse, located in a small hamlet located at the foot of the Monti Sibillini Park, between the medieval hilltop towns of San Ginesio and Sarnano.
A large house with circa 260m2 floor space and a small garden and courtyard. There is also an annex consisting of an oven and storage room.
Casa Bonafazi is located in “Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini” and above the town of Amondala. This town is also called the gateway to the Monti Sibillini. The house is offering spectacular views on Amandola and the Mountains.
Casa Alighieri is a lovely house constructed in bricks and stones. At the moment it is so-called builders finished using the features and materials of the original construction like the original oak beams and local stones.
Borgo Colmurano is located in the historical centre of Colmurano. This townhouse with a total floor area of circa 120m2 has been partly restored. It is possible to finish the house with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, roof terrace and balcony.
Casa Cappelletti is in fact a flat, palazzo, with two apartments on the upper two floors and a large storage/garage on the ground floor. This rather modern building has been constructed in 1980. It is structurally sound; the top floor apartment has been finished and is habitable. The apartment on the first floor is ‘builders finished’ and the storage/garage area is one open space that could be used for another third apartment.