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.
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.
A newly built house situated in a beautiful panoramic location with stunning views of the Sibillini Mountains and the surrounding Marche hills. The house is in a peaceful, secluded setting on a hill, less than 10 minutes away from the medieval town of Tolentino. On a clear day, the views reach as far as the Gran Sasso Mountain in Abruzzo.
Villa Alberotondo is in principle habitable but it requires some effort to recreate the old grandeur of the villa. At the moment the villa is divided in two apartments and a “sala per feste” with a kitchen on the ground floor. The villa is conveniently located near the provincial capital of Macerata. There are wide views, the owner even created a “viewing point” with views on Macerata and sometimes you can see the blue line of the Adriatic Sea.
Casa Brutti is a good quality builders finished property. The big advantage of buying a property in this stage is that you can finish it in your own style and you have some flexibility in the layout (some supporting walls are indicating the limits of your plans). So, instead of buying a more or less habitable house and start renovating you just continue finishing it without spending money on e.g. breaking down walls. Casa Brutti is ruwbouw af en is zeer goed en degelijk gebouwd. Het grote voordeel van het kopen van een woning in deze fase is dat je het kan afmaken in uw eigen stijl en met een zekere flexibiliteit wat betreft de lay-out. De beperkingen zijn de dragende muren die de grenzen stellen van uw plannen. Dus, in plaats van het kopen van een min of meer bewoonbaar huis en dan beginnen met de renovatie kunt u nu gewoon verder afwerken zonder geld te besteden aan bijvoorbeeld het afbreken badkamers, keuken etc.
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.
This property is nicely located on a small knoll with a view on Treia, Santuario Santissimo Crocifisso and, in the background, the Sibillini Mountains. Casa Crocifisso is easy accessible and only 2km from the nearest shops. The house, with more than 200m2 of floor area, is in a good condition and habitable.
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.