Casa lo Smeriglio, which takes its name from a local falcon, is a milestone in the restoration of farmhouses in the Region. High up in the Marche hills, this house has a sumptuous interior matched only by the vast panorama that it dominates. Although the house is recognizable as a restored Marche farmhouse with its stone and brick walls and outside staircase, the interior is stylish and contemporary rather than rustic. The very spacious rooms also point to a interpretation that is more luxurious than authentic. The house has been built on a gentle slope so that the four levels are divided by only a few stairs. The main building covers about 450 sqm and includes 2 reception rooms, a hall, a dining room, a family kitchen with larder and prep room, a spa area (sauna and Turkish bath for 5), 3 large double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, walk in wardrobe and small sitting room and a laundry room. There is under floor heating throughout and there is a high tech central control touch panel for all services. Further to the main house is a restored annex that is a garage on the ground floor and bedroom and bathroom on the first floor. There is also a 50 sqm garden shed built into the hillside that could be converted into further residential rooms as well as another 70 sqm ruin also in the grounds. Acting as a backdrop to the house is a very well maintained terraced garden with a 12m x 4m pool. The property extends to 2 Ha with mainly lawns, terraces, olives and oaks and a natural spring.