A small but very pretty house for sale of about 35sqm which is ideal as a holiday home in Le Marche. It is situated near the popular resort of Porto San Giorgio (province of Fermo) and is only 5 minutes from the sea with "gold sandy beaches".
Le Marche Properties and Accommodation
Le Marche is the up and coming region to visit or invest in a property. it is a treasure chest of churches, galleries and stunning landscapes – all waiting to welcome you.
Curated by Mariano Pallottini
Flanked by Italy’s majestic Apennine mountains on one side and 111 miles of coastline on the other, the region of Le Marche is adorned with medieval hilltop villages. These are surrounded by undulating patchwork hills where vineyards, orchards and olive groves thrive.
With such a pedigree, it is hard to understand why Le Marche is often overlooked as a property destination in favour of neighbouring Tuscany.
The Marchigiani people have a strong sense of identity encapsulated by a local motto: ‘all of Italy in one region'. This is good news regarding cuisine, culture and history, but less good about the economy, which has fallen into a triple-dip recession. [...]
Nestled in the middle of the spectacular scenery of the Queen Valley and near the Natural Park of San Bartolo, is a unique place to spend an enchanting holiday of relaxation and comfort. Through the entrance gates there is a beautiful parkway, which overlooks a park dominated by many green shades of vegetation with flowers and fruits of multi colours that decorate the landscape.
Inside the residence, also guests are pleasantly welcomed by a relaxed atmosphere that pervades throughout with a simple elegance typical of the most beautiful houses in Italy. The Antica Dimora is therefore the ideal location for anyone who wants to have an oasis of peace within a unique natural fairytale context.
Especially art lovers will find in this lovely country home an excellent point of reference by virtue of its geographical location that puts you within walking distance to beautiful cities like Urbino and Ravenna. At the same time it is surrounded by many ancient villages that dot the Marche-Romagna and retain within their walls a valuable artistic, architectural, history.[...]
In the old town of Camerino, there is a place where time and art join together. Since the beginning of the XVI century the princes Bandini elected it as their residence. There, on 16 June 1717, Marquis Alessandro was born, son of Cornelio II Bandini and the noble Angela Evangelista of Sarnano. The three-floors building, with an internal yard and garages towards Piazza Macolani and via S. Agostino, is rich of marvellous, preciously furnished and frescoed rooms. At the second floor of the building there is a small chapel, consecrated upon order by Pope Clemente XIII in 1762. Residenza Riccioni offers an unforgettable and unique welcome for those who appreciate the signs of the past, the calm of a unique place, between art, nature and history, an exclusive stay for unforgettable moments
This ancient residence is perched on top of one of the many hills characterizin the Marche, it is surrounded by an Italian-style garden and a vast wood. The views are truly charming, they extend over the Cesano valley, stretching from the Appennines to the Adriatic sea.
Here, in this noble castle, Prince Maximilian de Beauharnais, nephew of Napoleon the first, chose to spend his honeymoon after the celebration of his marriage to the daughter of Czar Alexander of Russia.
The inside of the palace was decorated, upon his order, for the important occasion.
The former cellars, built within the bastions of the castle, consisting of spacious galleries with vaulted ceilings, open up to the garden. These refined and impressive surroundings have been restored to bring them back to their ancient beauty.
This restored farmhouse for sale in Marche has been completely and beautifully restored over the course of the last few years.
The main house, which has been divided into 6 separate apartments and the guest cottage has 1 apartment as follows:
All the apartments have been restored in a modern and comfortable style. All the apartments have independent entrances and outside space and all are equipped with kitchens and bathrooms.
The house is surrounded by landscaped gardens with a guest cottage, a pool house and a panoramic pool and has beautiful views of the surrounding countryside down to the sea. In the grounds, the olive grove has been designated a camping area with water, gas and electricity points for 14 tents. The facilities for the campers have located on the ground floor of the cottage. [...]
La Dimora del Borgo in the small hilltop village in the Municipality of Rotella is an independent 400 sqm townhouse on 4 floors. The house is built in local stone and was restored in 2005 maintaining most of the original layout of the house. The rooms are simply decorated and make most use of the sunny position of the house.
The house consists of a cellar, a bathroom and playroom in the basement, a drawing room, kitchen, larder and bathroom on the ground floor and 3 bedrooms, a bathroom and a panoramic terrace on the top 2 floors. The eves can quite easily be converted into another bedroom.
Surrounding the house is a mature and well maintained garden with superb views of the countryside, several fruit trees and a restored woodshed. Local planning would permit the building of a swimming pool within the garden.
Close to the house there is arable land which is kept in good order by a local farmer.
Situated with a commanding view overlooking the ancient town of Tolentino in the heart of Le Marche, Villa Nena has stunning views across the undulating Le Marche landscape from the Adriatic coast to the Sibillini Mountains. Recently restored to the splendour of the original 19th-century building, the restoration has captured the essence of its original purpose, that of a holiday villa for the aristocracy of Turin. The villa with its luxurious accommodation for 10 people sits within a discreet and private level garden with its centuries-old trees and new swimming pool. One intriguing feature of the Villa besides its stunning architectural form is the small private chapel now fully restored.
Covering 3 floors, Villa Nena has 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a wide dining room and 2 living rooms with fireplace. This along with the large balconies and covered loggias.
With its classical elegance and the luxury style of the interiors and furnishings, Villa Nena provides an exclusive location of sophistication and charm surrounded as it is by over 10 hectares of green and lush woodland.
Villa Nena provides for a truly relaxing and luxurious experience of living the ‘Italian dream’: whether as a family holiday or a celebratory event, the stunning location and the attention to detail creates an ambience that captures the true spirit of being a guest at Villa Nena.
What makes Castel di Luco so extraordinary is the fact that castle has barely been altered since the time of its construction in the 1400s. The remarkably well preserved building is also extremely special as it is still owned and managed by the descendants of the original family, which means a lot of pride and love go into maintaining this incredible piece of architecture.
Castel di Luco is nestled in the beautiful Province of Ascoli Piceno in the Italian region of Marche, and the guest suites in the hamlet just below the main castle are all still the original structures which date back to the middle ages. Do not be put off by not staying in the castle itself, as the stunning wood-beamed ceilings and antique beds in the guesthouses provide a thoroughly medieval experience in a wonderfully unique setting.
Castello della Pieve is a characteristic medieval village, set at a height of about 550 metres above sea level in the municipal area of Mercatello sul Metauro in Le Marche in Central Italy.
The village was recently restored preserving its original architectural features: the stone houses, the ancient tower and the little church, which is still consecrated, dominate the beautiful woodland scrub of the Alpe della Luna with their ancient charm. [...]
The Ancient Village of Gallano is a Farmhouse set in a medieval village dating back to the thirteenth century.
The agriturismo offers many amenities for a relaxing stay in full contact with nature in the National Park of Monti Sibillini.
The stone buildings have been restored thanks to a careful process of restoration and now houses the various activities that characterize the village. Guests can stay in rooms and apartments furnished with rustic furniture with TV, mini-bar and, in some cases, to the kitchen. [...]
Villa Lattanzi qualifies as the first charme relais in the Marche region. An antique villa amidst nature on the Adriatic coastline. Enchanting landscapes of sea and private parks; communicating details of charme and timeless prestige. A complexity of elements endows immediate sense of natural wellbeing to the 18 rooms of the villa including the suitable response to disability demands. IT services including Wi-Fi connection for each and every room. Close empathic connection with guests in order to provide tailor-made responses. Hospitality philosophy in keeping with 5 stars sustainable policies. The restaurant on the ground floor of the building with the most authentic flavors of the traditional Marchigiana cuisine offers guests most personalized attention. The wine list at the villa also tells about the richness of the local cultural identity. The restaurant is ideal venue for up to 200 people with moldable areas which can be turned into smaller dinning rooms and sectors. Special celebrations and corporate business meetings find adequate answer. On the top floor of the villa there is spa: hydro massage bath and a Finnish sauna within intimate ambience.
Villa Lattanzi qualifies as the first charme relais in the Marche region. An antique villa amidst nature on the Adriatic coastline.
Tenuta degli Angeli is a stunning 32 acre estate located in Le Marche region of Italy. It features a main house, caretaker’s house and a indoor pool building all totaling 28,632 square feet of living space with a total of 11 bedrooms & 14 bathrooms. Outdoor features include formal gardens, orchards and a pond; all with captivating sea views!
It is listed at €6,500,000.
A 7 bedroom restored farmhouse and guest cottage next to the Sibillini National Park not far from the Umbrian border.
The house is just over 3 km North East of the village of Pievebovigliana in the province of Macerata.. The beach and motorway at Civitanova Marche are about 70 km away and Ancona airport just over an hour and a half away. Perugia is about an hour and twenty minutes by car and the completion of the raod to Folgino in 2015 will cut the time to Perugia by about half. Access is via a short drive and a 750m white road in good condition which is owned and maintained by the local Comune. [...]
A splendid opportunity to invest in an historic grade A estate located in one of the most beautiful, unspoiled and up-and-coming regions of Italy: Le Marche. Set on a prominent hilltop, the property enjoys breath-taking views of the seaside and surrounding countryside. The 5 floor 48 rooms 1671 sq m property with a further 105 sqm of loggias and 269 sqm of terraces, as well as a basement of 721 sq m, is set in 42.500 sq m park which accommodates a magnificent Italian garden, woods, a lake, a swimming pool, and a tennis court with changing facilities. A secondary detached 6 room accommodation with a garage completes this unique real estate. Inside the property offers an astonishing array of rooms featuring period furniture, mosaics, frescos, Carrara marbles, a private chapel, even a roman bathroom fitted with a small swimming pool, billiard room, a big room safe, lift, a sculpture in Carrara marble of Canova school, pictures of ‘700 and ‘800, including two panels of ‘700 from the Pitti Palace in Firenze, tapestries De Carolis, all the ceilings are painted by De Carolis and more important with bucolic scenes in the halls, they are removable canvas and therefore wanting, the wood paneling of company Ducrot in carved and painted wood with silk and brocade French. The property is conveniently located 30 km from the local airport, 4 km from the motorway exit and 6 km from the seaside and the historic port of Numana. This property has been built and was owned throughout his life time by the famous tenor Beniamino Gigli and served primarely as his seaside villa where he loved to entertain his friends [...]
Le Marche in Central Italy are not as well known as nearby Tuscany, but are a hot tip for travelers in Italy. In this region, the British designer Frank Andrew has created out of formerly dilapidated houses a luxurious vacation home. From the outside, Borgo Tranquillo seems to be more traditional, but the interiors are modern loft-style with individually designed accommodations. The resort features four spacious apartments, a villa and a spa. Here you find a lounge with club style ambiance, Turkish bath, sauna and an infinity pool, which seems to extend over the hills of the countryside. The spacious property is home to a maximum of 12 people. This ensures that the Borgo Tranquillo is as its name (quiet place) suggests a place to relax. [...]
See also http://www.borgotranquillo.com/
An idyllic place for a quintessential Italian getaway, the elegant, four-star Hotel Villa Pigna is surrounded by lush vineyards and beautifully manicured gardens, just a short drive from the small and historic Le Marche Town of Ascoli Piceno.
At Villa Pigna, you’ll be able to sample local tipples in the family’s renowned Villa Pigna winery, take in the hillside views from the hotel’s balconies, swing lazily in a hammock in the gardens or tuck into Marche specialities with a side of garden views in the restaurant.
As I walk across the sunny piazza I think how easy it is to feel at home in Ascoli Piceno.
I’m still blurry-eyed when I arrive at the coffee bar, but without my having to say a word, a frothy cappuccino is placed before me, followed by a cornetto filled with a dab of sweet almond paste. The barista, Giuliano, smiles broadly and then chats about the happenings in the neighborhood.
Ascoli is the southernmost city in Le Marche, just across the border from Abruzzo. With 60,000 proud residents, it’s a lively place, with gorgeous travertine buildings and a large but lived-in historic center.
Ascoli is just one corner of Le Marche, a hidden region that offers the classic Italian lifestyle of good food, great wine, and cultural attractions for around $2,000 a month for a couple, and that’s including rent.[...]
An elegant restored 3 bedroom apartment with garden and beautiful views in a busy historic center in the province of Fermo - Marche.
This prestigious apartment is in a historic village centre in the Marche hills about 30 minutes from the A14 motorway and the seaside at Porto San Giorgio. Ancona airport is about 1 hour and 20 minutes away.
There are very many cultural and tourist attractions as well as outdoor activities within a short driving distance.
Access to the apartment is though the main door of the palazzo on the street or via the private garden.
This very well decorated apartment is on sale with a cellar and private garden. The apartment itself is on the top floor and is both luminous and comfortable. The views of the country side down to the sea are outstanding.
The apartment includes a drawing room, kitchen, 2 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a walk in wardrobe and a further bedroom and study on the mezzanine. The cellar, which has a small kitchen, has direct access to the garden that is colourful and extremely well maintained. Here there is also space for vehicles.[...]
UK VS Italy – Who has the best house buying process?!
I thought it would be interesting to highlight the key differences between buying in the UK and buying in Italy having done both in the last month or two. Please note, this is all my own personal experience – perhaps other people have found it a bit easier!
Weighing things up, I think it’s safe to say that my buying experience was a lot less stressful in the UK than it was in Italy. I feel a bit like I’ve been over so many barrels that I can no longer stand upright. Alas the UK property is not set in the Sibilini Mountains.
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The house was carefully restored about 10 years ago and is made up of a 70 sqm terrace, a double bedroom, a bathroom, an open plan kitchen drawing room, a second double bedroom (currently a triple) with an en-suite bathroom and a balcony. This second bedroom has independent access. [...]