Le Marche Properties and Accommodation
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Le Marche Properties and Accommodation
Le Marche is the up and coming region to visit with marvellous accommodations or invest in a property. Le Marche it is an incredible place to visit or the ideal location where expatriate because is a treasure chest of churches, galleries and stunning landscapes – culture and nature all waiting to welcome you.
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Best Le Marche Accommodations: Palazzo Riccucci Resort, Montappone

Best Le Marche Accommodations: Palazzo Riccucci Resort, Montappone | Le Marche Properties and Accommodation | Scoop.it

Palazzo Riccucci is a 12 room boutique hotel on top of the historical centre of Montappone with breathtaking views across Le Marche. This recently renovated building has a much loved restaurant, outdoor swimming pool and complimentary WiFi.
The recently refurbished restaurant at Palazzo Riccucci is a relaxed place to eat with wooden floors, painted ceilings and exposed brick walls. Authentic regional dishes are served using local and seasonal ingredients wherever possible and there is an extensive choice of Italian wines to complement the menu.

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Best Le Marche Properties for Sale:Casale Lavanda, Montappone

Best Le Marche Properties for Sale:Casale Lavanda, Montappone | Le Marche Properties and Accommodation | Scoop.it

This farmhouse for sale in Le Marche is ideal solution for family, it's roughly 200 sq metres. The garden is about 1,000 square metres. The garden is terraced with the 9 x 4m pool, tiled sunbathing area and 50 sq metres lawn at the bottom, with trees, grassy banks and flower beds spread across the terraces. Steps with railings lead to the pool area through lavender and rosemary bushes. The garden is surrounded by an Oleander hedge, giving privacy from the road. Parking space for two cars is off the road, under the shade of walnut trees.  There mains electricity and water and are served by a sunken septic tank. Gas comes from a large, liquid storage tank buried in the garden. [...]

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