This lovely historic country villa was perfectly resorted and brought to its original splendour. The structure is typical of the beginning of the 1900s and the current owners, make all the internal and external works, respectfully to the original tradition and taste of that time, so that its charm is still untouched.
A lime trees avenue leads to the staircase of the house, that gives appeal and elegance to the property. From all windows, you can enjoy a wide view over the countryside of region Marche and over the park, planted with centuries lime trees and Treia.
The house stands on 3 floors, for a total area of 400 sqm. The basement is characterized by cross vaults. On the raised ground floor, there is the hall, a wide lounge, the dining room, the kitchen, a bedroom (which can also be used as a studio) and a bathroom. On the first floor, there are 3 wide bedrooms and a bathroom.
The property is located just one km away from the city center of Treia filled with Romanesque, Renaissance and Neoclassical architecture. Treia is famous for hosting a traditional ball game dating from Renaissance times called The Challenge of the Armlet, a game similar to tennis but instead of racquets, the players use a device called a ‘bracciale’- a sort of wooden cylindrical spiked glove worn over the hand and forearm.
- Airport: 25 kms
- Treia (city center): 1 km
- Beach: 20 kms
- Motorway: 20 kms