This Villa is the perfect example of how you can make a luxury restoration, to be matched with tradition and comforts, in the middle of the сountryside, but not too far from all services. A pergola provides a shaded lounging and BBQ area with the widest panorama of the countryside leading to the spectacular Sibillini mountains in the distance. There is a large “Orto” (vegetable garden inc. Olive & fruit trees) elevated from the rest of the garden by stone walls. In addition to the mature garden, there is a 1 hectare agricultural land, which needs little maintainance and provides full privacy to the property.
The total area of the house is about 304 m² in addition to a loggia and upper terrace for an overall area of 80 m².
The property consists of 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms (three are en-suite) one bedroom which is on the ground floor is used also as study at present.
Adjoining the large kitchen there is the utility room with gas boiler (for heating radiators and water), washer and freezer.
The living/ dining space span the full width of the property and leads out to the large covered loggia, whose shape recalls an ancient monastery serving as an additional entertaining & dining area.
The master bedroom and en-suite bathroom (with his and hers washbasins shower & bath) both lead out to the huge panoramic terrace. There are custom built cupboards providing ample storage throughout.
The dependance (now used as a storage) measures about 20 m² and could easily be an option for an independent living space creating a fifth en suite bedroom, equally this having a spectacular view of its own
In the kitchen:
- two semi professional cookers (one electric with gas burners, one wood burning) from the company De Manincor, who are famous for supplying to luxury homes and high class restaurants;
-custom built light oak furniture, the large central island has a stone work top with incorporated travertine sink designed for an exhibition by a sculptress;
-the kitchen and spacious entrance hall blend together with the travertine stone floor emphasizing both light and space.
In the living/ dining space:
-the stone fireplace conceals the second heating system (wood burning) which also heats the old style radiators and hot water supply;
-the flooring is of handmade terracotta tiles, all ceilings are lime wash painted beams.
The glass mosaic swimming pool is bordered by travertine stone and paved with antique bricks.
The garden with olive trees benefits from an irrigation system sourced from roof water & collection tank.
The construction of the property is to the highest structural standards, with high spec. roof insulation, the latest specifications in double glazing, internal and external shutters. This guarantees high living standards and also a certainty that it will keep the resale value over the years.
Location and nearby infrastructure
The house is located in Falerone (Italian. Falerone) — a municipality in Italy, in the Marche region, in the province of Fermo. The Central part of the city can be called an open-air Museum of architecture. Here is the Church of San Paolino in the Romanesque Gothic style and the temple of San Fortunato. The construction of this building began in the XIII century. The walls inside are decorated with paintings by Vittore Crivelli.