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Traditional two-storey stone villa with a garden in Jesi, Marche, Italy

480,000 €
  • Total area
    270 m²
  • Land area
    3,848 m²
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
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  • 2-floor building
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Equipped with household appliances
  • Lots of natural light
  • Quality sanitary ware

Renovated house in a tranquil secluded location with wonderful panoramic views of the Marche hills and half an hour from the sea. The house is surrounded by a fully fenced plot of 3848 m². The area around the house is paved with stone, where you can dine outdoors or sunbathe among the centuries-old decorative olive trees, rose bushes and flowering hedges. The rest of the land is with lawn, vegetable garden, fruit and olive trees.


On the ground floor there is a day zone:

  • spacious entrance hall
  • living room
  • kitchen/dining room
  • cabinet
  • bathroom
  • laundry
  • two pantries

The top floor is occupied by the night zone:

  • two double bedrooms
  • two bedrooms with single beds
  • bathroom
  • spacious room with built-in wardrobe


The house was built at the end of the 19th century, was subsequently rebuilt and refurbished by the current owners and is in excellent condition. The traditional interior decoration of the old Marche country houses, with terracotta floors and beamed ceilings, combined with tiles, creates a cozy and distinctive atmosphere. The fitted kitchen has an excellent stone countertop, the walls and surfaces of the kitchen are tiled with white and red colored ceramic tiles. Large bright bathrooms, tiled with colored ceramic tiles. Solid wood internal and external frames.


The property will be an ideal home in a secluded panoramic location surrounded by nature and close to the sea (half an hour by car). Can be used as a vacation home or rented out for a week.

Location and nearby infrastructure

The property is situated on a hill surrounded by cultivated fields. This is a delightful place with panoramic views of the hills that slope down to the Adriatic Sea.

The nearest village with shops and everything you need for everyday life is Borgo Filottrano (about 6 km, less than 10 minutes by car). A secluded location in nature and, at the same time, convenient in relation to the major cities of the region and the famous sandy beaches of the Adriatic coast: the sea, Jesi (17 km), Macerata (27 km), Falconara (32 km), less than half an hour's drive by car, Numana and Ancona (40 km), about 45 minutes. Just 10 minutes from Camping Verde Azzurro and the water park with swimming pools (including a semi-Olympic pool 25 m x 12.5 m), slides, attractions, hot tubs.

The nearest airport is in Falconara (29 km, half an hour by car), the airports of Perugia (112 km) and Rimini (114 km) are less than an hour away.

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