Villa in Fermo located in a panoramic position, facing the river Tenna in the valley below and with a view over hill towns such as Cingoli, Recanati and Monte Conero. The paved road from Fermo passes 120 m from the house and leads along a ridge to an ancient Saracen tower overlooking the sea.
The driveway from the road, lined with olive trees, leads to a gate which opens onto the garden of about 4 200 square meters. A 90-meter avenue paved with antique terracotta tiles leads from the gate to the house.
There is a second entrance that leads onto a driveway lined with olive and pomegranate trees, which leads to a service area. Here there are two small rooms used for garden storage and a space with a rustic gazebo with four varieties of vines. In this area there is an underground cistern for the collection of rainwater and the daily production of the well.
The house consists of two floors:
The ground floor consists of a separate entrance hall equipped with a guest toilet, a large living room, a raised dining room which forms part of the living room, a rustic kitchen with a small pantry, 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, laundry room, a passage room with wardrobe and a fully glazed study overlooking the garden.
The entire floor covers 314 sqm. All doors and windows are in direct connection with the garden.
Outside the living room there is a terracotta terrace of about 35 square meters from which you can see the whole panorama of the hills and the sea while having lunch or dinner. In connection there is another terrace on which there is a gazebo covered with roses.
The upper level of the house is reached by terracotta steps which leads to a terrace of 14 sqm and another entrance. On this floor there is a study, a living room, a rustic kitchen, two double bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
By eliminating the internal connecting staircase, the house can easily be divided into two self-contained units with two separate entrances, one on the ground floor and one on the upper floor.
The original part of the house was built more than 150 years ago, characterized by handmade bricks.
About the area
Six kilometers away from the property is the beach town of Porto San Giorgio, with a well-equipped marina. Ancona airport is an hour’s drive away.
* For greater transparency, the dimensions of the surfaces of the properties indicated on our site are based on the cadastral data retrieved from the Italian real estate register. This measurement includes all covered surfaces of the building, such as perimeter walls, internal partition walls, It’s important to note that the cadastral surface may differ from the actual surface area of the property, as certain areas may not be included, like non-habitable attics or cellars with a height of less than two and a half meters. However, during our checks, through one of our trusted surveyors we will carry out a precise measurement of the property.
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