Exclusive old farmhouse near Fermo, in Torre di Palme, very close to the sea. The house was totally renovated about fifteen years ago with quality materials. The property, which is accessed via a large automatic gate, is fenced with laurel trees and is surrounded by vegetation which includes 30 young olive trees (about 20 years old), about ten ancient olive trees, elm trees, oaks, palms, various fruit trees and a beautiful vegetable garden.
The entire property is spread over three terraces for a total of 4 000 sq m of land. On the property there is a natural source of water that is very useful for irrigation and domestic use and there is a beautiful flat area prepared for the construction of a fixed or mobile swimming pool.
The villa, consisting of two floors of 125 square meters each, is divided as follows:
Ground floor: living area with ceiling with wooden beams. Fireplace, built-in kitchen, bathroom with shower and window and double bedroom. Veranda of about 50 sq m.
First floor: large bathroom with tub, double bedroom, closet and very large bedroom with two entrances which therefore can be divided into two double bedrooms.
On the property there are also two smaller storage buildings, with a total area of 45 sq m. The seller reports that there is an opportunity to build more on the property. This can be investigated by our technicians in case the buyer is interested in building out.
* 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.
Read more here about the difference between Cadastral Area and actual Surface Area.