The villa, located on the hill overlooking Tolentino, offers an incomparable panorama that extends from the Marche hills to the Sibillini Mountains and the sea.
The house has been completely restored in full respect of the materials and the original structure and brought back to its ancient splendor. The presence of a small private chapel, also completely restored, makes it truly unique.
Surrounded by 6 000 square meters of flat park with century-old trees and a large newly built private swimming pool, the villa, spread over 3 floors with a total area of approximately 700 square meters, has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a well-equipped kitchen with direct access to the garden, a dining room and two large living rooms with fireplaces. Outside there are two balconies and loggias.
The estate includes about 95 000 sq m of land with about 400 large and in some cases very old trees. On the estate there is also a spring that was used in the past by the Terme di Santa Lucia.
The seller reports that there is an opportunity to build, within the property, about 1 000 sq m of new construction, as this volume already existed and part of the charges were paid by the current owner; moreover, there could be the possibility of building a thermal hotel and spa of 2-3 000 sq m, or small villas with a swimming pool and even a helipad. 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.