FOR SALE Project for Restoration / Modernisation
Piane di Falerone Fermo Price: €250,000
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Stunning big farmhouse with original features at Piane di Falerone with all essential services connected and large outbuilding.

An external staircase leads to a loggia (covered gallery) perfect for dining, with views over the mature trees of the garden and farmland around the house. Interestingly one of the pillars is a genuine Roman one!
The front door opens into a large entrance room with a fireplace and a hallway leading to another 5 rooms with cotto floors, and vintage radiators. One of these rooms has glass doors opening onto the loggia.

The ground floor consists of a range of storage rooms / garage and cantinas ready to convert into living space. The house is approached from a tarmac road from Piane di Falerone, and has its own drive with mature trees and vines. A circular sweep in front of the house has a well in the middle.

The property has an existing outbuilding and a hay loft.

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No longer secluded, but in a growing community with some industry locally, the house is in a good location for a family home, business or restaurant.

Main house - 350 sq metres
Existing outbuilding - 36 sq metres
Volume entitlement of hay loft - 25 sq metres
Land - 3300 sq. metres

Ancona airport is about 1hr away and Pescara 1.5 to 2 hours, both served by Ryan Air from Stansted and also Liverpool. Rome, Rimini or Bologna airports are also within reach.

Fermo, the new provincial capitol, is about 25 minutes away. Its web of streets is lined with medieval and Renaissance buildings. At the top a Romanesque Gothic cathedral. The town also has a first century underground complex of cisterns, the Piscina Epuratoria Romana, akin to a flooded cathedral, to supply the Roman Imperial fleet with fresh water.

Falerone itself lies in the Tenna Valley between the Sibillini National Park and the sandy beaches of the Adriatic coastline. The Sibillini mountains are snow capped for much of the year (ski in winter, hike in summer) and are the stunning backdrop for the natural beauty of this area.

In Falerone you can find the Regional Archaeological Park that protects the remains of Falerio Picenus, established by the Romans in 29 BC. Most of the finest archaeological treasures are in the Vatican museums but several villas and baths as well as a well-restored amphitheatre are worth a visit.

This area of Marche boasts innumerable art towns, Romanesque and Gothic churches, monumental squares, walls and town halls dating back to a time span that goes from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.

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