Sourrounded by the countryside of Treia, province of Macerata, semi-detached house developed on 3 floors. There is a land with the property of approx 22000 sqm ,the land it’s extremely well maintained and enriched with ornamental plants and olive grove.
Ground floor: kitchen, living room with fireplace, bathroom, storage rooms.
First floor: three bedrooms a and a bathroom.
Second floor, an attic room,.
The house is in good structural condition but needs, surely the building needs all the internal restoration that involves new layout, new wiring, plumbing, heating, floors, bathrooms , windows and doors but the purchase price allows it all to be done within a fair and advantageous cost, cost that even in a period of a very slow market justifies the investment because the location of the building makes it interesting for the local market.
This estate is located in a panoramic position with views of suggestive landscapes and surrounded by olive groves.The property has an easy access from the provincial road and water and elettricity connected
Casa Campanile, it's a restoration project with ALL the hard work done. The house benefits from extensive (180º) views of the surrounding hills and the bell tower of Morico with views of the medieval town of San Ginesio. An opportunity to acquire an almost finished renovation project with the advantage of all the expensive work (plumbing, electrics, dual source Vulcano/gas heating, etc) being completed. The remaining work would permit the purchaser to put their own identity into the building.
Traditional brick built farmhouse in the countryside of Loro Piceno located on the hillside that slopes gently towards the east, and enjoys the views of hills of this part of the Region, still intensely cultivated by local farmers that contribute to give to the countryside that characteristic patchwork cultivations.
This is one of few examples remained of a raw earth house. These buildings represent a cultural architectural heritage in this part of Italy , Le Marche, that shows the face of a local identity and that is also a testimony of an antique art of building that must be preserved.
The common typology of these houses were two floors with a generally external masonry stair. The floor system is composed of a series of timber beams and joists covered with a layer of tile elements. The roof, covered by tile elements, is sloped, usually with the presence of a primary and secondary timber beams.