This farmhouse is located in the beautiful setting of the…
62010 Montecassiano MC, Italia
On the background of the Sibillini Mountains (the so-called “Monti Azzurri”), Torre Amena stands out, a group of buildings in ocher brickwork, that during the sunset turn red, making the environment and the sight even more magnificent. This traditional group of buildings is located in Montecassiano, in the province of Macerata and needs to be completely restored, composed of farmhouses that need maintenance works. This is a key factor indeed, since the new owners could reorganize the spaces and its use, in case the property could be turned into a guesthouse or any other tourist facility.
The external structure and the bricks could be restored to unveil their ancient splendor, in compliance with the typical architectural style of the area and the surrounding landscape of the region Marche, this is an evocative and distinctive feature of the location. Inside the property, doors are ancient and could be kept as they are after the renovation works, as an additional distinctive feature.
The whole property “Torre Amena” covers a surface of 1000 square meters, including all the farmhouses. The outdoors area includes a plot of flat land of one hectare, which could be the right place for a new swimming pool or anything else that could be used for outdoors activities and your free time in the open air, for your guests of a tourist facility or also for your family and friends.
A good paved road connects the property; public water and electricity are available near the property.
The nearest town is only two km far from the property and can be reached on foot or by bike. In town, you can have all public services and useful shops, and a larger city is Macerata that is only 15 km far, 10/15 minutes’ drive.
For those who are interested in the seaside areas, the typical and adorable beaches of the Adriatic coast in the region Marche are only 30 km far. For tourists, the airport of Ancona is less than 25 minutes’ drive. A perfect place to enjoy mountains, flatland and seaside!