A farmhouse totally immersed in nature, ideal for a lifestyle…
Cingoli, Macerata, Marche, 62011, Italia
Farmhouse with swimming pool in Cingoli, or more precisely, a stunning stone farmhouse located on a beautiful hilltop, where the property’s garden and large central lawn is idyllically framed by a ring of mature trees.
The farmhouse has been completely restored, in accordance with all the prevailing anti-seismic regulations, and extends over three floors: ground floor, first floor and attic space.
The farmhouse is two minutes from the local village where there are ample shops and services, five minutes from Cingoli, and twenty minutes from the provincial capital, Macerata.
Cingoli is a truly beautiful town, known here as ‘the balcony of the Marche’ due to its situation at about 600 metres above sea level, giving it enviable panoramas of the entire region from north to south, extending as far as the Adriatic coast. It’s a very well maintained and distinctive place, with a charming and attractive old-town area.
Cingoli boasts the Church of San Domenico, where you can admire the spectacular “Madonna del Rosario” by Lorenzo Lotto, and many other beautiful seventeenth-century mansions, some of which belong to the Papal nobility.
Casale Pietrantica was built by the skilled stonemasons of Cingoli, famous for their sublime workmanship that equally respects local building traditions and architecture.
With a total area of around 250 square meters, it has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a large double-sized living room with fireplace, dining room with fireplace, fully equipped kitchen, study, storage room and garage.
Complete with outdoor terrace where you can eat al fresco while soaking in the surrounding landscape and views. Well-maintained lawn with an irrigation system, and a 13×6 metre swimming pool.
Automatic gate, fenced garden of about 3000 square meters.
Mains water, electricity and LPG heating.
Access road in excellent condition.
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