This manor Villa Margherita in Recanati was built in the Nineteenth century and is surrounded by a stunning park. The property is located in one of the hills of Recanati, 114 meters above sea level and less than 5 km far from the beaches of Porto Recanati and the Conero Riviera.
Villa Margherita in Recanati is in a panoramic position, you can look over the Adriatic Sea on the north-east side while on the south side you can look over the Apennine mountains in a very quiet and secure area.
Villa Margherita in Recanati was renovated in 1976, it used to be the manor house of Counts Lucangeli. The property was enlarged on two sides, which were porches then walls were built together with large windows overlooking the sea.
The villa’s façades are made of bricks, a typical characteristic in Nineteenth century houses, with prestigious outdoors and indoors features. The outbuilding were renovated as service areas for the main house (garage and storage rooms).
Main villa is 750 square meters
Outbuildings are 120 square meters
The real estate is composed of:
The ground floor covers a surface of averagely 330 square meters, a large entrance hall with a staircase, sitting room with marble fireplace, a large living room overlooking the sea composed of a second sitting room and dining room and relax area.
A second dining room close to the kitchen and another sitting room with TV area and games room. Kitchen on two rooms and storage room, with access to a small porch with laundry area. Study room with bathroom. Staff bedroom with pertinent bathroom. The living area’s flooring is in cotto tiles with large and bright rooms overlooking the park.
The first floor covers a surface of averagely 165 square meters. You can get to the first floor by the staircase on the ground floor, with a sitting room with library and a fireplace in the center of the room, two balconies over the park. On the left there are two bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, passageway, on the right there is a third master bedroom with wardrobe, dressing room and bathroom.
The second floor covers a surface of averagely 165 square meter. You can get to the second floor by an independent entrance but also by the indoors staircase. There are two bedrooms with bathroom and wardrobe. Sitting room and patio, a small kitchen with passageway.
The underground floor covers a surface of 90 square meters, with two entranceways, from the outside and from the kitchen, with a passageway, laundry room, storage room, three closets and technical room.
The park covers a surface of averagely 6000 square meters, with tall trees including a two-hundred years old sophora tree and centuries-old oak trees and holm trees. You could add a plot of arable land covering a surface of 27.000 square meters, with 80 olive trees, the driveway is evocative with some olive trees on the side.
There is also another plot of land of 21.000 square meters that you could buy, including a farmhouse (the local “Casa Colonica”) with outbuildings that could be used as dependance. The buildings cover a total surface of 325 square meters, with agricultural outbuilding to renovate and turn into a house. The villa is located in a very secluded position, far from other houses and noises. This is a very rare situation on the Adriatic coast.
On this section of the plot of land you can also request an authorization to build a house that is actually far and invisible from the main villa.
Villa Margherita in Recanati is a real pearl, since it is difficult to find such real estates on the coast, easier on the backcountry, full of history and a soul of its own, in a panoramic position, exposed to the gentle breeze from the sea during the summer and a mild climate during the winter, and also a very valuable park with centuries-old trees.
Recanati is a stunning city, hometown of our national poet, Giacomo Leopardi. His aristocratic house, with a famous library can be visited every day. It is also hometown of famous tenor Beniamino Gigli. His famous palladian-style villa and surrounded by a park can be seen from Villa Margherita.