This former farmhouse with a plot of land of 8,350 sq. mt. is only a few kms from the Adriatic coast and within 5 minutes driving distance from Lapedona, a very nice medieval village in the province of Fermo.
The property is South facing and is located in a private yet not isolated spot. It enjoys a beautiful panoramic view over the countryside and the sea.
The house is surrounded by olive trees and cypresses. It is built on two floors for a total floor area of 414 sq.mt. Ground floor (270 sq.mt):
stables, storing rooms and cellars. The first floor (farmer’s house) is accessible through a typical external staircase with bread oven and has a floor area of 144 sq.mt. + a terrace of 62 sq.mt.
The house also has something very rare, that is two majolica tiles compositions, one next to the stables for blessing the animals and one next to the house door blessing the family. Two more examples of such majolica tiles can be found in two other farmhouses in the same area belonging to the same owners.
Water and electricity on site, to reconnect.