Situated in the lovely village of Serrungarina, this light and bright, 3 bedroom brick built home is spread over 2 floors with a 5.000 sq.m. land and potential for an accommodation business.
Once a traditional farmhouse built by local farmers, this country home develops on 2 floors divided as follows:
The house was restored with a project for an agriturismo in mind, so a part of the ground floor is occupied by a fully equipped, professional kitchen in steel, a closed veranda of about 60 sq.m. to accommodate guests for lunch and dinner, 2 bathrooms and a storage.
Another part of the ground floor was restored and meant as the living area of the owners with spacious kitchen, living room, bathroom and laundry room.
Here there is the private, sleeping area with spacious master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and step-in closet. The master bedroom has exit out to a lovely, panoramic terrace.
Additionally, on this floor, there are 2 more double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and a studio.
The property was thoughtfully re-modelled and modernized in 2010 to create a cosy place with a welcoming vibe, as well as all comforts and modern features as ventilated floorings, insulated roof and walls, to guarantee maximum salubrity.
The house is equipped with air conditioning in the bedrooms, mosquito nets, professional steel kitchen and solar thermal system for water accumulation.
The property goes with 5.000 sq.m. mature garden. With a separate negotiation, it is possible to buy additional 5 hectares land, with a small vineyard of Bianchello (local wine), an olive grove and a vegetable garden. The plot is extensive and the grounds are mainly flat, so they are good to keep animals, including horses.
Building a pool is possible.
The farmhouse is located in the middle of the countryside, yet not far from lovely Serrungarina, an old medieval town midway between Pesaro and Urbino, rising on the left ridge of the Metauro river.
The position of the house is very quiet but not isolated: there are other typical farmhouses in the surroundings, all very well restored and mainly owned by foreigners, who decided to start a new life in Italy or come to this delightful place to enjoy some relax from work.
From Serrungarina it’s very easy and fast to reach both Urbino (30 min.) – also known as the cradle of Renaissance – and Fano (20 min.) with its long beaches and nice beach restaurants.
EPC Rating: B
Energy Performance Index (IPE): 54,17 kwh/sq.m.*year