This medieval fortification located in the handsome heart of Monte San Martino’s historical centre is a small jewel of architectural and historical interest.
The Tower would have been part of the Castle’s system of defences, and over the years modified into a dwelling, more recently renovated and transformed into a small but precious Summer holiday home.
The Tower rises over the highest point of the village, offering a bird’s eye view scenery of the valley beneath and the undulating hills beyond that guide the visual onto the Monti Sibillini. A panoramic view reminiscent of the sceneries created in the paintings by Leonardo Da Vinci.
The thick walls are a throwback to its structural defence origins, nowadays containing a dwelling arranged on three levels. The ground floor entrance from the Piazza leads onto the living room and a cloakroom. An ancient stairway leads to the other two floors. The lower ground floor houses the kitchen with french doors opening onto the private garden with magnificent panoramic views. The top floor has a large en suite master bedroom commanding amazing views from all the windows.
The garden is delimited and contained within the ancient fortification ramparts, and comprises terraced levels which overlook the magnificent rock where once stood the ancient castle.
All essential utility services are connected and functional: electricity, water, septic system and central heating.