In the historic town of Amandola, within the Sibillini National Park, lies an ancient building to restore, located just a few steps away from the main piazza.
Built on the castle walls of the historic center with an adjoining garden, the property is primarily South facing, commanding panoramic views of the Sibillini Mountains with easy road access.
It is spread over two adjoining buildings. One originally used as a warehouse and stables, the other (older) being the main dwelling with splendid stone ashlars and exposed wooden beams.
The total area of the property is approximately 200 m2. Skilled, sympathetic restoration, could transform this unique building into a single home or two independent units such as an art studio or exhibition space, for example.
With the castle walls acting as the perimeter to the surrounding vegetable garden, this may even deter an invading snail.
All main utilities can be easily connected to the public network.