Just outside the walls of the historic centre of the beautiful town of Servigliano, a famous eighteenth-century town in the province of Fermo, halfway between the Sibillini Mountains and the Adriatic Coast, is a newly built villa with a private garden.
The house stands on three levels with an attic, totalling approximately 350 square meters.
On the ground floor, from the garden level, a few steps lead up to a loggia, and from here, the main entrance opens to a large bright living room next to a study.
A hallway leads to a splendid kitchen/dining room, a bathroom and anteroom. Internal stairs connect the basement and upper floors. The basement consists of a garage, a rustic cellar and a storage room. The rustic cellar is a beautiful room for entertaining with friends. This area can also be accessed externally from the garage.
On the first floor are the bedrooms, linked by a large hallway. These rooms consist of the master bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe, terrace and large marble bathroom. In addition there are two double bedrooms, one of which has an ensuite with a balcony. A large multipurpose room on the attic floor could be used as an additional bedroom or study. Adjacent to this is a laundry room and several storage rooms.
The house was built in 1995 in full compliance with the urban planning rules. The interior spaces are very well designed and fluid. The materials used for the property’s construction are of the highest quality. The interior is finished with refined details including ancient doors, frescoed ceilings, classical wallpaper, marble, terracotta, parquet and wood floors, and many other high-quality finishes.
The villa is sold complete with furnishings, except for some personal items.
The property is equipped with primary connections for electricity (6 KW) and sanitary water service, connection via fibre, heating fueled with natural gas, a pellet stove and air conditioning.
A private well in the garden can irrigate and act as a supply for a swimming pool if required.