This Marche estate near Arcevia offers an ideal opportunity to purchase a historic property with potential. Manorial villa with private chapel, farmhouses, cantina, storehouses, stables and 36 Ha land.
Marche estate near Arcevia
Panoramic countryside location near Apennine mountainst but only 45 minutes from the coast and airport.
The manorial villa and the private chapel are partially restored.
Farmhouse one is in need of renovation, while farmhouse two has been minimally restored.
The chapel, which is consecrated, likely dates to the 18th century. It features a barrel vault, oval windows and restrained Baroque decorations. It has a single aisle and a simple façade with a stone heterogeneous surface.
It is unclear whether the villa predates or postdates the chapel. Its date can likely be placed between the mid 18th to early 19th century. The property belonged to the Fiumi-Sermattei Counts, one of whom, Pope Leo XII (reigned 1823-1829), is believed to have used it as his hunting retreat. That he sojourned in the villa is confirmed in one of his poems. The building is of stone construction, with large fireplaces, ceilings with wooden beams, and terracotta ceiling and floor tiles. The central upstairs sitting room has a domed ceiling with decorated frescoes under the modern paint. A complete set of well-preserved antique furnishings dating from the 18th through early 20th centuries is included in the sale.
The property is made up of a manorial villa with private chapel, two farmhouses, a cantina, storehouses and stables.
The manorial villa and the private chapel have a total surface of 733 square meters.
The manorial villa has a surface area of 600 square meters and is laid out on two levels plus the basement floor and the attic floor, composed as follows.
Basement floor: two cellar rooms, two store-rooms for wood, and a deep grotta.
Ground floor: two entrance rooms, large dining/utility room, sitting room, eat-in kitchen, pantry, four rooms and a bathroom.
First floor: decorated sitting room with fireplace, six bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Attic floor: attic.
Farmhouse One has a surface area of 400 sqm and is laid out on three levels, composed as follows.
Ground floor: utility and storage rooms.
First floor: pantry, living room, kitchen, bedroom and half bath.
Attic floor: attic.
Farmhouse Two, which includes cantina, storehouses and the stables, has a surface area of 1000 square meters.
Basement floor: extensive cantina once used in the wine-making process.
Ground floor: utility and storage rooms, stables.
First floor: living spaces.
The buildings are surrounded by 36 hectares (or 88.92 acres) of land, of which 4 ha of woodland and 32 ha of arable and grazing land.
TYPE Marche estate near Arcevia. Manorial villa with private chapel, farmhouses, cantina, storehouses, stables and land
CONDITION Partially restored
LOCATION Hilly, panoramic
SIZE 2133 sqm (22,960 sqft)
FEATURES Ceilings with wooden beams and terracotta tiles, fireplaces. Barrel vault, round arch, simple Baroque decorations, antique furnishings.
LAND 36 ha (88.92 acres), of which 4 ha of woodland and 32 ha of arable and grazing land
GARDEN Partially landscaped
ACCESS White road
ELECTRICITY Already connected
WATER Private well + mains water
GAS LPG gas tank
HEATING To be connected
TELEPHONE Already connected + ADSL
Village with amenities (5km; 10’); Arcevia (12km; 22’); Fabriano (22km; ); Jesi (34km; 38’); Senigallia (37km; 45’); Ancona (60km; 1h); Fano (62km; 1h5’); Gubbio (67km; 1h5’); Recanati (68km; 1h15’); Urbino (70km; 1h23’); Macerata (71km; 1h20’); Numana (75km; 1h10’)
Ancona Falconara (45km; 43’); Perugia Sant’Egidio (84km; 1h15’); Rimini Miramare (101km; 1h20’); Bologna Marconi (221km; 2h21’); Firenze Peretola (249km; 2h56’); Roma Ciampino (264km; 3h6’); Roma Fiumicino (281km; 3h21’)