Farmhouse nestled in italian hills
DescriptionMagnificent villa born in 1700 as a hunting lodge and later expanded in 1800 to turn it into a manor house. Restored in 2005, it has maintained its original features, such as the typical structure in local stone.
It is located in the lovely town of Acquaviva, five minutes from the town of Cagli, Marche typical medieval village, 50 km from the Adriatic coast and 150 km from Bologna.
The beautiful villa in the Marche countryside is spread over two floors plus the basement and has a floor area of 443.7 square meters. The first floor features large windows which makes the room very bright, is divided into seven large rooms, four rooms, a kitchen and a dining room, in addition to the large atrium. Outside is located in a traditional bakery and a woodshed. The second floor is composed of 8 rooms, six double bedrooms, a large living room and in the center a large hallway that connects the various rooms.
The property is surrounded by a garden of 4000 sqm. Its extensive grounds, in front of the villa, overlooking spectacular views of the Marche countryside from which you can see the mountains Catria Petrano and Nero and is adorned with large old trees and countless plants that make the atmosphere in spring colored and fragrant. The small back garden, almost a "secret garden", has a small shed, an old wood stove and a small chapel adorned with a magnificent 1700's antique rose.
The exposed wood beams on the ceilings, even in the basement, making the atmosphere warm and traditional.
The old wood stove, renovated but never deprived of its old customs, it is absolutely functional to cook the typical dishes of the Mediterranean tradition.
The large front garden, from which you can admire the majestic Mount Catria and small hill that houses the Castle Gable, welcomes an expanse of color in spring and allows a complete rest under the shade of large oak trees.