This property still has a rural touch but it is at walking distance from the town centre. The attraction of the house is the many terraces, all facing south, each with a peaceful view on the undulating hills and historical hilltop towns like Monte Vidone.
The top terrace, on the second floor, has an automatic awning which gives enough cover for enjoyable lunches and dinners a fresco. Both the kitchen and living room have French doors for easy access to this terrace.
The mature garden, circa 1200 square meters, contains i.e. lavender, rosemary and walnut trees.
On the top floor you will find two bedrooms; one is the master bedroom with en-suite shower, washbasin and toilet.
On the first floor is the main entrance at street level. Here you will find a cosy and classic living room with a fireplace, the well equipped kitchen and the family bathroom with bathtub, shower, washbasin and toilet. The living room and kitchen have access to a terrace with a view!
On the ground (lower level) is a larger terrace which is partly covered by the terrace above. On this level you could entertain a larger group; it is perfect spot for an Italian styled bbq. On this level are one bedroom with an en-suite shower, washbasin and toilet and a storage/spare room. Both rooms give access to the ground floor terrace.
Below this level is the third terrace with a swimming pool measuring 9 by 3 meters and with Roman steps.
There is a washing machine. There is a TV, but only for playing DVDs. It is not connected to any broadcasting service. Wi-Fi/Internet is available and no password is needed.
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Beautiful, varied landscapes, fantastic beaches, mountains, the hospitality, the good wines, the varied kitchen, the Mediterranean climate and the large cultural supply: The reasons, why Italy ranks for decades among the most popular destinations, are as variously as the country.
It seems almost unbelievable that this popular vacation target has to offer still another region, which has all advantages of Italy in itself united and nevertheless overcrowded nor spoiled by the mass-tourism still unknown here.
Many small places with outstanding restored old towns and various festa's in the summer (e.g. San Ginesio, Sarnano, Servigliano, etc). Macerata with its opera arena, Ascoli Piceno with its antique market, and many more.
And when you need a break of this all you just laze away at the pool.