Borgo Felici presents a stunning opportunity to acquire an entire hamlet, complete with main palazzo, farmhouses and outbuildings. This would make an exciting restoration project suited to any kind of rural tourism development or complex of residential homes. Situated in over 23 hectares of farmland in the Le Marche region, yet only 3 km from a historic small town, the property is ideally positioned to enjoy both the Sibillini mountains and the Adriatic coast.
The jewel in its crown is undoubtedly the main building, a traditional eighteenth-century palazzo with frescoed ceilings, where the stables on the ground floor housed the estate’s horses, and there was also a well-furnished wine cellar with large oak barrels.
The adjacent buildings were once home to the numerous farming families who cultivated the land on the estate, which included not only the vineyard, but also a varied orchard with peach, pear, and plum trees. Over the years, the trees were uprooted to clear the area for arable land, however, and with the advent of mechanization the houses were gradually abandoned.
The farm is bordered on the west by the river Tenna, which attracts both local fishermen and anglers from further afield, while at the centre of the property and surrounded by vegetation, there is a small artificial lake created from the remains of an old gravel pit from the 1970s.
The property also includes a gentle, wooded hill, rich in conifers and trees from the cypress family, with a dense undergrowth where primulas, violets and wild asparagus grow. The property is reached by a farm track that crosses the estate diagonally.
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