La Casa delle Noci is an extremely large traditional farmhouse with a separate outbuilding nestled in over 20 hectares of its own walnut woodland planted for timber, in a secluded spot among the rolling hills of the Le Marche region. Its panoramic position enjoys sunset views of the local medieval hilltop town, and Monti Sibillini National Park beyond.
In its present state the main house consists of stables on the ground floor and living spaces on the first and attic floors, providing a total area of over 660 sq m. The main building is currently in an extremely poor structural state and requires total restoration or, if preferred, demolition and rebuilding, with the recovery and reuse of some of the original onsite materials where possible. It would therefore present a wonderful opportunity for anybody wanting an exciting architectural design project for a large family residence with ample space for holiday rental apartments, any kind of rural tourism development, or residential study courses.
A small outbuilding provides an additional 35 sq m, perfect for the creation of a separate cottage, garage, or even a woodland craftsman’s workshop, given the plentiful supplies of walnut, an exceptional cabinet and furniture making timber.
Both properties are situated on a large single plot immediately surrounding the properties measuring 2,370 sq m – the perfect size for creating a private garden area.
The property is only a 20-minute walk or 5 minutes by car to the local town centre, while the Adriatic coast and its seaside resorts is less than an hour away.
Asking price: €250,000
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