- Italian garden property from the 19thC, with two lovely houses, whose interiors have to be partly finished to buyer’s specifications.
- Set in 5.300 sq mt of garden, with wrought iron gates and a mature hedge all around (plus chance to buy very cheaply an adjacent, beautiful, 16.500 sq mt extra plot of land).
- Nestling in a tranquil rural location overlooking the little medieval town of Camporotondo.
- Main house, entirely rebuilt on new foundations according to anti-seismic rules, is about 200 sq mt and includes 3 large bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a terrific 50 sq mt panoramic terrace.
- Lovely ancillary house of 55 sq mt, in local sandstone, also rebuilt on new foundations according to anti-seismic rules.
- Plan and permission to build a 3rd stone house of about 220 sq mt is included, giving a potential for about 470 sq mt of living space.
- The optional 3rd house could be divided into 4 small apartments, or provide 7/8 rooms for a tourist activity.
- Former manorial residence in a state of disrepair , with ancillary buildings and a private chapel.
- Italian investment property to build private homes or/and an hotel/guesthouse or similar.
- Site at a pleasant altitude of about 500 meter above sea level.
- A restored, delightful, little XVI C. church is part of it.
- Property with two and a half hectares of land.
- Formerly owned by the ancient, aristocratic Ragoni Family.
- With a potential of about 2000 sq mt of buildings.
- Set in a fantastic hilly, rural landscape and mountain views.
- Good, easy access to the vast motorway Italian network, the Adriatic Sea and all Central Italy cities.
- There is also a score of very attractive medieval towns within a radius of twenty miles of the Borgo Ragoni, plus beaches within 30/40 miles.
- We will build your private home or other constructions exactly the way you want.
- The price of the Borgo in its present derelict state, but with all its terrific potential, is €_280.000, while the price of single plots of land and/or of single buildings will have to be negotiated, but it’ll be fair and competitive.
(in its present state)
- Impressive rural 19th Century Le Marche property.
- Over 200 sq mt of bright living space.
- Restored using original materials (terracotta floors and window sills, original roof tiles, wooden beams, etc)
- Completely restored, all services connected and ready to move in.
- Ground floor with 2 enormous reception rooms, one of 40 sq mt and another of 30 sq mt, plus a 16 sq mt service room.
- 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, plus store rooms and walk-in wardrobes.
- Lovely, restored 42 sq mt stone stable, plus sizable bathroom, could be used as independent living space.
- 2600 sq mt of landscaped garden with great views, mature shrubs and structural trees (over fourty of them, including a 200 year old oak and a majestic pluri-secular olive tree).
- The property is accessed through a double wrought iron gate, has a paved area for parking cars and a large wisteria-covered pergola to shade its 45 sq mt, South-facing terrace.
- Beautiful, substantial property with two houses to be completed in the interiors to buyer’s specifications.
- Located in a totally unspoilt, rural setting near Le Marche's Sibillini Mountain Park.
- Properties with living space of approximately 350 sq mt in total.
- Both houses were completely rebuilt according to anti-seismic rules, but using also original bricks, roof tiles and sandstone blocks.
- The larger property, originally built in 1765, is about 280 sq mt.
- The second property is 70 sq mt, with picture windows facing the marvellous landscape.
- The two houses were built in a parkland of about two acres, now a fenced garden with wrought iron gates.
- Large portico on the South side for dining and resting "al fresco".
- Beautiful exclusive approach and a glorious landscape surrounding the property.
- Interesting architectural features, antique stone details and sculptures.
Links to our Italian properties and information on Le Marche region
Beautiful towns and landscapes of Le Marche.
Properties for sale in Italy - Houses of historical importance in a stunning area of Le Marche
We first visited Le Marche by chance a number of years ago and were soon captivated by the tranquility and breathtaking beauty of the landscape. If, like us, you fall in love with Le Marche and wish to own a property in Central Italy to live "la dolce vita", we feel that you should take some time to view our special Le Marche property portfolio.
Our Italian properties are rebuilt according to anti-seismic rules, but adopting also traditional local architectural features and materials, such as sandstone blocks, hand made bricks and roof tiles, timber beams, etc. All that evokes a feeling of historical heritage. Located in the province of Macerata, all our homes in Italy have stunning views and lie in an area of outstanding natural beauty known for it's history, castles, medieval villages and its proximity to the majestic Sibillini Mountains. For more images and information about the latter see Sibillini Mountains and wildlife and Sibillini National Park.
Our Italian properties portfolio
We have Italian properties in Le Marche that have been fully rebuilt, partly using their original materials. One of our houses is ready to move in and nestles in a landscaped garden with mature trees. Our other properties include homes that have been beautifully reconstructed but require a small project to finish the interiors. We have also an imposing Italian villa that, for centuries, was the summer house of the local Conte (Borgo Ragoni). This hamlet is an investment property and now requires a full rebuild.
Looking for Italian properties? - Why you should consider Le Marche
The Italian describe Le Marche as "all of Italy in one region", as it combines landscape, history and culture. It possesses dramatic mountains and rich agricultural lands that carpet the rolling hills down to the wonderful Adriatic coast. The area's beauty is now becoming more widely known and tourism, appreciation of the region, foods, wines and other products are on the increase.
Whilst most of Le Marche is an enchanting tapestry of undulating farmlands and medieval villages, this particular part also benefits from a dramatic scenery, due to its proximity to the National Sibillini Park and the Sibillini Mountains.
Behind the hills, three miles away, a free motorway (SS77) will take you to the Adriatic Sea in 40 minutes and to the International Airport of Ancona or Perugia in less than one hour. Assisi, Spoleto and Foligno too are less than one hour away. If you leave home after breakfast you can have lunch in Rome or Florence, or have a coffee in Saint Mark Square in Venice in mid-afternoon. Many lovely medieval centres are within easy reach. The small town of Camporotondo di Fiastrone is literally minutes away from every property (this town and a few others are described on our local “towns page”). The university town of Macerata , administrative centre of the province, is 20 minutes away, with its shops, museums, theatres and Opera House. Nearby are also the university towns of Camerino (less than 20 miles) and Tolentino (8 miles), with its stunning church of St Nicholas, the fascinating little towns of Sarnano, San Ginesio (both named amongst the most beautiful villages in Italy), Gualdo, Penna San Giovanni, Caldarola, and many more.