5 bedroom village house for sale
Italy - Le Marche, Macerata, Pieve Torina
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- Proximity to the Sibillini Mountains
- Central location
- Quality of restoration and finishes
- Stone cellar
- Potential for use as a B&B
Villa Sibillina is a period village house with garden, located in the heart of the historic centre of Pievetorina and enjoying the proximity of the Sibillini Mountains.
The property has been recently restored to a high standard and is immediately habitable. It offers circa 200 sqm of living space on two floors, plus a 100 sqm basement, currently used as a cellar, made entirely of stone and divided internally by arches and pillars.
On entering the ground floor of Villa Sibillina, on the left one can find a large lounge encompassing three open-plan areas: the kitchen with fireplace, the living room and the dining room. On the other side of the corridor are the study and a downstairs bedroom. On the same floor are also a bathroom and a cloakroom. Upstairs, there are four large bedrooms and a bathroom on the landing.
To the rear of the villa is a fully-fenced 250 sqm garden, featuring centuries-old pine trees and Mediterranean scrub, where to sit outside with the children before the first snow falls.
The residence is located in the historic centre of the village, near the Cathedral and in front of the main bus stop with daily trips to and from Rome.
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Besides being a comfortable and spacious family home, Villa Sibillina offers a lot of potential for a combined residential and tourist accommodation use - particularly as a B&B - for its proximity to popular tourist attractions such as the Sibillini Mountains and National Park, for the number of rooms available, and for its convenient position in a picturesque village in the magical scenery of the Marche-Umbria border.
Pievetorina is a village in the high Chienti valley, interesting for its art, history and landscape. In the square there is the Romanesque parish church of Santa Maria. Of the original structure there remains only the apse with mullioned window with one light and the bell tower. Inside there is a detached fresco attributed to Cola di Pietro and a panel by Giovanni Andrea De Magistris (1540). In the square there is the Romanesque parish church of Santa Maria. Of the original structure there remains only the apse with mullioned window with one light and the bell tower Inside there is a detached fresco attributed to Cola di Pietro and a panel by Giovanni Andrea De Magistris (1540).All the outlying wards are in an enchanting landscape, suitable for pleasant walks, and they contain artistic treasures of great interest. The church of S. Angelo of Prefoglio Hermitage built in 1148. The unfinished church of S. Maria of Caspriano is surrounded by woods. Appennino is a picturesque medieval village with a concentric structure that you enter by a XIV century portal. The Museum of our Land founded in 1975, illustrates the rural and pastoral life, and it has a great anthropological and folkloric interest.