Accompanying post to a feature on May 19th on the Italian Property Portal, Gate-Away.com and the Marche region. This post contains some extra links, documents and phone numbers that I couldn’t fit into the article. There’s a copy of the article and a link to it at the bottom of the piece.
There’s a very useful guide to buying a property in Italy, you can find it here.
What’s on offer in Marche, Italy:
Here are some more complete listings & web addresses for the properties featured in the piece:
What’s on offer:
Apartment in a converted Convent
Ripatransone is a beautiful walled medieval town in the district of Agello. It sits on top of a hill by the Tesino river. Unusually, it has wonderful views to both the sea, 12km away, and the mountains. It boasts Italy’s narrowest street at 43cm wide (that’s about a foot and a half to imperialists). It is also home to the Old Seminary, a sympathetic renovation project of a 17th century convent of the Poor Clares. The building expertly blends traditional construction with modern amenities.
The asking prices start from €280,000 for a 145 sq. m. 2-bedroom apartment. You can find the full listing here.
Restored house close to Ascoli Piceno
Right next to the historic old town of Ascoli Piceno is a fully renovated, 300 sq. m., four-bedroom stone house on 10 hectares of hillside land. It is restored to a very high standard, featuring original stone and timber throughout, and wanting for no mod-cons.
From its wonderfully lofty vantage point you can gaze across the beautiful valley, watching local farmers involved in ‘Moon Phase’ viniculture (yes, it’s a thing, see here).
The asking price for this property is €399,000. You can find the full listing here.
Large Renovated Villa near Offida
Finally, 2km outside the beautiful old hill town of Offida is a very substantial, 635 sq. m. fully restored six bed villa. It is a 6-bedroom, 6-bathroom villa complete with 15m external swimming pool and a separate apartment for guests.
The property includes a garden area of about 7,500 sq. m. with wonderful views, including to the Gothic-style Church of Santa Maria della Rocca. There is also a workshop and extensive ground floor cellar with brick cross-vaulted ceilings.
The asking price has been reduced from over €900,000 to €695,000 to encourage a swift sale.
You can find the full listing here.
You can find a PDF of the full article here and it is included below.
Feature on Italian Property Portal