Property comprising restored farmhouse with guest house next door, measuring around 350 sq.m, plus another restored, ‘undecorated’ farmhouse, surrounded by 1 hectare of private land, with pool. Main farmhouse with large living spaces with fireplace, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, annex with bedroom, bathroom, laundry room and utility areas. Hilly, panoramic location with view of the Sibillini mountains.
I Casali della Sibilla are situated in a hilly, panoramic location, just 1 km from the captivating medieval village of Gualdo with a stunning view of the majestic Sibillini mountains.
Gualdo, within walking distance, is the place to go for daily purchases, while Sarnano (18 km) is around fifteen minutes’ drive away and Tolentino (36 km) is half an hour away.
The property is in a highly convenient location in relation to the sea, with Porto San Giorgio (46 km) and Civitanova Marche (54 km) both less than an hour away.
The nearest airports are Perugia (103 km) and Ancona (106 km).
Description of buildings
The property comprises two restored buildings, measuring around 350 sq.m in total, plus another unfinished house.
The Main House
The main house has three floors.
On the ground floor there is the living area, with the kitchen, dining room and a sitting room with fireplace.
On the first floor, there are two bedrooms, a bathroom and a large living room that could easily be converted into another bedroom.
The master bedroom is on the second floor, with en-suite bathroom.
Next to the swimming pool, there is an annex with two floors.
The ground floor is intended for use as a utility area with a large laundry room, a bathroom and a storeroom for the garden and pool area furniture.
There is a spacious bedroom on the first floor.
The unfinished house
Also included in the sale price is a third building, restored but as yet ‘undecorated’ (meaning it requires internal finishings and appliances) and which could be personalised to the buyer’s taste.
This building has the same measurements as the main house.
State and finishing
The farmhouses’ original structures date from the 1700’s, and have been carefully restored by local craftsmen, using reclaimed and handmade materials such as the original wood beams. The finished houses offer all modern comforts while still maintaining the original features common to traditional buildings of the region.
The third house has been restored but ‘undecorated’ and requires completion with fixtures, appliances, floors, fittings, bathrooms etc.
The private land of around 1 hectare features a large area used as a garden, with the swimming pool in a panoramic location overlooking the valley, and a large car park with access to the wood-burning stove, which has also been restored and is in perfect working order.