Typical Marchigiana rural farmhouse which brings back to the tradition of the “art of silk”. The property attic is evidence of the flourishing production activity that developed around the surrounding area and Jesi during the mid-19th century. The leaves of the mulberry trees were left to dry and the silkworms were raised in the attic.
When the peasants used their lives and the energies of the entire family to cultivate the land, generally conducted by sharecropping, the buildings were built with poor materials and consisted of several housing units so as to contain these large families, while on the ground floors the premises were for storing work tools and animals.
The property is located a few kilometers from the sea of Senigallia, a popular tourist destination.
The renovation of over 500 square meters of surface, carried out with the utmost respect for the original architecture, has restored versatility, warmth and rustic simplicity to the property: four apartments have been created and these have become welcoming residences to also experience rural tourism.
The ground floor apartments consist of:
– studio apartment with equipped kitchen, double bed and bathroom;
– two-room apartment with kitchen, a living room, a study, a double bedroom and a bathroom
The ground floor also includes storing spaces
Upstairs there are two other housing solutions:
– three-room apartment with kitchen and living room, two double bedrooms and a bathroom
– apartment with kitchen equipped with wood oven and fireplace, lounge / living room, two double bedrooms and a bathroom
All apartments are independent.
The courtyard of the property (about 5000 square meters) is planted with olive trees, fruit trees and mulberries and from the pool you can enjoy a fantastic and relaxing hilly landscape with crops that alternate during the seasons
-Twilight external lighting
-Hot-cold heat pump
The property is:
Use and potential
Private semi-detached house, B&B, Holiday Home, ideal for spending holidays and emotions in the open air such as bike excursions, horseback riding, visits to castles and historic villages, and food and wine experiences.