Grand Palazzo Offida
This beautiful Palazzo is located within the city walls of the old medieval town centre of Offida. It is one of the oldest buildings in Offida and dates back to the 13th century. It is attached to the ex-convent of San Francesco and used to be a part of the very same monastery.
The entire house has been completely and spectacularly restored carefully combining the finest modern designs and fittings within the fabric of the historic building. It covers more than 336 square meters of living space with a total of 440 square meters including the courtyard and the 2 roof terraces. The building is on 4 floors with more than 10 rooms.
The ground floor contains a large garage, spacious enough for 2 small cars, a storage space and a utility room, which leads out to the courtyard.
The first floor contains a TV-room connected to the main living room by a bridge, a bathroom, utility room and the kitchen fitted to the highest standard. From the kitchen there is a door leading directly onto the courtyard.
The second floor contains two large bedrooms, beautifully fitted bathroom and another bedroom with ensuite bathroom and walk-in-closet.
The third floor contains two smaller rooms and one larger room, currently used as a studio. From the third floor there are the entrances to the two terraces, one overlooking the old town centre and the Appenine mountain chain including Southern
Europe's largest mountain – Gran Sasso, while the other terrace overlooks the countryside and hills north of Offida.
This spectacular building, full of history, would lend itself to permanent living or as the perfect retreat along with with generous space for entertaining.
Offida is one of the most interesting and well preserved medieval towns in Italy and also internationally renowned for its fine local wines. The town is also perfectly located in the heart of the Ascoli Piceno provence with easy access to both the Sibillini mountains and the sandy beaches of the Adriatic. The airports of Ancona and Pescara are both only 90 km away.