A few kilometers from the bustling Adriatic coast, from the city of Urbino , the pearl of the Italian Renaissance and from Pesaro , Rossini's land and its important opera festival , the villa stands on top of a hill that gently descends to sea level , in a pleasant position with panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea and surrounded by green oaks and olive trees.
The ' building , dating back to about 700 square meters and in its original structure, the first half of the ' nineteenth century, covers a wide area comprising :
entrance hall, large living room, dining room and kitchen with a large and beautiful chestnut beams, large fireplace and a 600 ' unusual height of more than five meters to the ridge .
A harbinger of the beautiful summers Marches were inserted at either end of the house , two porches with large windows that overlook the olive trees , oaks and holm oaks that surround the swimming pool with infinity edge which visually breaks , seamless , on ' blue of the Adriatic below .
The sleeping area includes five bedrooms, one of which is very
wide and sloping ceilings , and four bathrooms.
The bottom of the relevant property is approximately 40,000 square meters , planted
to native plants (pines , walnuts , olive trees , holm oaks )
Is the large panoramic terrace , too 'it with sea view.
It also has a garage and a tool shed .