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Charming 4 Bedroom Property in Fantastic Location, Sarnano, Macerata, italy

$338,366 | £243,398 | €280,000
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Charming 4 Bedroom Property in Fantastic Location, Sarnano, Macerata, italy

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PROPERTY LOCATiON

Via Bruno Buozzi,

47A, 62028,

Sarnano,

MC,

italy.

PROPERTY OVERViEW

Known for its stunning natural scenery, glorious climate and unique culture, italy continues to be one of the most desirable places across Europe to live. On offer here is a chance to make a smart investment into this simply wonderful part of the world with this former boutique/BnB.

The property is located in the comune of Sarnano, in the province of Macerata, and features 4 ensuite bedrooms, 4 bathrooms (3 ensuite shower rooms + 1 bathroom with jacuzzi bath), kitchen, living room and provides breath-taking views of the nearby Sibillini Mountains. The property is perfectly located to take advantage of the nearby commercial urban areas and the excellent shops, bars and restaurants but also surrounded by many areas of outstanding natural beauty around the nearby mountain range and Fiastra Lake. The property is also just an hour away, by car, to many of the region's stunning beach areas.

This property not only offers buyers a comfortable, spacious and modern place to live but also an exciting venture into the italian holiday rental market, thanks to its spectacular location. Thanks to the emergence of direct rental sites such as Airbnb and booking.com, this market has been growing rapidly over the past decade and the Macerata province is consistently one of the most popular areas across italy for holiday rentals. The property was already used in this context, having formally been run as a boutique/BnB known as Ospiti Boutique. The property has also been successfully rented out to students that attend the nearby language school, this is yet another positive for the property in the context of its rental potential.

This location is also the perfect base from which to discover many of italy's other fascinating areas such as nearby Pesacara, Ancona Girona and the iconic capital city, Rome (2.5 hours away by car).

Sports and leisure fans will be delighted with the vast array of walking, cycling, ski resorts, water sports and fishing areas in the vicinity and the excellent golf course, known as A.S.D. Sibilla Golf, is just 25 mins away by car.

The area is also very well-connected transport wise via road and excellent local transport services. The nearest airport is 45 mins drive away in Ancona.

FURTHER PROPERTY DETAiLS

A. The apartment is part of a 16C Palazzo and forms the freehold with 5 other homeowners. No regular service charge applies; any communal building repairs are paid for on an adhoc basis. The buyer will not incur any costs in respect of the refurbishment works in b. below, and, therefore, there are no foreseeable costs anticipated.

B. Extensive renovations are planned, including new: roof, attic, windows, flooring, central heating, structural reinforcements, which will take 2 years approximately to complete. Work commences in June of this year. Therefore, the property is not available for occupation until these are completed. However, following completion, the value of the property will be greatly increased and so this is an opportunity for the potential buyer to benefit from an early purchase and obtain Residency status.

C. All furniture has to be removed and disposed off to accommodate the above works and, therefore, will not form part of the sale.

D. Plans were drawn up to build a private, spacious balcony for a cost of around €15k. Estimated by local builders.



ABOUT THE AREA

A brick-built hill town in Le Marche that is so charming it is named as "one of the prettiest towns in italy" and also awarded the prestigious "Orange Flag" from the italian Touring Club. it curls around the hill like a snail, a postcard-worthy sight surrounded by hills and woods. it is located at the foothills of the Sibillini Mountains, the range that separates Le Marche from Umbria. Despite its small size, the town has everything for daily life, and more...there are many museums here, along with soothing hot springs!

You'll find shops aplenty, smart sidewalk cafes, restaurants and specialty food stores. The weekly Thursday street market is colourful and fun. Sarnano is a well-preserved medieval town with brick buildings, palazzi, and lovely Old World charm. Some of the houses of the old town are built in what is called "case a ponte" (literally, bridged houses) that are constructed over the lane, forming a "bridge" that you pass underneath. You'll feel like you've stepped back in time as you wander around the cobbled streets.

Sarnano has medieval origins, and it shows in its construction, built on the hill with narrow lanes that wind up to the top of town. The terrace in front of the church of Santa Chiara offers breath-taking views of the nearby mountains and the cultivated countryside. Piazza Alta, at the top of town, hosts the palazzi and the church of Santa Maria della Piazza. Palazzo dei Priori, Palazzo Podesta' and Palazzo del Popolo were seats of power, now transformed into exhibition space, museums and a performance theatre. if you see just one church, let it be the one dedicated to the city's patron saint, Santa Maria Assunta. The art is eye-popping, especially the frescoed chapel by Lorenzo d"alessandro, with Madonna enthroned with the Child and angels; along with St. John, St. Martin, St. Sebastian, and St Rocco on one side, with Christ bestowing blessings with the virgin and archangel Michael on the other. The church has a beautiful wood carved crucifix by Girolamo di Giovanni, too.ibile ammirare inoltre un prezioso stendardo ligneo con Annunciazione e Crocifissione di Girolamo di Giovanni.

The museums in Sarnano include a fine civic museum and art gallery; a museum dedicated to the humble hammer - displaying the artisan and craft tool in all its forms (bronze, crystal, stone, and more). The Museo dell'Avifauna displays a huge array of embalmed birds while the Museo delle Armi showcases armaments for war and hunting from swords to rifles. The Mariano Gavasci collection is an exhibit of the local painter's works, well worth seeing, as well.

in the area, you will find plenty of walking paths for trekking or biking, along with horse riding. You can even indulge in a paragliding adventure, or a ski outing in the winter. After your active days, you'll appreciate the hot springs to soothe the sore muscles! The area is long renowned for them. The spring brings a wonderful world of wildflowers, beautiful to walk among in the hills and mountains, and the annual "fioritura delle orchidee" or wild orchids. An annual event that throws you back in time is Castrum Sarnani, a week-long medieval Palio event that puts the town's districts in a battle of skill, along with an opulently costumed parade, flag throwers, music, shows and plenty of food and fun!

Of course, you'll eat well while you're here, with fresh produce, local legumes, traditional salami and cheese, and game meat, as well. There are nice Marche wines to wash it down with!


For a superb visual representation of the area, copy and paste the following link to your browser: https://youtu.be/Xi-BRqYCguk


MAiN FEATURES:

Located in a peaceful and well-run area.
Spacious 186m2 property.
4 ensuite bedrooms.
4 bathrooms (3 ensuite shower rooms + 1 bathroom with jacuzzi bath).
Kitchen.
Living room.
Big renovations planned for property so currently an opportunity for the potential buyer to benefit from an early purchase and obtain Residency status.
Breath-taking views of the nearby Sibillini Mountains and Fiastra Lake.
Massive potential in the holiday rental market.
Already successfully used in the BnB/Rental markets.
Close to essential amenities such as shops, bars
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