Vaulted ceilings, arched doorways, original beams and cotto floors are just some of the celebrated features of this stunning historical villa that lies in extensive grounds with a pool, not far from Pergola
Set in Le Marche, one of Italy’s least spoilt regions, this long, two-storey villa is a spacious family property full of history and character.
The house has many traditional architectural features including huge stone fireplaces, arched stone doorways with big double wooden doors, barrel- and fan-vaulted ceilings, wooden ceiling beams and beautiful cotto floors. The 772sqm of space includes elegant drawing and sitting rooms, eight bedrooms and three kitchens – one on the ground floor and two on the first floor.
Lanoro sits in a well-maintained garden with lawn and beds, mature trees, a terrace, a pool and a pretty, stand-alone private chapel with a shell-pink arched ceiling and dark wooden pews.
There are some outbuildings that are currently used as garden and agricultural storage where extra building allowance will be granted following restoration.
The property has far-reaching views across the beautiful rolling Le Marche hills. Medieval towns such as Urbino, Gubbio and Fabriano are close by while the fabulous beaches on the Adriatic coast are 40 or 50 minutes away.