The property leaves absolutely astonished for its architectural design, for its interiors and for the landscape it is nested in.
Set in one of the most unspoilt areas of Italy, L’Opera is a seamless fusion of ancient buildings and modern design. Currently run as a boutique hotel, this large property is set over three buildings, parts of which are known to date from as far back as 1485.
The spacious layout includes a two-storey main building with the kitchen, reception rooms and bedrooms upstairs. This is attached to a smaller two-storey farmhouse (annex 1) with further bedrooms. There is an additional stand-alone building (annex 2), which is currently used as a wellness area, with a multi-use space on the first floor.
The buildings’ simple, clean lines are thoughtfully decorated with a modern mix of Nordic and Italian interior design. Much of the furniture has been made exclusively for the property, while a broad use of materials and unique flea market finds add elegance and comfort.
The property’s tranquil setting has far-reaching views from the pool and grounds across the beautiful rolling hills of Le Marche. The ancient towns of Urbino, Gubbio and Fabriano are close by while the Adriatic coast is a 40-minute drive away.
L’Opera is 485m above sea level.