The garden and the vineyard came up all around this old country house, that from a bright hillock overlooks the valley.
The view over the village of Fratterosa makes an impact. Fratterosa is a cozy village in the Province of Pesaro-Urbino famous for its earthenware: dozens of ancient factories produce crockery and various items, such as pots, and handcrafted lamps. The earthenware items are bright and unique for its colours and shapes. The earthenware handcraft is a centuries old activity round here, tied up with the history of the village, and the inhabitants are proud to keep their traditional business.
The country house is built in solid bricks, with strong and thick walls. The trees spread all around, and everywhere there are many cypresses, giving character to the place, with its long lines over the landscape and the building.
The farmhouse is 500 square meters large on two floors.
On the ground floor there are 2 bathrooms, 5 rooms, 1 kitchen, 1 large living room with fireplace, closet, laundry room, porch and cellar.
On the first floor there are 3 apartments with a total of 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3 kitchens and closet.
The garden is 4000 square meters large, and the agricultural piece of land is 2 hectares including the organic grown vineyard.
Agricultural annex needs to be restored and has a surface of 50 square meters.
Phone, heating system and satellite are included.
The country house is located 25 minutes far from the shores of Fano, and 500 meters far from the village of Fratterosa.