EPi: 364,60 kwh/m²
Apartment "Borgo San lorenzo" with garage and private garden for sale in Loro Piceno, Macerata, Marche, Italy.
In the beautiful hamlet of San Lorenzo, enjoying a fantastic setting, is for sale this large Apartment located on the 2nd floor and consisting of a rustic kitchen at the ground floor, garage and private garden as well as a loft with roof terrace , easily convertible into a habitable mansard.
The property is served by both a large and comfortable common staircase and by a private internal one which connects the various floors.
The structural condition of the property is really good and it offers an elegant livingroom with an efficient fireplace as well as a balcony and a panoramic terrace. Potential to Buy a plot of agricultural land including an olive grove .
Potential to split the house .High investment potential, excellent price related to the quality. The property has got 2 entrances , one of which completely independent and the other shared: it also comes with an elegant and large built-in library in the livingroom and 2 more wardrobes one of which with hand-made veneers. Potential to Buy the other contents.
The house is some 2 km to the town, 50 km to the sea, 20 to the mountains, and 90 km to the airport in Falconara.
Brief history of the country :
Loro Piceno is located on top of a gently sloping hill , in an area between Macerata and San Ginesio , south of the river Fiastra . It is 18 km from the capital Macerata , and about 38 km from Fermo , where it belongs in the jurisdiction of the catholic Church.
The historic center remained almost intact , with the exception of the area in the margin of the Castle of the Lords of Loro (called improperly Brunforte Castle of the Counts ) , near Porta Pia, involved in a construction project in the eighties of the twentieth century .
A core settlement is attested in pre-Roman times , this element is evidenced by the discovery in 1943 of a funeral stele , in the south- piceni characters , currently kept in the National Archaeological Museum of Ancona.Evidence at the " source for all " via St. Seraphim of Montegranaro .
Brunforte ,the castle belonged to Farfensi , located in the highest part of the country, featuring the history of Loro, whose name seems related to the bay and its castle (Castrum Lauri ) .
Later, in the fifteenth century , the free town of Loro ( the current name with the nickname " Piceno " is next to the Unification of Italy ) was attracted to the area of the castles belonging to Fermo.
The current urban structure of Loro is identical to the one already existing in the eighteenth century .