A charming brick built farmhouse located near the roman ruins of the ancient city Falerio Picenus 29 b.c. This property has a very attractive long loggia overlooking the mature garden of the property. The characteristic outside Marchigiani style staircase links the ground to the first floor. All original features are present in this house, such as the cotto floors, the beamed roof with pianelle (cotto), and the original doors and window shutters. The house was lived in until 3 years ago by the farmer. The living area is presently on the first floor with 5 rooms off a main large hall with original fireplace. There is a staircase leading to the attic that could also offer further accommodation. The ground floor has a very large open room that was used for animal storage with beautiful feeding troughs. There are several other smaller rooms used for food storage. This area will convert to spacious day rooms, kitchen and study. There are 2 outbuildings, a barn and a pigsty that could also offer further accommodation or garage/storage area. The approach to the property is by a tree lined avenue off a tarmac road. The land has many secular trees and ample space for a swimming pool. Falconara/Ancona airport is just over one hour away, the Sibillini National park is 30 min away and the seaside resort of Porto San Giorgio 30 min.