It is thought that the convent dates back to the 12th Century and the cloister from the 14th century. The small church and a cellar were later additions.
The building, which covers a total of 1200sqm on 2 floors (and a cellar) has been meticulously restored to a builder’s finish. The restoration of this monumental complex involved consolidation to anti-seismic regulations and the conservation of the walls, the wooden structures, the roofs and some architectural aspects, the cloister and the reconstruction of a part of the former church. Parts of collapsed masonry of the church were rebuilt, the facades overhauled and the functionality of the internal and external spaces recovered. The restoration works were carried out in collaboration and under the supervision of the Cultural Heritage Office of the Marche Region.
Immersed in the countryside in a discreet area and close to popular attractions and routes. The property comes with 4000 sqm of land that has also been subject to environmental restoration and redevelopment – more land is available.
The costs to finish the restoration for hospitality are available on request.
Although internal divisions exist, the building can be adapted to suit the requirements of the future owner. A country hotel can easily be accommodated.
The 900 sqm convent covering 2 floors includes a 120 sqm church and the internal 70 sqm cloister. The land surrounding the property is about 3500 sqm and more additional adjacent land is available to purchase
The perfect boutique hotel or for events
Utilities are close by but not yet connected