For sale €350.000,00 reduced price - Countryhouse, Historical listed building
|Access road:||Asphalted road|
|Technological installations:||Up to codes|
|Energy performance:||G, 250 kWh/sq m year|
Il Mulino di Smirra is a historic building located on the border between Marche and Umbria. Easily accessible from the state road, it is an ideal structure to create a touristic business or a restaurant. The central building was built around 1400.
The property is located in Smirra di Cagli, near the provincial road that connects Umbria to the Marche. An important area of high touristic importance given it’s just 40 minutes from the Adriatic Sea and Fano. The traditional mill is easily accessible from the paved road.
Il Mulino di Smirra is a historic building located on the border between Le Marche and Umbria. Easily accessible from the provincial road, it is an ideal structure to create a receptive and / or catering activity. The architectural complex is certainly unique, both for its position and for its ancient function. It is a large and complex construction in stone of Medieval origin that once served as a mill, it was once called Molino del Ceppo, on the Burano river. The ancient origins are evidenced by a plaque in Latin that recalls the great flood, which occurred in August 1472. The construction is characterized by a development from top to bottom (with respect to the entrance altitude, here the altitude difference of the land is enhanced by the construction, giving the complex a monumental image. The entire architectural complex consists of a load-bearing brick and stone masonry structure of variable thickness from 50 cm for the upper floors to 80-100 cm for the ground and basement floors. recently restored, completed in 2008, the facades have been cleaned and restored with external stone stuccoing The renovation has also consolidated the building.
The main house of 250 square meters is composed as follows: entrance hall, living room with fireplace, living room and dining area, kitchen with laundry and access to a large terrace, first floor with two double bedrooms and bathroom, mezzanine floor with bedroom and bathroom, large attic with a large living space and double bedroom with bathroom.
A further 80 square meters are in their raw state and can be used to expand the main residence.
The woodshed measures 47 square meters, while the warehouses (former mills measure about 60 square meters).
State and finishes:
The property is in good condition; the partial restoration of the central body was completed in 2008. There are great possibilities for customization and development by restoring the rest of the available surfaces. The interior finishes are characteristic and perhaps need to be refreshed. Water is municipal. There are pellet stoves in the structure.
Services and utilities:
Natural gas heating system with radiators. The water system is supplied to the municipal aqueduct. Electrical system compliant. Internet Present.
The hydraulic system: is powered by an aqueduct.
Methane Gas heating system.
Electrical system to be reviewed.
Land registry details:
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Ownership details and eventual contractual obligations:
The property is owned by private individuals.
Uses and potential:
Currently the property is used as a spectacular home but it would be also perfect for more than one family given it’s size. Obviously, again given the size, beauty and fairy-tale wonder the property invokes there is huge potential in using it for a hospitality and / or restaurant activity.
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