The house is located on the ground floor and is approximately 50m2 and includes a living room / kitchen with all the facilities to cook on gas. Pans, crockery and glassware sufficiently present and washing machine.
TV / radio (via dish receiver).
A bedroom for two people with sufficient cupboard space.
A bathroom with sink, shower, toilet and bidet.
The house has central heating / hot water supply d. m.v. a combi boiler on gas.
Furthermore, all facilities are available for permanent residence.
In front of the house is a spacious (private) terrace, with private parking and garden.
Terrace furniture available. There is a large swimming pool.
This property is fairly new and completed in 2003.
The town of San Lorenzo in Campo is located between the foothills of the Alpine peaks, about 20 minutes from the seaside town of Marotta.
It is a lovely village with its real Italian charm.
An extensive market takes place every Tuesday morning.
And drink a delicious cappuccino on the outdoor terrace of Café Central.
San Lorenzo in Campo has its own theater in the Palazzo della Rovere, named after the Italian opera singer Mario Tiberini, from San Lorenzo and where many concerts are given.
You can buy delicious olive oil or honey here, as well as organic products.
One can enjoy these products in the many restaurants in San Lorenzo and the idyllic villages around them, where they prepare the tastiest regional dishes.
Instead, there are three bakers, two butchers, three supermarkets and two pizzaria's.
If you want to visit places such as Pesaro, the birthplace of Gioacchino Antonio Rossini, the famous composer, then you are in the time of the Renaissance.
An absolute eye-catcher is the place Corinaldo with its hundred steps.
In Pergola you can see the famous Bronzi Dorati and Pergola is known for the truffle festivals.
The students place Urbino, the historic center is dominated by the beautiful palace, Ducal Palace, that Duke Frederico da Montefetro had built in 1444.
Paper city Fabriano is a beauty and has a paper museum, from here one can take the train to Rome. (with fast train 2 hours)
Also the caves of Frassasi are worthwhile and of course Assisi, where pilgrims have been coming for centuries to visit the basilica of the blessed Francis.
You can make a wonderful walking tour here.
But do not forget the place Jesi where the famous wine comes from.
All in all there is a lot to see in De Marken and one can enjoy the beautiful views and tranquility from the Borgo Roncaglia where the holiday home is located.
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