Its interior décor follows a minimalist approach and includes many designer pieces such as Phillipe Starck bathrooms and a Bose system on the terrace, as well as many other designer pieces. Situated in a panoramic position with a 360 degrees view of the landscape, surrounded with olive trees, Le Marche Villa has only the very best to offer for a relaxing holiday escape into the Italian countryside.
This Le Marche Villa is located in Treia, and was restored in 2006 by the Caviano-based studio Wespi de Meuron Architekten. Located amidst hills of olive groves, fruit plantations and sunflower fields, the Le Marche Villa offers panoramic landscape views all the way to the Adriatic coastline. This property seems to be the ideal retreat for anyone who wants to enjoy nature and take time off from their busy city life. The surrounding villages have a lot to offer cultural-wise – from museums and old churches to theaters and the long tradition and history of the Italian countryside. The luxury villa offers: sunbathing, swimming, cooking classes by a local chef, olive oil tasting, wine tasting. If today the villa is a successful attractive accommodation, the 300 years old farmhouse was in ruins when it was discovered by its current owners in 2005. After 4 years of hard work and carefully selected materials the restoration of the house was completed in 2010 resulting in a contemporary dwelling and holiday house, with attached guest house and pool. The farmhouse combines elements from tradition and modernity all wrapped up in Italian finesse. This beautiful 3,348 square foot farmhouse has three storeys and can accommodate 11 guests in five en suite bedrooms. The renovation of Le Marche Villa comprises traditional elements and new interventions either by contrasting materials and textures or by assimilating old and new elements. For instance, some walls are covered with white plaster, and the old wooden floors have been replaced with hard cement screed flooring in white. This assists in reflecting the light off of the surfaces which gives a feeling of largeness, openness and airiness.
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