18th Century Farmhouse in Italy

18th Century Farmhouse in Italy




Aug 2018

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6 Bedrooms
Sleeps 12
4 Bathrooms

About our home

May-October our home is only available as a traditional rental which you can see on our website CasaTreQuerceItaly.com The other months is might be available for points with a $200 cleaning fee.

Traditional Italian Le Marche stone construction over 250 yrs old with original chestnut beams throughout, 3 floors totally over 3900 sq ft, 6 bedrooms with queen beds in each and 1 with furniture from the 1850's. The ground floor has a large sitting and game room, dining room for 10, all the walls the original stone construction it also has a large bathroom. There are 4 bathrooms in total 2 are ensuite. The entire home is equipped with all the modern conveniences. We are 30 mins drive from the Adriatic Sea for swimming and 30 mins drive from the Sibillini Mountains for snow skiing in the winter and hiking in spring and fall. Come, Truffle Hunting, Wine tasting, Olive harvesting, Food festivals year round. For more pictures and extensive information about the area visit our website at www.CasaTreQuerceItaly.com

This home is a vacation rental and rents by the week from Saturday to Saturday and is currently totally booked except for the weeks listed on the availability calendar. It is listed on this site because a few times a year we have a cancellation and if you can travel with short notice you could possibly stay here then.


More about us

  1. We returned to live in the US after 8 years of living overseas. We still own and maintain our 3 international properties.

  2. We left CA in the USA in 2012 and moved to Vietnam for 1 ½ yrs then moved to Italy for 6 years. We have the big vacation rental and our small townhouse in the historic district of Colmurano both available www.CasaTreQuerceItaly.com
    www.TravelDreamFamily.com please follow us on our travel blog

  3. Rick was the chef for our guests at the farmhouse and I love photography and we all love traveling. Justice is only almost 10 yrs old and has already been to 24 countries and counting.

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Where is it?


Le Marche, Italy in one Region
“If one had to decide which Italian landscape was the most typical, you’d have to choose the Marche …with its range of landscapes, it is a distillation of Italy.” Guido Piovene, Viaggio in Italia, 1957

The central region of Marche is a well guarded secret, but once you discover it you are completely captivated and mesmerized by its beauty, just as we are.

The region is bordered in the west by the Apennine mountain range with ski resorts and hiking trails. Between the Apennines and the Adriatic coast is a glorious hilly landscape with traditional farming of cereals, vineyards, olive groves and sunflowers.

Every few kilometres you come across pretty hilltop villages, fields of gold, sparkling rivers and lakes, castles, fortresses and medieval walled towns. The 180km of Adriatic coastline is lined with a stretch of spectacular blue flag beaches.

The Blue Flag program is a voluntary eco-label awarded for beaches and marinas with strict criteria dealing with water quality, environmental managment and safety information.

The region is full of history, art and culture with Romanesque and Renaissance churches, abbeys, monasteries and sanctuaries surrounded by sweet, gentle hills. Many of the greatest architects, artists and writers of the Renaissance period were from Le Marche - Raffaello Sanzio (Raphael), Donato Bramante, Rossini, Giacomo Leopardi and Gentile da Fabriano.
Just 10 Mins from the house is one of the many
Roman Ruins that you can vist in Le Marche.

Buzzy restaurants
Locanda Le Logge just mentioned in the 2018 Michelin Guide
Cool bars
Bar Centrale, The Best Pizza
Cozy cafés
Isolina, Picciolo de Rame dine in a castle
Retail therapy
Prada outlet 20 mins drive plus 120 other shoe and handbag manufacturers
Bit of culture
Roman Ruins 5 mins drive, Opera Festival 30 mins drive
Walks in the park
Sibillini Mountains, Abbadia di Fiastra reserve
Spot of exercise
Mountain biking tours, swimming, snow skiing etc
Day tripping
Wine tours, Turffle Hunting, cooking classes etc

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