Vendiamo 5 appartamenti di costo compreso tra i 36.000 e i 57.000 €.

Le unità immobiliari sono in campagna, a due km dal paese di Castelleone di Suasa (AN) e godono di una splendida vista panoramica sulle colline marchigiane e su ben 7 centri storici: Sant’Andrea di Suasa e Mondavio a nord, Ostra Vetere, Barbara e Montecarotto a sud, Arcevia e Piticchio ad ovest.

La spiaggia di Senigallia e il Monte Catria sono entrambi a 25 minuti d’auto.

Vendita da parte del sig. LUIGI GABBIANELLI (in qualità di privato)
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We sell 5 apartments in Castelleone di Suasa (Ancona) with prices ranging between € 36,000 and € 57,000.
The property units are situated in the countryside, about two kilometers from the village and enjoy a splendid panoramic view of the Marche hills and of no fewer than seven historic centres: Sant’Andrea di Suasa and Mondavio to the north,Ostra Vetere, Barbara and Montecarotto to the south, Arcevia and Piticchio to the west.

The beach of Senigallia and Monte Catria are both a 25-minute drive away.

Kindly call for this private sales at the phone +39. 335.495692
(Mr. Luigi Gabbianelli)

Historical Notes:

My farm-house was built on the ruins of a Byzantine settlement and, because of its position, defended the valley which was the main route of the Longobards of Spoleto all the way to the Byzantine Pentapoli of Ravenna.

Along with other fortified settlements
(Farneto, Conocla, Colle di Guido, Calcinaria and on the opposite side Serra di Pavone) they made up a tight defensive network at the weakest point of the whole Byzantine/Longobard frontier from the Apennines to the Adriatic sea at the turn of  VII and VIII centuries.
Thanks to the Franks and the elimination of the Longobard threat in 756, the settlement loses a little of its strategic importance.

The House is quoted in several donation acts of XI and XII cent. concerning the Abbeys of Fonte Avellana and S. Lorenzo in Campo.
Probably left in ruins after the Guelph and Ghibelline wars, in the first half of the XIII century, it was then rebuilt as a monastery in the XVI century. Since the end of the year 1700,  home was given to the farmers family working on the land of the Marquis, Pianetti Lotteringhi Della Stufa.