Nestled in the stillness of the untouched beauty of the Marche countryside, the Sambuco (from the name of the Elder tree which is the symbol of the garden) is 12 km from Macerata, 18 km from the airport,and 80 km from Falconara.The Sambuco is an exclusive location that lies beyond the imagination and transmits a sense of deep peace; this is the real essence of home living and you are made to feel as both guest and friend rather than a customer.In front of the house in ancient brick, is the garden that is arranged on different levels, where boxwood, pomegranite and rose bushes form a delicate geometry. On the large terrace, tables have been placed for breakfast in the open air, from where the view stretches over farmlands and countless medieval villages that surround the estate.Another ample space is reserved for the splendid infinity pool, surrounded by a lawn fully equipped with elegant and comfortable sunbeds for relaxing in the sun, and bordered by many-coloured flowers.
There are three bedrooms (a fourth is soon to be added), all different, each equipped with all amenities (individually set air conditioning, TV and wifi, minibar, hairdryer, linen, bathrobes, slippers and courtesy set). All have chestnut beams in the ceilings, whilst the wooden floors are made of the beams salvaged from the old house.
The Loggia (so named due to the wrought iron terrace) is the largest room, with its perfect harmony between ancient and modern.
The bright red design bed matches the chest of drawers for the original late 19th century linen.The hand-painted wardrobe echoes the reds and greens of the French wallpaper. A bookcase separates the bed from the entrance and forms a corridor that leads to the bathroom. The bathroom floor is tiled with Giustiziane tiles in shades of yellow, antique pink and green along with a wooden French dressing table.
Here we find tints of green inspired from the surrounding natural environment. An imposing bed with a headboard made from antique hand-embroidered fabric in shades of green, salmon and pink. The restored wardrobe in a niche is notable for the beautiful leaves which decorate the doors, and which give the room its name
A real bijou, with its red wrought iron bed and French floral curtains made of linen and cotton (thus the name “The Blossom”). The room is enriched by a chest of drawers with a 19th century mirror and a finely frescoed antique wardrobe.
Contrada Montanari 7
62010 Morrovalle (MC)
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