This unique piece of history dates to 1080 A.D. and was originally built as a watch tower to defend the Marca Fermana. Set in the National Park of the Sibillini Mountains and providing the ultimate base for peace and relaxation. Those who seek adventure are surely catered for here with numerous walking trails starting right from the villa threshold. The owner has loving restored the building whilst fusing modern comfort into Medieval flair whilst painstakingly retaining original features. Scattered cushions here, a piece of artwork there, all adds to the distinctive appeal of this feudal retreat. The tiered gardens and lovely sanctuary of an outdoor space dotted with artwork and sculptures allow strolls around the grounds shaded by trees whilst the private amphitheatre is the ideal spot to enjoy sunsets. Inside, the main house is home to an openplan lounge, dining area and small kitchen leading out via patio doors to the courtyard. A decorative king -sized bedroom and separate shower room also reside on this level. The tower is access by external stairs leading to three floors of living space. The first floors is home to an openplan lounge, dining area and kitchen leading out via patio doors to a balcony from which to stargaze. The subsequent two floors have three further bedrooms and two bathrooms. As the sun dips behind the mountains there’s no better place to be than sipping a glass of local wine as the cleverly considered external lighting creates a relaxed ambiance all around the property. A perfect place for those who like a piece of privacy whilst culture and cuisine are within easy reach. All bedroom and bathroom linen is included. Bath towels are also provided. This property comes with Free Wi -Fi, Free Cots, Free Highchairs.