A charming path, flanked by lush broom shrubs, leads to the entrance gate of a 19th-century country house, restored in the '70s. The spacious courtyard has been transformed into a convenient parking area, still maintaining its authentic rural charm, with the imposing mulberry tree at its center as a testament to the sericulture tradition that characterized the local economy in the early 20th century.
Perched on a hill overlooking a picturesque valley, the house offers breathtaking views: to the south, the Apennines, while to the northeast, the gentle hills blend into the expanse of the sea. Surrounded by a vast garden, there will always be a tranquil corner to relax or read in the shade of a tree.
In a pleasant walk, through forest trails and old carriage roads, you will reach the hamlet of Pieve di Cagna, one of the oldest villages in Urbino.
Just a 10-minute drive away, you can reach Urbino, a Renaissance city of extraordinary beauty, where you will immerse yourself in an atmosphere of art, history, and monuments, as well as enjoy pleasant walks discovering artisan workshops and shops for an authentic and unique shopping experience.
In a short 20-minute journey, you will arrive in Urbania, an ancient village that develops around the majestic Ducal Palace, the summer residence of the dukes of Montefeltro.