We are in the Marche region, near the Apennines, only 40 minutes by car from the Adriatic coast and from the Ancona Airport.
Chigiano, in the province of Macerata, is a medieval village rising to an altitude of about 600 metres, in a privileged position for the stillness, the landscape, the extraordinary charm of the territory.
A cluster of stone houses, alleyways, stairs, and underpasses piece the place into a comfortable whole and is softened by the light pink color of the local chalky stone which has been used to construct all of the buildings. The village is currently in the complete restoration phase and the first units are ready to be delivered.
The restoration process aims to provide progressive recovery of both the private buildings and the public areas. These buildings will be restored to their original splendor and ready for use by the village inhabitants.
The houses are reminiscent of the beauties of a bygone era while still being easily compatible with contemporary life. The apartments have got traditional and, often, original finishes, obviously a result of a careful and faithful restoration process. The initiative is intended for those who are searching for a place with “emotional” value as well as a well-priced investment with secure perspectives.
The Valdiola Company put on sale restored houses of various dimentions and tyes from 100.000 to 350.000 euros.