Categories: Historic/Listed properties Palaces
Location: Marche, ItalyClick Here for detailed information on Italy)
Palazzo Sacconi is a landmark in the Marche region and this heritage building dominates the historic hilltop town of Montalto-delle-Marche.
Built over four floors by Cardinal Carlo Sacconi and modified by his nephew Count Giuseppe Sacconi, who was the legendary architect behind the famous marble monument to Vittorio Emanuel II in the heart of Rome.
There is over 3,000 m2 of floor area on floors one to three for residential use, plus another 1,600 m2 on the ground floor, and communal areas including external space.
Supported by the Belle Arti, Palazzo Sacconi now has planning consent for restoration and conversion into residential and/or commercial use. Detailed information is available for seriously interested investors/developers, and JV options would be considered.
Palazzo Sacconi has spectacular views of the southern Le Marche landscape, flanked by the Sibillini mountains and the Adriatic coast.
Situated one hour to Ancona and Pescara airports, 90 minutes to Rimini and three hours to Rome. Within 30 minutes to the west you can ski in the Sibillini mountains and 25 minute to the east are the Adriatic beaches of Grottammare, Porto San George and San Benedetto del Tronto.
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