18th Century Tower – Treia, Marche, Italy

Listing Description

"A 18th century mock medieval tower in Treia. A rare opportunity to acquire a landmark building unique of its kind and in a strategic position outside the ancient walls of Treia but at walking distance from the town. The tower sits on its own hill of 1 hectare with secular olive trees. The main building is on two floors and boasts a large terrace of 30sq. mts with breathtaking views of the surrounding area. The outbuildings will make further living space of 200 sq. mts. To be possibly repositioned as needed. The Adriatic coast is 20 min. away and Falconara/Ancona just over 30 min."

OHDO Notes

Location: Treia, Italy. At the time of this post, priced at €395.000 ($449,886 USD.). For more information on this property contact Cella-Shirley Immobiliare, Le Marche .

Additional info: Rightmove.co.uk
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4 Comments

    • Miss-Apple37

      Well, i don’t speak italian, but I think i can decifer:

      questa rogo. non a difesa ne a officio
      ………………………………………………………….
      ……. consorte ……. & Letizia Della ………..
      …………….construire
      Monsignor Giovanni
      Dei Conti Broglio
      L’anno MDCCCXIV

      Only the first sentence seems to translate to something: “this fire. not in defense or in office” which does not really make sense anyway.

      Monsignor Giovanni DCB in Google is quoted in Italian books of 1823 and 1824 as being a vicar (vicario)
      And then Year 1824 in roman digits.

  • Sara

    Hi,I arrived here from Old House Dream.
    The headstone is not very legible, but I try

    this fortress
    not in defense or offense
    (line not readable)
    he built
    Monsignor Giovanni
    de Conti Broglio Massucci
    in the year 1845 (MDCCCXLV)

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