Realpoint Italy

8 Mar 2011

Palazzo Sacconi now available through Realpoint Property

Palazzo Sacconi
Palazzo Sacconi is a landmark in the Marche region. This heritage structure dominates the historic, hill-top town of Montalto-delle-Marche. Built on 4 floors into the side of the hill, it has spectacular views of the southern Le Marche landscape, flanked by the Sibillini Mountains and the Adriatic coast.

It was built by Cardinal Carlo Sacconi and modified by his nephew, Count Giuseppe Sacconi (1854-1905) - the legendary architect behind the famous marble monument to Vittorio Emanuele II in the centre of Rome.

Supported by the Belle Arti, Palazzo Sacconi now has planning consent for restoration and conversion into residential and/or commercial use. The current hypothesis is to develop a bespoke apartment complex on 3 residential floors with indoor pool, gym, concierge and event facilities on the ground floor.

Palazzo Sacconi in Marche is now available from Realpoint Property.

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