Coldwell Banker "Le Riviere" Real Estate Agency is pleased to propose this wonderful country house called "Villa Anjana", situated in Italy, in the Marche Region, and more precisely in the ancient municipality of Urbino, well-known to be one of the most interesting Italian areas from a historical point of view. The building is in a dominant position at 388 mt above sea level, in the Park of Cesane. It is at a distance of only about 30 minutes from the Adriatic Sea, 1 hour from Gubbio and Assisi, 3 hours from Florence and 3.5 hours from Rome. Villa Anjana can boast a planted garden planned by a landscape architect and gardener and there is also a garage for 3 cars. On the ground floor we can find four bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom, and another bedroom, always with en-suite bathroom, and a private meeting room. The first floor is mainly devoted to receptions: we find the kitchen, the dining room and the living room; it is an open space with a separate entrance from the garden through a veranda which lights the whole living area. Then we find a TV room and an office. On the same floor there are also four bedrooms and two bathrooms, a nice chimney and an ancient oven. It is possible to create a building used as an annexe, with four bedrooms on the ground floor and one on the first floor, and also a comfortable swimming pool (16 mt x 8 mt). If you buy the property as first home: - Registration tax: EUR 3.632,73; - Mortgage tax: EUR 50; - Cadastral tax: EUR 50 If you buy the property as second home: - Registration tax: EUR 17.833; - Mortgage tax: EUR 50; - Cadastral tax: EUR 50 Why you should visit the region of Marche: People who look for an alternative to the other overloaded regions of Italy discover Marche. The word derives from "mark" in German, which means "border region" . The region is located on the eastern side of central Italy, between the Adriatic Sea and the Apennine mountains. Much of the area is unspoilt and offers exceptional opportunities for architectural, historical, cultural, artistic and even culinary exploration. The Adriatic was only attended for decades along the beaches, so you will still find almost unchanged medieval towns, like Urbino, birthplace of Raphael, and university town. Best period to go: Urbino is beautiful in every season, but the best times are spring and autumn, that offer unique experiences to visitors when you can meet more students than tourists. The months of July and August can be hot and in winter sometimes you can find snow. Where to go: If you want to admire the masterpieces of art and architecture of the Renaissance, hiking through the mountains and the wild, or go hunting and fishing, Marche offers enough to keep you busy. In addition, Villa Anjana offers a relaxing environment for workgroups or for writers and artists who are looking for a unique and quiet place.