“Numerosette“, restoration and renovation of a Bed and bBreakfast in Cingoli
Numerosette is an evocative Bed and Breakfast in Cingoli with a rectangular shape and with a saddle roof located upon the hills of Cingoli, in the province of Macerata, that is called the “Balcony of the region Marche”. Although it was already partially renovated and therefore in good structural condition, changes were made to recover the whole property.
This building, before becoming a bed and breakfast, in fact, was built as a Casa Colonica (the local farmhouse) then turned, with an expansion, into an agricultural business, a farm that sold local products, with all the attached elements: rooms for food processing, refrigerators, etc. During the renovation process, the entire section used for the processing and showroom of local products was completely eliminated.
Because of the large space and large rooms, the owners have decided to turn the structure into a bed and breakfast surrounded by greenery and with an enviable view. The part of the first level is divided into two parts: one entirely for the owners and another room for guests, as well as four complete small units with kitchen on the ground floor. Only the remaining part on the first floor has been kept by the owners, providing it with an exclusive entrance. Guests enjoy the ground floor and have a close connection with the surrounding nature and are able to enjoy the offered services.
The facade of the bed and breakfast in Cingoli was not with exposed bricks, it had been plastered several times, so it was decided to change only the color, making it more appropriate to the destination and location.
In relation to the outdoors area, the courtyard in front of the southern façade of the farmhouse is partially covered by light awnings and on the ground has been laid out white gravel of the quarry; from this area you can then go directly to the swimming pool immersed in the countryside and equipped with a natural sunbathing area. Even the educational garden is a beautiful idea, with a suggestive view over the Sibillini mountains.