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Restored 300-Year-Old Homes
Le Marche Villa by Wespi de Meuron Architekten Makes Living to Die for


By: Kevin Young (Star) Apr 2, 12
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Be ready to have your breath taken away when you come across the Le Marche Villa. Located in Treia, Italy, this amazingly beautiful classic Italian home overlooks sunflower fields, fruit gardens and olive fields. It was a restoration project by Wespi de Meuron Architekten where a classic 300-year-old home is crafted with modern touches.

The vaulted ceilings and simple rustic walls are kept simple as it leads to panoramic views of mountains, coastlines and never-ending skylines. There’s a pool that tempts anyone passing by to dive in; the authentic feel of the bricked home seems as if there’s history and stories that come with the place.

The Le Marche Villa is truly a house where the outside of the home is just as important as the inside. If there’s anything like a haven, this is it.



Source: thecoolist
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