The medieval village of San Vito sul Cesano sits on a hilltop, with a panoramic view that stretches from Mount Catria to the Adriatic coast.
Surrounded by fortified walls, it is structured with a herringbone pattern, typical of agricultural centres. The most important buildings are the two churches, St. Apollinare and St. Biagio, both facing the square. The scenic views of the surrounding landscape can be enjoyed walking along the streets of the village.
The walls are mostly made of terracotta or brick mixed with stones, exposed or sometimes plastered.
The house is fully independent. Pleasant finishes and an exposed façade surrounded by a large garden, a space to be experienced in many ways.
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