Small semi-detached house in Montignoso Tuscany, Massa, Montignoso
130.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

 Above the centre of Montignoso is a small ancient hamlet, accessible via 2 small bridges that cross the stream that comes out of the mountains in the stony surroundings. From one of the bridges you can reach the house with a small car, but you have to park in one of the car parks on the main road.
The houses in the hamlet are still partly made of stone, as are the many walls protecting individual tiny gardens. The hamlet is well inhabited and many of the houses have been renovated.
The so-called terraced house was divided into 2 - sold is ground floor and 1st floor - 2nd floor belongs to another owner and has a separate entrance at the back. It has not been occupied for several years.
Neighbours - on the right an inhabited house, on the left likewise - this haut still opposite a "doll's house", renovated approx. 10sqm house with terrace. Next to it in the triangle approx. 10m2 sitting area. On the ground floor as well as on the ground floor balconies, respectively terrace, each approx. 5m2. The house was completely renovated 8 years ago.
Ground floor - stairs up, on the left open kitchen - living room, next to it shower room and a storeroom.
Upstairs 2 bedrooms.

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type House
  • Condition Habitable
  • Plot10 m2
  • Living Area70 m2
  • Location Montignoso
  • Destination Massa
  • Terrace
  • Near to sea

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