Not far from the hamlet of la Culla (near S. Anna and above Camaiore) is a small grouping of various stone houses. With a smaller car you can get to the garage-box (belongs to the property). The house is reached by a stone staircase, a pergola with seating leads to the living and dining room with open kitchen - on the other side via 2-3 stairs a larger terrace with barbecue and sea view. In between a stone staircase leads to 2 other houses.
Ground floor: opposite the living room is a spacious bathroom, due to illness the room next to it has been converted into a bedroom. Doors to the back lead to a piece of garden, behind it a small rustico ( estimated 14sqm on 2 floors, in need of complete renovation), on the right a staircase to the first floor with 2 bedrooms - one has some side sea view and a storeroom). Cellar approx. 25sqm. Much land on terraces up to the church, all sloping.
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