A bit of dirt road leads to this group - if it were higher or the hills opposite were not there, it would have a sea view. This way it has a beautiful valley panorama. In 4 minutes you are in the village and 5 in the avenue leading to Camaiore centre - restaurants, shops ect.
It is a rare grouping - a courtyard in the middle is surrounded almost in a semicircle by rustici's -the largest on the right was rebuilt in the 70` - and inhabited until recently, the best would be to remove the interior from the 70` ( + plaster) and give it back its original look. It has approx 120m2 per floor on 3 floors with a terrace. Downstairs convertible basement rooms. Inside, some rooms have been renovated, some left in their original state. Next to it there is another rustico and on the side another one with a pergola. Just before that, another slightly larger one. On the drone picture you can see the small rustico on the slope.
What is possible here?
Flats for rent?
Renting out houses with a pool?
Object for art lovers and artists?
The charisma of the property allows for several variations.
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