Restored large stone house Bagni di Lucca Tuscany, Lucca, Lucca
230.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

Traditional stone house, in a small and quiet village above Bagni di Lucca Terme, completely restored, with cotto floors and rustic environments. The house, enclosed for one side in the village with an old private courtyard, on the other side has a beautiful landscape over the Lima Valley and the mountains around. On the first floor there are: the living room with sofa and satellite TV, the fully equipped kitchen with fireplace (not in use), a dining room and the large dining room with features. On the second floor there are: 4 double bedrooms, a large bathroom with bathtub. On the ground floor, the second bathroom with shower. On the first floor there is a stone terrace under this, there is a large fenced garden, pergola area with barbecue where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the valley and the sun.
Inside the house there is: satellite TV, internet wifi, USB player, heating (extra), laundry room with washing machine, barbecue, deck chairs and more.
The house has been rented out to tourists by the week for some time with very good results and reviews. This can be taken over, further extension of the cellar rooms and shed is possible.

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type House
  • Condition Restored
  • Plot300 m2
  • Living Area130 m2
  • Location Lucca
  • Destination Lucca
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Fencing

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