House for Sale with sea view in Fosdinovo Tuscany, Lunigiana, Fivizzano
350.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

The landscape and first hills with sea view around Fosdinovo are lovely, full of olives (best olive oil!!) and vineyards (Luni wine must try) with lots of sun and small hamlets. 5 minutes from Fosdinovo is a steep path downhill with 6 houses, half live here permanently, others come only at weekends or in summer.
The property is fenced, terraced. After the gate there is room for 5-6 cars. A little higher a wooden shed of approx.12m2. Roofed.
The house was built in the 80's and completely renewed and renovated in 2010. There is nothing to renovate here, at most paint and move in.
The owners have adapted the design of the garden to the fact that they have a dog. There is a fence close to the house and one at the end of the property. One enters the house via a terrace of about 30m2 with sea view.
On this level is open space living room with thermo fireplace (heating) open kitchen with dining area by the window -also with sea view. Next to it a study and shower room.
The stairs lead us down to the current study, on the left a children's room with door to the garden, next to it a shower room, next to it a suite -large bedroom with door to the garden, dressing room with bath.

Double insulated windows ( oak), floating (oak) parquet floor, 3 steps-biological septic tank, gas tank set in the ground, on the wooden shed water tank for rainwater (irrigation system in the garden) roof insulated ( Isotec 12cn).

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type House
  • Condition Restored
  • Plot4000 m2
  • Living Area140 m2
  • Location Fivizzano
  • Destination Lunigiana
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Seaview
  • Fencing
  • Garden
  • Near to sea

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