The house is located above Montignoso, unfortunately there is another house close to it and blocks the sea view - which you have on the right side of the house (kitchen and 1 bedroom with balcony). It is in need of renovation, but habitable. Ideal as a holiday home. In the village there is a bar and 2 grocery shops, Montignoso about 4 minutes by car - sea 15 minutes. On the street there are 2 parking places - from here over a narrow footpath approx. 10m to the gate. Entrance laterally left into the hallway -but also possible into the living room.
Layout: pergola below the balcony ( could be glazed) entrance hall, dining kitchen with fireplace, living room, stairs up. 2 larger bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 2 balconies.
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