A house for people who love nature and solitude and yet do not want to do without sea views and proximity.
It is situated on a slope in Strettoia - we war at a house wants to rebuild, is private matter, but here I would already think that one should invest the approx. 30.000.- estimated euros for an access road. Because now you have to go down from the car park and steeply and either over unpaved terrain or partly paved with natural stone (stairs). The owner is in the process of building a cemented access road.
About 100m from the car park on a terrace on the hillside is the house (approx. 130m2) with a shed next to it in need of renovation and a semi-renovated small rustico ( pizza oven + lounge). In front of the house an outdoor shower and plastic pool. Sea view. Fruit trees (oranges, lemons, olives and others).
House description: it is a renovated stone house, in some places you can see the natural stone on walls as decoration. Entrance, small kitchen, living and dining room with fireplace and stairs to the 1st floor. Next to it a roughly renovated rustic room. Outside - on the covered veranda -space for washing machine, at the back a bathroom. To the right of it the shed with pizza oven.
On the first floor - 2 single bedrooms, 2 double bedrooms and a bathroom.
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