Rustico fo Sale near Camaiore Tuscany, Lucca, Camaiore
160.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT
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Renovated (rustico) middle house in Montemagno di Camaiore.

Montemagno is situated on a hill above Camaiore, it is very strategically located - straight on is the road to Lucca, right To Viareggio.

To the side of the main road is a hamlet consisting of 6 residential units, behind which is a well-known water source that locals go to for water. You can park in the driveway, or directly in front of the house. Underneath the stairs one could set up a sitting area with barbecue, the house has no plot. The neighbours simply use a part of the garden in front.

The house is in the middle, accessible via an outside staircase. It is beautifully and lavishly renovated. It consists of 2 floors.

1, Hallway - left up stairs to attic - straight out to living area - dining kitchen, 1 small room, 1 double bedroom, 1 shower room.

2nd floor -1 bathroom, 1 bedroom

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type House
  • Condition Restored
  • Plot0 m2
  • Living Area90 m2
  • Location Camaiore
  • Destination Lucca
  • Near to sea

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