Tuscany / Versilia / Pretty stone house with sea view in Versilia
Location: Versilia in Tuscany, hills above Forte dei Marmi, the house leads to a paved road, only the last 100 meters are also paved though, a bit difficult, because narrow. Directly on the way, the house has a not yet completed spacious garage, parts are already covered with stones. Further work to be done - possibly an access gate.
Hillside, the house leads a stone staircase and a path (also for the car), to the covered parking space in front of the house - from there about 10 stairs to the house.
The whole garden wall is beautifully overgrown, next to it on the neighboring property only olive trees, not buildable.
In front of the house directly a covered arbor with seating table and another on the opposite side - both with a wide sea view. On the left, there is a staircase and behind the house is a half-meter passage between the garden and the house to isolate it, it is also dry. At the end behind a small Rustico converted into 1 room (storage space) with pizza oven.
Ground floor: entrance with stairs to the first floor - left dining room, fully fitted kitchen with lots of light and sea views. Right living room with bathroom.
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