Tuscany / Versilia / Farmhouse with guesthouse in Buchignano
The hills near Camaiore are very popular for holiday domiciles, already Fischer Verlag and Mondadori, who had dreamlike properties built here in the 60-70 years. Over time, the smaller stone houses became more popular and renovated, many of them now have a pool and offer their owners or holidaymakers the best vacation. Especially in the time of Covid, this choice has shown itself to be gold - sun, water, privacy and no masks and danger. In 2020 such vacation properties were fully booked.
At Buchignano we offer a really great property - in the hills, easily accessible with access to 2 owners - which is shared above. (you can see on one of the drone pictures) up to 2 parking spaces, or 4 if you continue driving. The first small rustico is about 45 square meters, it has a gallery bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 small storage room. Air conditioner.
A little further on is the large house, also in the stone, approx. 100m2. Entrance hall, large panoramic living room with open kitchen and large fireplace. The large windows offer a wonderful panorama of the hills and the valley in which the village of Nocchi is located. You can see the sea from the property above. Air conditioner and heater. A bedroom on the ground floor, another and a bathroom on the first floor.
Saltwater pool, 6 x 4m, 1.20 deep.
The work is IN PROGRESS, the house will be sold completely renovated - including the garden and pool-sun-terrace.
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