A little gem in Versilia. 3.5 ha with vineyards and olive grove both in production and with sea view, 1 house (shell with sea view) a large country house - partly in need of renovation, but one gives the possibility to make the house to his liking.
As is often the case with similar country houses, the house consists of several houses that have been built at different times. Inside they are not connected today. From left part of the owner (cottage) with a beautiful terrace and pool (4 x 10 / 1.50 to 3m, heated by solar panels) sea view, barbecue, rebuilt in the 90s. Private entrance to this part with 2 parking spaces in the shade and another 2, ground floor - in the former garage, a living room with fireplace + bathroom was made, which is now used as a bedroom. External staircase to the first floor on the huge pool terrace - pergola with dining table, barbecue, pool 4.5 x 10m, deep from 1.50 to 3m, diving board, poolside sun terrace and pool cover. Next to a weeping another pergola with dining table. Space for umbrellas and sunbeds. Everything surrounded by olives and vineyards, further forest. A large bedroom, 2 smaller, 1 bath, living room with fireplace and kitchen. The right part, which is currently inhabited by the tenant, has upstairs about 90sqm - kitchen, dining and living room, large bedroom, nursery, bathroom. Bottom total (expandable) 4 cellars (currently barrels and accessories) Opposite 2 small shed for olive press. 300 olive trees.
Sea view from everywhere. 1 store about 3km, supermarket 5, sea 9.
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