A group of 3 buildings with almost 7 hectares of land forms this property in the Lunigiana, not far from the city of Fivizzano. It was designed for yoga courses and similar events.
It is located on a hill about 300m above sea level, surrounded by valleys, hills, vineyards and olive groves with a wonderful panorama through the Apuan Alps. The light alone creates a special atmosphere and energy.
Part of the main building had to be completely rebuilt, the roof is new and has 40cm thick thermal insulation made of lime and canapa.
To get to the property you take a 1km long gravel road to the village.
Both large stone houses stand side by side connected by a large courtyard, a well has been drilled and gives 1000 liters per minute.
Main house: approx. 450 square meters on 3 floors - 2 floors are completely renovated, the last one is in progress.
Cozy living and dining room with a huge fireplace, kitchen and dining table
Entrance hall, 1 large bedroom, 1 shower room - 1 storage room (possibly another bedroom)
1st floor: 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
2nd floor - 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms are also planned here.
The former stable next to it (about 250 square meters) has a large communal breakfast and dining room downstairs and since tents or caravans are also accepted on the property - there are 2 shower rooms here.
On the first floor - accessible from the other side - a large room with underfloor heating for yoga, meditation classes and the like.
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