Pieve di Camaiore is one of the popular areas of Versilia - not only as a permanent residence, since the 60s there have been surprisingly high quality villas that have been used for holiday and representative purposes. Many stone houses (rustici) have since been converted into beautiful holiday homes.
Easily accessible via a narrow asphalt road to the house. The rustico is completely in need of renovation, the garden (olives) has approx. 600m2 and an access from the street. Behind the rustico are another 3 rustic houses from other owners, the house goes down along a stone wall.
House on 2 levels with 4 rooms + garage.
If you want to have more garden, the same owner sells a so-called 100m further. Metato (mini-stone house - in this case approx. 40m2 - which was used for agricultural work) and 2500² olive grove.
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