Tuscany / Versilia / Restored Farmhouse in Versilia - Tuscany
On the hills of Versilia, Tuscany,mountain side, an ancient farm restructured in the 90s initially composed of 4 separate units and then joined by turning it into a wonderful villa.
It is located in a very sheltered and hidden location ensuring complete privacy with the addition of a panoramic view of the hills on the inside.
The sea is about 15Km and the first stores about 2 km.
The property has approximately 4000 square meters of land divided between the woods, olive groves and meadows.
At the entrance presents a large parking lot and the view on the house and on the landscape.
On the left side of the property is an old outbuilding to be restored and at the level of the house a beautiful wood-burning oven.
The entire property is fenced and is accessed by automatic driveway gate.
The house is:
Ground floor with access to the dining area (fireplace) with a pergola outside, large kitchen, living room with fireplace, large living room (fireplace) that goes down two steps up to a relaxation area. The ground floor has a bathroom with shower.
First floor: master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, double bedroom with private access from the parking area, large bathroom and closet room which can be used as a bedroom.
Attic floor: large living room of over 30 sqm.
This cottage is very well maintained, ready to be inhabited.
It has satellite and data networking.
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