Detached villa located on the hills of the town of Pietrasanta, Tuscany.
It enjoys a view of the mountains. Externally it has about 1,000 Meters of garden, gated and private access for cars.
Internally it is on 400-450 sqm divided in 4 floors all connected by stairs.
The two-storey central, first and second are the same, 95 square meters with 2 bedrooms, bathroom, living room with fireplace and kitchen.
The attic instead has open space with kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.
On the ground floor / basement there is a large cellar and the other side has been converted into a beautiful apartment with the front door to the garden.
The villa has been recently renovated.
While reaching Pietrasanta, it has a magnificent view of the sea.
10Km to the Sea.
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