New house in Stiava Tuscany, Versilia, Massarosa
350.000 € + 7.32% incl. VAT

Stiava is a small village in the hinterland of Viareggio and Massarosa. The centre of the village has a small piazza with a church and a lively piazza on the main street, where you can find small but all shops - groceries, bank, pharmacy, fashion, restaurant. It is 6 km by car to the sea and only 4 km to Lake Massaciucoli. Stiava is close to Corsanico and Bargecchia, or Pieve and Camaiore. You can organise many short trips from here - Lucca and Pisa are only about half an hour's drive away, Florence a little more.

Stiava is flat and then, from the church onwards, begins to take over the hill - here you will find olive groves and lots of land and woods, but at first the landscape has been built up with pretty houses. Right here on a plateau on the hill, next to a larger car park, 3 ecologically built houses with small gardens are now being built, all with some sea view. Two houses have 150 and 140m2, the smallest on one floor style bungalow 120. Prices 360.000. 350.000 and 340.000.

They all have 3 bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom and living room. Parking space internal. Heating: gas. All are being built now so you can still choose on things like flooring, tiles, bathroom ect.

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type House
  • Condition New
  • Plot500 m2
  • Living Area140 m2
  • Location Massarosa
  • Destination Versilia
  • Seaview
  • Fencing
  • Garden

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