Tuscany / Versilia / Large restored stone house near to Camaiore
Farmhouse dating back to '700, completely restored in 2017, respecting the original style. Located on a hill between Camaiore and Lucca with panoramic views of the valley. It is reached by an asphalted hill road of about 700 meters. The property extends over approximately 60,000mq mainly forest and around the buildings about 1 hectare of olive grove.
The buildings are two:
The Main House, completely restored.
The former barn with good quality but needs renotavion.
In front and on the side of the main house is a large terrace with panoramic views.
A flat garden divides the house from the barn.
Interior: Renovated while retaining all original materials. New fixtures.
Ground floor: kitchen, living room, bathroom with shower, two bedrooms.
First floor: 3 bedrooms, living room and bathroom with shower.
Barn and flat: about 70sqm distributed on two floors.
Isolated location between Seravezza and Stazzema in the first hills, licence for camping available. Big professional restaurant. Can be used also as private property for nature lovers.
Garfagnana is located in the north of Lucca in Tuscany. A green wooded landscape full of mountains and streams. The house has been renovated 2019 and is located a short distance from Pescaglia in a village without cars. Parking about 100m from the house.
Own garden, garage and car access, can be used also as a special B & B
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