Villa in Versilia with sea view Tuscany, Versilia, Massa
850.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

Candia - are the first hills with sea view between Massa and Carrara, producing an excellent dry white wine. The area is limited, the plots correspondingly coveted. Over time, a few beautiful properties have sprung up here, interspersed now and then with former rustici or normal houses. Approx. 500m to the house via gravel road. On the other side of the road 2 other houses - you are not isolated.
The view is overwhelming -Gorgona and Capraia, in clear weather also Elba and the thumb of Corsica.
This is where this villa is located, built in about 86. The 300m2 are spread over 3 levels - at the very bottom the ex-hobby room, which is now a separate flat and can be used as such. The living space is over two floors high to the right of which is a gallery which can be used as a small office, second then brings to the individual bedrooms.
In total there are 3 bedrooms, 3 marble bathrooms (one of which has a jacuzzi and sea views) a large terrace with sea views, to the side of which is a storage room and barbecue. To the side and then down run various garden terraces and the approx. 3000m2 vineyard.
Water well, terracotta floors, pellet stove.

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type Villa
  • Condition Small renovation
  • Plot4000 m2
  • Living Area300 m2
  • Location Massa
  • Destination Versilia
  • Olives
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Seaview
  • Fencing
  • Garden
  • Near to sea
  • Vineyard

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