Toscana / Lucca / House with Pool near to Lucca

  • Sale / 500.000 + 3.66% incl. VAT
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    • House with Pool near to Lucca

      Property ID: 106

      • 6 Bedrooms
      • 3 Bath
      • 1 Kitchen
      • 2 Parking
      • 1 Fireplace
      • 2 Terrace
      • Heating
      • Swimming Pool
      • Garden

      The house was built in the 60s and completely renovated in 2013. Access from the road, 2-3 parking spaces, behind pool 10 x 3, 1.50 deep salt water
      From the back the house has a porch with entrance to the ground floor - here a large double room - open kitchen with large dining table, small dining table, fireplace. Door to the hallway with exit at the front of the house to the street. 3 bedrooms - one of them with en-suite bathroom, 1 bathroom. In the middle of the living room is a wooden staircase to the first floor, similar here as below a long hallway, from which then the various rooms are attached - a total of 3 bedrooms, 1 living room, 1 kitchen, 1 bathroom and a balcony.
      On the property at the back there is an expandable shed (about 45 square meters) - this part can be sold / retained separately with about 50% of the land property - so about 1000m2. In this case the house costs 460,000.- all together 500,000.-

      • Region Toscana
      • Type House
      • Condition New
      • Plot2000 m2
      • Interior190 m2
      • Location Hinterland
      • Destinations Lucca
      • Garden
      • Heating
      • Terrace/Balcony
      • Fencing
      • Swimming
      • Fireplace
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