Toscana / Lucca / Large villa near to Lucca and versilia

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    • Large villa near to Lucca and versilia

      Property ID: 111

      • 4 Bedrooms
      • 2 Bath
      • 1 Kitchen
      • 10 Parking
      • 1 Fireplace
      • 1 Terrace
      • Heating
      • Swimming Pool
      • Garden

      This large house has been built in the 70`- it is surrounded by a beautiful park, if desired, can be placed a pool. The house was made for a doctor-family –left the working part–offices and medical room -right in bungalow-style private area - entrance hall as hallway leads to a right to the sleeping area, left large –open living room with marble flooring, fireplace, next to kitchen with large dining table, separate laundry and Garage.
      From the hall (here fitted wardrobe) 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Covered porch on one side of the house.
      From the living room there is down a staircase to another part of the house (for renovation), which is currently separated by a metal- door and served as a practice - staircase, 2 storage rooms, toilet, about 12 square meters room, another storeroom, 30sqm room with separate output to the garden.
      Many parking spaces, well-laid-wide paths, electric. Gate. 2-3 other homes in the area, village and first food 500m, supermarket 3km in S. Martino Freddana Kindergarten u. School 1km. About Montemagno you reach Camaiore (sea from the house about 20 minutes) and left down there go to Viareggio or after Camaiore. Left, the road to Lucca.

      • Region Toscana
      • Type Villa
      • Condition Habitable
      • Plot4500 m2
      • Interior320 m2
      • Location Hinterland
      • Destinations Lucca
      • Garden
      • Heating
      • Terrace/Balcony
      • Fencing
      • Garage
      • Swimming
      • Fireplace
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