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    • Large Villa in Massa

      Property ID: 137

      • 6 Bedrooms
      • 4 Bath
      • 2 Kitchen
      • 2 Parking
      • 2 Fireplace
      • 2 Terrace
      • Heating
      • Beach & Sea
      • Garden
      • WiFi
      Description

      Large villa outside of Massa
      Quiet location below Montignoso, street ends 50m further, diagonally opposite 2 villas, next to a semi-detached house. Only supermarket 500m. Built 20 years ago.
      Sea 3.5km.
      The house can be used as a house + separate apartment or as a single house.
      Garden 1000m2.
      Carport for 2 cars, wooden garden house behind as storage room.
      Main entrance to the stairwell.
      On the left (possibly separate apartment) large living room with open kitchen, hallway with 2 bedrooms, 1 shower room.
      Staircase -open kitchen with bar and pizza oven, living room with fireplace, cotto floors. On the first floor anteroom, 3 bedrooms, one with balcony, 2 bathrooms.
      Top floor with stairwell door - sloping roof walls - bathroom. Can be used as a bedroom, playroom, staff ect.
      Gas heating.

      Details
      • Region Toscana
      • Type House
      • Condition Habitable
      • Plot1000 m2
      • Interior275 m2
      • Location Village
      • Destinations Massa
      Ameneties
      • Olivetrees
      • Beach & Sea
      • Garden
      • Air Condition
      • Heating
      • Terrace/Balcony
      • Fencing
      • Fireplace
      • Internet
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