An ideal holiday home 23km from Imperia and the sea. The small hamlet is 3km from Aurigo, where there is a bar, restaurant, post office and auntie-ma's shop. There is more choice 6km away in Borgomaro. There are many olive trees growing in the corner and the locals are proud of their olive oil, which is exported all over the world.
The house was built in the 1800s, has suitably thick walls which insulate the house well. It is part of a semi-detached house, the second half has not been lived in for years.
The property is easily accessible by car and has a porch of about 10m2 in front of the house.
Renovation has been done in 1997.
The house is situated on a slope on 3 levels with a balcony.
ground floor - hall, study, bathroom
1st floor - kitchen with a storage room and exit.
Attic - bedroom with balcony.
Coastal region Liguria has the shape of a sickle and extends along the coast from La Spezia to the French border. The Mediterranean coast is also known as the Italian Riviera. The former fishing villages of Cinque Terre are very popular, on the west coast - Riviera di Ponente is San Remo, today more known as a festival organizer, formerly known as a historic seaside resort and Bordighera. In the middle the elegant cities of Portofino and Santa Maria Ligure. The Ligurian cuisine is mainly known for its fish dishes and pesto - basil with garlic, olive oil, pine nuts and more. some salt and cheese.