Real tuscan stone house with sea view in Bargecchia Tuscany, Versilia, Lucca
595.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

The first hills above Viareggio have been very popular for a century, especially with foreign tourists, many of whom have acquired a more permanent place to stay here over time. The climate here is mild and pleasant, you are not too high to have to make too many turns, towns are close, Pisa with airport ¾ hour away. The sea, which you see every day, is only 15km away. Corsanico and Bargecchia belong to Lucca, as well as Botrici, Mommio Castello and Pedona. Here, almost on the hill, we offer a real beauty, a rustic Tuscan country house, restored and renovated with much love. The only flaw is the last driveway, which is narrow, you can get through with a Panda and also park on the property. Otherwise there is a car park about 100m further on or 2 - once along the road below and once above the house, where 3-4 cars can park.
In front of the property there is a public washbasin, but today it is used by almost nobody. It belongs to the property, from there there is a path and gate for pedestrians, it must remain public, for this the municipality does not charge for water.
The classic Tuscan house is on 3 levels, at the back a very expressive courtyard with old bread (pizza) oven, where a pool used to be. The current owners have decided for patio and against pool, which does not mean that a new one could not be built. There are some stairs leading to the patio. The rustic country house (rustico) is surrounded by the forest at the back. The garden is well kept and beautifully landscaped. There is a roof for tools and garden furniture, at the back a shed for flow heater and garden stuff.
All floors are connected by 2 spiral staircases, only one bedroom has a door.
Lower ground floor: now a studio/workshop with bathroom, next to it two rooms were connected to a cosy living room with fireplace.
Ground floor: Kitchen in the middle with fireplace (from which one can go directly to the courtyard) next to dining room/study, 1 lockable bedroom, bathroom. Large hall and storage room.
Upstairs 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Of course there are the typical Tuscan original wooden beams and cotto floors. Cast iron radiators, instantaneous water heater was renewed in 2019.
The house is sold furnished without the artist's paintings.

Airport: Pisa 38 km, Florence 102 km.
Motorways: A12 Genoa-Rosignano exit Viareggio 10 km.
Shops: Corsanico 1 km, Bargecchia 2 km (post office, small bar, grocery, butcher, restaurant) Camaiore 6 km
Beaches: Viareggio 15 km
Camaiore 7 km, Versilia 14 km, Torre del Lago Puccini 14 km, Forte dei Marmi 22 km, Lucca 27 km, Pisa 30 km, Carrara marble quarries 35 km, Montecatini 55 km, Cinque Terre 80 km, Florence 99 km
Altitude: 316m a.s.l.


  • Region Tuscany
  • Type House
  • Condition Restored
  • Plot800 m2
  • Living Area180 m2
  • Location Lucca
  • Destination Versilia
  • Fireplace
  • Seaview
  • Fencing
  • Garden
  • Near to sea
  • Lake

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