Typical stonehouse in Garfagnana Tuscany, Garfagnana, Pescaglia
59.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

First of all the location: you either drive up from Lucca - or from the sea via Camaiore - this road is quite winding at Pescaglia, but also very beautiful. Pure nature, everywhere, well-kept, beautiful mixed forests, here and there a small village or hamlet, mostly all in stone. It is not the classic Tuscany with cypresses, here chestnuts, oaks and pines predominate, rocky sections. The fauna is wide-ranging, which many people are not aware of, there are foxes, wild boars, badgers and porcupines, but also scorpions, mosquitoes and snakes. Tuscany is also ideal for bird watching, here in Garfagnana you can often see hawks and buzzards, and with a bit of luck eagles. Somewhere in the middle here is a Steinweiler - about 20 people live here permanently, and in summer those who have a holiday home here come - there are Americans, Italians from Massa and Asians. A multi-culti society in the stone village of Garfagnana. A dainty church dominates, there are two access roads and two car parks. Very nicely paved road runs through the whole village, some houses renovated, some still waiting to be renovated.

The house is below the church, pavement and stone steps lead down. Left house is always inhabited, right house was recently bought and renovated inside.

The house has no balconies and no plot. If you want some garden, you would have to ask in the village if someone is willing to sell a piece. I emphasise - far and wide only nature and absolute peace, no shops, bars or restaurants. This house is for people who are looking for nature and solitude.

The house has a basement, currently it is used for dry wood (fireplaces).

1st living room with fireplace, bathroom (WC, shower, antique instantaneous water heater in which water can be heated both with wood or electrically) next to it dining room with dining table and stairs to the first floor, at the back a separate kitchen also with table and fireplace. A folding staircase to the cellar is built into the floor with a lid.

2nd hallway with wardrobe, 3 large bedrooms, 1 bathroom.

The has no heating, until now it was heated in the fireplace and with electric radiators or mainly used in summer.

The house can be lived in immediately. Price is not negotiable.



  • Region Tuscany
  • Type House
  • Condition Habitable
  • Plot0 m2
  • Living Area120 m2
  • Location Pescaglia
  • Destination Garfagnana
  • Fireplace

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