House for restoration in Sarzana Tuscany, La Spezia, Fosdinovo
295.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

Sarzana is on the border with Tuscany, but is already part of Liguria. A nice, small active town close to the sea surrounded by olive groves and forests. Still part of Sarzana, this village is in the hills about 3km from it. Easy access by normal asphalted road, then gravel road (private road) (about 150m) Next to it is an abandoned house, which may have its own access from the back.
The house was built in 1984, is in need of renovation, not inhabited for 3 years.
It has a beautiful location - view - woods meadows between two mountains also some sea - but I don't want to claim that it is a house with sea view - you can catch some of it from time to time.
You can park close to the house (a cellar - now storage space for wine equipment etc - could be converted into a garage) or right at the beginning of the property, which then becomes terraced. At the bottom supported by a concrete wall.
House - ground floor: large living room with fireplace and pizza oven, adjacent small kitchen and bathroom. Spiral staircase to the first floor.
Outside stairs to the terrace on the first floor -entrance -here another kitchen o.bath, living room with exit to the terrace, 1 bedroom, 1 bath. Terrace from all sides of the house, pool was planned on the right. Next to it a big bird aviary (approx. 200sqm) with trees, which are growing out now. It could be a pavilion or a greenhouse. Around it there are various also unknown trees, also some olives and oaks. A former vineyard has been eliminated.
On the other side 2 roofed altans with benches.
Bocca di Magra approx. 7-8km (boat place)

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type House
  • Condition Need renovation
  • Plot5800 m2
  • Living Area140 m2
  • Location Fosdinovo
  • Destination La Spezia
  • Olives
  • Garage
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Seaview
  • Garden
  • Near to sea
  • Vineyard
  • Stable

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