Luxury stone house with Pool Tuscany, Versilia, Montignoso
2.700.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

Villa  is a wonderful property on the hills of Versilia, in Tuscany.

Shortly before arriving at the entrance gate you will be amazed by the wonderful sea view that faces you.
An exceptional view that goes from La Spezia to Livorno and in some days even up to Elba and Corsica.

The Villa is accessed via an automatic gate with remote control.
There are two 3 covered parking spaces available and another 2-3 not covered.

In front of the house there is a private swimming pool of 9 x 4 meters and a depth of 1 to 2 meters.
From here, while taking a bath, you can admire the whole coast.

Also, near the pool, there is a gazebo with a dining table, a barbecue and a terrace with electric blind (with remote control) connected to the living room of the house.

The pool area has a sound system (FM radio).

All Villa  is surrounded by a private garden of over 2000sqm composed of olive and fruit trees.
Both the garden and the swimming pool are illuminated at night.

A gardener will take care of the outside once a week.

Interior Description

Villa consists of the Main Villa and the Dependance.

The Villa:
Ground Floor:
- Entry into the modern living room with dining table, sofas, SAT TV, decorative fireplace and access to the seafront terrace with pool.
- Equipped kitchen with fridge / freezer, American and Italian coffee machine, dishwasher, oven, 5 burner stove, breakfast table and door leading to the outside.

- Small bathroom WC.
- Double bedroom with private bathroom with shower, bidet, sink and toilet.
From the ground floor bedroom you can access the dependance.
- Laundry with washing machine, iron and ironing board and door to the outside.

First floor:
- Master bedroom with 2 large single beds, bathroom with private jacuzzi, walk-in closet and private terrace overlooking the pool and offering a breathtaking view of the sea. The terrace is equipped with an electric blind (remote control).
- Bedroom with two single beds and private bathroom with shower.

- Room with single bed and private bathroom with shower. The room is also accessible from the outside.

Dependance, ground floor:
Modernly furnished and composed of:

- Living room with sofa, TV SAT, kitchen area with oven, fridge / freezer, 4 cooking and peninsula / dining table for two people.
The living room leads to both the ground floor room of the villa and the sea side pergola.
- Double bedroom with a door on the pergola.
- Bathroom with shower, bidet, sink and toilet.

The Villa and the Dependance have cold and warm air conditioning.

The property is covered by Wifi Internet.

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type Villa
  • Condition Restored
  • Plot5000 m2
  • Living Area210 m2
  • Location Montignoso
  • Destination Versilia
  • Olives
  • Swimming Pool
  • Garage
  • Terrace
  • Seaview
  • Fencing
  • Garden
  • Near to sea
  • Lake

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