Very nice restored flat near Fivizzano Tuscany, Lunigiana, Fivizzano
125.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

A good cheap alternative for a Tuscany vacation home, whereby it should be emphasized that the current owners have lived there permanently. With a child.

It is located in northern Tuscany - Lunigiana, not far from the city of Aulla - here you drive off the motorway and continue towards Fivizzano. Shortly before the city is a hamlet, on the edge of which is the house. Green - some houses, some chickens fenced in front.

It is a large stone house, divided into 2 residential units - at the top the apartment belongs to an American family who occasionally spends their vacation here.

Ground floor and 1st floor is the other unit that is for sale. In front of the house there is a shared parking lot for 3 cars and a private garden area - approx. 4 x 4m.

Entrance - very nicely renovated, both stone walls and original stairs. On the left 2 unrenovated rooms, which are now used as a cellar and storage room, but can definitely be renovated into 2 or 1 large room.

on the first floor the apartment - large living room with open kitchen (apart from the stove, the kitchen remains in the apartment) huge pizza oven structure. Entrance hall - nice bathroom with shower, 1 room, 1 bedroom with balcony possibility (as on a slope, you can also go out to a plot of land which you can purchase for 1000.- in addition) + 1 smaller bedroom and a shower room.

In the village 1 pharmacy, 1 small. Grocery store, otherwise in Rometta or Fivizzano. Large department stores in Aulla.

  • Region Tuscany
  • Type Flat
  • Condition Restored
  • Plot50 m2
  • Living Area139 m2
  • Location Fivizzano
  • Destination Lunigiana
  • Fireplace

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