Villa in Sicily on the beach side Sicily, Palermo, Cefalu
1.300.000 € + 3.66% incl. VAT

No, the beach is not private, because he can not be private, but more or less. Theoretically, a hotel guest could go from about 200-300m away, but otherwise the bay is quasi private - also because the hotel has its own also with stairs.
These objects are rare, you do not just hear the sea, you smell it. And the olive grove here ..... To the left of the property are villas, which are well rented in the summer, behind a residence.
The house was built in 1965, renovated in 2000, certainly there is some work to be done.
There are 5 bedrooms, each one has a heat pump, water community + own water source. 3 bathrooms, a small room, living room, fireplaces. Enormous terrace.



  • Region Sicily
  • Type House
  • Condition Need renovation
  • Plot9850 m2
  • Living Area160 m2
  • Location Cefalu
  • Destination Palermo
  • Olives
  • Terrace
  • Seaview
  • Fencing
  • Garden
  • Near to sea

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