The property is situated on the hillside above Pieve di Camaiore. The house is reached by an asphalted/ cemented road, the last bend is designed so that you can park directly in the carport. From Pieve it is about 2km on a narrow road, centre of Camaiore is 4km away. Beaches 12.
The house is a renovated former rustico and has about 150m2 on three floors + terraces.
Directly around are about 2000m2 of terraces. Insegsamt with olive grove almost 10.000.
On the slope there are other houses -one is not isolated.
From the house and the plot you have a view to the green hills and the village below and the sea.
Description of the house: Entrance into the living room with fireplace, the whole wall on the left is window front with a wonderful view. To the left is the dining room through to the kitchen - both separated by an open fireplace (which has now been separated and is only there for decoration) - open small kitchen. Next to it 1 shower room. In front of the window a terrace which can be used as a dining place (with railing).
At the back stairs to the first floor where there are 2 double bedrooms - one with en-suite bathroom, 1 small room - currently used as storage and a dressing room. 1 further bathroom, a terrace and a covered arbour. At the very top there is a large room - also with many windows and even more beautiful panoramic views due to the higher location. Here is currently a gym with various beds and sofas, sloping beams, suitable for young people group.
In the garden a staircase goes down - on this terrace there is a wooden construction, which can be protected from the sun with curtains, with dining table, oven, fridge and pizza oven.
Even deeper then the pool 10.5 x 5.50m (depth 1.60 to 3.90m).
2 barns for equipment
Many plants, citrus trees and next door olive grove with many olive trees in production.
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