An immaculately presented manor house with garden, fully and tastefully restored, in beautiful tuscan countryside close to amenities. This attractive 4-bedroom stone property is located in sunny position with panoramic views overlooking the countryside, in private position, but not isolated, within walking distance to the local medieval hamlet and 10 mins from the nearest town with shops and facilities. The building has been recently fully and superbly restored with great attention to detail maintaining the property original character and features including period ceramic floors, internal wooden doors, stone vaulted ceilings and marble open fireplaces. In addition, the property is provided with the most recent and top quality utility plant installations-systems which make it an ideal comfortable permanent home as well as a luxury holiday villa for the entire family. Inside it measures approx 355 sq m of living space arranged over 3 floors comprising four bedrooms ( one is a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and shower room), three bathrooms, a spacious fully equipped kitchen with marble open fire and dining area that can accommodate 10 people, a living room with open fireplace, a laundry room, a storeroom, a small cellar and a typical tuscan -style sitting room with kitchen and doors opening onto the garden ideal for having lunch with family and friends. The property is being offered for sale fully furnished including the antique pieces of furniture and finishings. The property includes 2.300 sq m of garden where it is possible to build a swimming pool, with picturesque views across the vineyard and olive groves of tuscan countryside.
This attractive 4-bedroom stone property is located in sunny position with panoramic views overlooking the countryside, in private position, but not isolated, within walking distance to the local medieval hamlet and 10 mins'drive from the nearest town with shops and facilities. It benefits from spectacular views across the vineyards and olive groves typical of Tuscan countryside and it is located only 15 mins' from the city of Pontremoli, with its picturesque town centre with ancient palazzi, a magnificent theatre, one of the oldest in Italy, a railway station offering regular services to the cities of Parma, Milan, Bologna, Livorno and motorway access which enables us to reach the sandy beaches of Forte Dei Marmi along the Tuscan Riviera within an hour's drive.
For those who love skiing, the ski resort of Zum Zeri is only 25 km away, while for those who use to travel the airports of Parma, Pisa and Genova are all an hour's drive.
The land of Lunigiana has a great convenient location between the sea and the mountains, within 1 hour from the main airports of Pisa, Genoa and Parma. This land is wonderful rural land dotted with medieval castles and villages, it is still untouched and features spectacular panorama.
Lunigiana is considered the “unspoiled” part of Tuscany, a charming hidden gem.
The long sandy tuscan beaches are only 30 mins drive, while the Cinque Terre are easily reachable by car or by local train, while for those who love skiing the nearest ski resort is only 40 mins.
It is the ideal position for all those seeking a private peaceful setting without being away from the rest of the world.
The Lunigiana is an historical territory of Italy, which today falls within two districts and administrative regions. The “high-middle Lunigiana” is located at the extreme north of Tuscany, in the district of Massa Carrara. The “low Lunigiana” is positioned in the district of La Spezia along the last stretch of the Magra river.
It has always been a land of passage and a natural corridor between several areas located in the Po Valley, Tuscany and Liguria.
A prosperous land where time seems to have stopped, the landscape has maintained its original charm and the signs of man have been preserved for centuries and engraved in stone and marble: the mysterious and prehistoric Stele statues, the numerous and fascinating castles, the Romanic medieval churches, the typical medieval villages, the ancient paths of Via Francigena and a series of remarkable and refined works of art from the medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods. Show more Show less