A character stone farmhouse, fully and tastefully restored in traditional Tuscan style, occupying a private position, nestled in Tuscan hills with panoramic views across the Apuan Alps. This charming property is ideal for all those seeking privacy and tranquillity, in fact it is in isolated position, yet only 5 mins from amenities ( less than 2 km away). The farmhouse is reachable by car via a short track of approx 500 metres that connects the property to the main road. Outside it is surrounded by a mature terraced ground of 4.200 sq m (one acre) with orchard, olive grove and a stone outbuilding currently being used as storehouse. The building, dating back to early 1900s, has been restored by its present owner maintaining the property original character. Nowadays, it offers comfortable accommodation comprising a spacious kitchen and wide dining room, both with door opening onto the patio with pergola where having “al-fresco” dinner with family and friends, large and bright living room with sitting area and open fire, bathroom and laundry room on the ground floor ( 140 sq m). The first floor measures 106 sq m and features a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom /shower room, single bedroom, double bedroom and bathroom. A large attic room of 44 sq m offers scope for further conversion and can be used as bedroom or studio-office. There is possibility to build a pool.
This charming property is situated within the territory of Municipality of Massarosa, in the village of Bargecchia, approx 10 km away from Massarosa town centre and less than 2 km away from the village of Corsanico with shops, café-bars, grocery and restaurants. Massarosa, town of Roman origins, is a major tourist, agricultural and industrial centre, located to the west of Viareggio between Sarzanese road and Massaciuccoli lake and has a territorial structure spread among hills, plains and lakes. The area is dotted with a lot of exclusive villas (dating back to the 16th and 19th centuries), villages and historical churches. Massarosa is also well known for its natural beauties, especially for the famous Massaciuccoli Lake inside the natural Park of Migliarino, San Rossore, Massaciuccoli. The park extends along the coastline between Pisa and Lucca and also includes the former Presidential Estate of San Rossore, the pinewoods of Tombolo and Macchia Lucchese. In 2005 the Park was awarded with the European Diploma of Protected Areas and, thanks to its rich fauna, is a LIPU oasis, as well. The most outstanding hilly areas, if considered from a panoramic point of view along the shoreline, are Corsanico, Bargecchia, Mommio Castello, Montignano and Pieve a Elici, where one can appreciate breathtaking natural sights, historical and artistic beauties, immersed in the greenery and tranquility. From those hilly areas, the centre of Massarosa, the seaside and the beaches of the famous Versilia Riviera can be conveniently reached by car in just a few minutes. The hilly hinterland allows to go walking, cycling or horse riding on the old paths of the pilgrims along the Via Francigena.