An attractive Liberty-style villa with private access to the beach, guest-house and land, situated in the renowned Tuscan Riviera, within a short stroll to restaurants and cafés. This is a rare opportunity to renovate a character untouched Liberty style villa with private access to the beach and stunning sea view. The property enjoys an exclusive convenient location, along the renowned Tuscan Riviera, overlooking the sea, within walking distance to town centre with shops, restaurants and facilities including railway station easily reachable within 10 mins' walk. The main villa, dating back to 1913, measures approx 225 sqm of living space arranged on 2 levels, requiring renovation, comprising main entrance-hallway, a spacious kitchen with door opening onto the courtyard, a large dining room, wide living room, a studio-office room and bathroom on the ground floor. A beautiful original staircase connects the ground floor to the first floor, this level features four spacious and bright double bedrooms ( 3 have sea views), and a bathroom. Close to the villa is the lovely guest house that measures approx 80 sq m and features a big panoramic terrace with spectacular sea views, inside it consists of kitchen, two double bedrooms and bathroom, this bungalow is an ideal space to accommodate your guests or staff. Outside the buildings are surrounded by a large courtyard, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the magic atmosphere, and a lovely terraced garden with private access to the lovely beach. The property benefits from private driveway and a large space in the courtyard where parking 3-4 cars.
This attractive Liberty-style villa with private access to the sea, enjoys an exclusive convenient location, along the renowned Tuscan Riviera, within walking distance to town centre with shops, restaurants and facilities including railway station easily reachable within 10 mins' walk. The property has a very convenient position for those who use to travel, in fact the international airport of Pisa is only 40 km away and is reachable in 30 mins' drive, while Tuscan cities of art such as Lucca, Florence and Siena are all easily reachable within one-day-trip. The Etruscan Coast is a long narrow stretch of coastline along Tuscany's coast, from Livorno to Piombino. The name of this beautiful coastal area is tied to the presence of the Etruscan civilization that inhabited this land from the beginning of the 9th century BC (way before the Romans), as so many archeological sites demonstrate today. At the Archeological Park of Baratti and Populonia, in the Gulf of Baratti between San Vincenzo and Piombino, you can nowadays visit one of the most important sites, including a large necropolis, in this area left by the ancient Etruscans. The Coast of the Etruscans is a still unknown area to be explored as it offers different and unforgettable scenarios from place to place. In the first stretch of shore from Livorno to Castiglioncello the coast is rocky, further south as from Rosignano there are sandy beaches for over 80 up to the promontory of Piombino, while In Quercianella the shore features picturesque little pebbly bays. The sea is very clear and full of fishes in this area, ideal for those who love fishing.