A tastefully and fully restored detached house with private garden and car park, ideally located in the lovely medieval town of Pietrasanta. When this charming property was built in the early 1900s it used to be a marble workshop, then in 2014 the building was fully and tastefully restored by its present owners who converted it in to a modern and luxury detached house. It benefits from an absolute convenient location, in the picturesque town centre of Pietrasanta, well-known for its marble and bronze workshops, artists and monuments that attract people from all over the world, within walking distance of shops and facilities. Despite its central location, the property is easily reachable by car and has its own private car park. From the parking area you can reach utility room and storeroom, both situated on the rear side of the building, while on the front is a small yet lovely garden with Jacuzzi and sitting area, where having "al-fresco" dining or relaxing during summertime. Inside this home has been cleverly designed to make superb use of the space. It offers comfortable accommodation comprising open plan kitchen with dining and living area, wc, storeroom, a large double bedroom and a bathroom /shower room on the ground floor. The magnificent glass staircase leads up to the first floor that features the second double bedroom with bathroom/shower room and a large mezzanine level, overlooking the living area, currently being used as a study. The property features top quality materials and modern technology that make it a prestigious exquisite house ideal both as holiday home and main residence.
This exquisite property is located only 50 metres from the quaint and atmospheric seaside village of Pietrasanta, with shops, restaurants and facilities within walking distance. The sea is just 4,5 k away while the renowned coastal town of Forte dei Marmi is only 6 km away. (15 mins’ drive).
Pietrasanta, old medieval town, is considered the historical capital of Versilia. It is an attractive destination for cultural and niche tourism. It has been defined the “small Athens” of Versilia for its concentration of artists who decided to live there and boasts a long tradition of marble working. The historical centre is a village with a perfect geometrical form conceived as ideal Christian city, with the main route forming a cross with the square and the four crosses of the side streets. The heart of this enchanting historic centre, full of monuments, is the Cathedral, collegiate church of San Marino, and its wonderful square with two main pedestrian streets dotted with fashionable shops, trendy boutiques, art galleries, pubs and typical restaurants in a constant stream of citizens and tourists.
The city, lying at the foot of the hills that join the plain to the Apuan Alps, the Municipality of Pietrasanta, and its city centre, includes several areas: heading towards the sea, you find the well-known seaside resort of Marina di Pietrasanta with its large tourist affluence and its districts of Fiumetto, Tonfano, Motrone and Focette. The sea, a thick pinewood, a lot of shops, pubs and restaurants, market stalls and children’s playgrounds characterize all the area.
Moreover, on the hills you find the hamlets of Strettoia, Vallecchia, Valdicastello Carducci, immersed in the green and peace, besides the panoramic Capriglia and Capezzano Monte with splendid views of Versilia coastline, ranging from Palmaria Island, in the Gulf of La Spezia, to the coast of Livorno and the Island of Gorgona up to Corsica Island. Show more Show less