REFERENCE : 187Price :
€ 620.000Commune :
Santo Stefano Di Magra (SP)Condition :
New buildingsSqm :
3Outside space :
Terraces and land of 2.000 sq m.Energy efficiency class :
The recently constructed 240 m2, four storey villa style property is located in a magnificent hillside position at 300m above sea level and boasts panoramic views of the Apuan mountains, the Gulf of La Spezia and along the coast towards Versilia.
The property sits in around 2000 m2 of land planted with fruit trees and olives.
The living space is on the ground floor and comprises entrance hallway, a light and spacious living room from which two French doors lead onto the terrace, fitted kitchen and bathroom;
on the first floor there are three bedrooms and one bathroom and then up a level in the attic space there are a further two bedrooms and a bathroom/box room.
On the lower ground floor there is open space suitable for a fireplace plus a laundry area and studio. It would be possible to split the property into two separate apartments with independent access.
The property has a Class A energy efficiency rating and benefits from Photovoltaic panels and solar heating with both under floor heating and radiators.
Ready for installation of Air Conditioning in all areas, together with built in centralized vacuum cleaning system and satellite TV points in all areas.
The house is at no cost because the electricity, heating and hot water supply is all produced by the photovoltaic system.
Plans for a swimming pool and outdoor kitchen and barbecue have already been approved.
The property is in an excellent, peaceful hillside setting yet because of its location connects really well with most of the local places of interest such as Lerici and Portovenere (less than 20 mins), plus all the other towns along the Gulf of Poets, the World Heritage
Site Cinque Terre villages, Versilia, the medieval villages of Lunigiana and the famous marble caves of Carrara. And, here’s a novelty not to be missed.
In August there’s the “Sagra della Scherpada” which is a community festival based around the a type of vegetable pastry cooked in terracotta dishes over wood fires.