Country Home - Restored for sale in Camaiore - Rustic Countryside Home

830000
Property Class
Country Home - Restored
Property Year
2009
Rooms
9
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2
Square Meters ( m² )
230
Garage
Furnished
Garden
Less than 30min from Train Station
Less than 1h from the Sea
Less than 1h from Airport

Distances From

Airports
Bologna-Borgo Panigale Airport "Guglielmo Marconi"
102 km - 63 miles
Marina Di Campo Airport
133 km - 82 miles
Florence-Peretola Airport "Amerigo Vespucci"
79 km - 49 miles
Forlì Airport "Luigi Ridolfi"
142 km - 88 miles
Unesco
Historic Centre of Florence
79 km - 49 miles
Piazza del Duomo
25 km - 15 miles
Historic Centre of San Gimignano
79 km - 49 miles
Ferrara, City of the Renaissance, and its Po Delta
144 km - 89 miles

*Please note distances are straight line measurements and are approximate

Description

Charmingly restored barn , recently refurbished , set in 1.500 sq.m. of grounds on the outskirts of Lido di Camaiore, on Tuscany 's coast and near Forte dei Marmi and Torre del Lago Puccini .It elegantly retains its old charm , with original materials such as store , cotto , marble and wood-beamed cellings . The property mesures a spacious 205 sq.m. plus a garage and study adding a further 25 sq.m The grounds include a manicured garden with an olive grove , wisteria , lemon and flowering trees .There is also a traditional pizza oven , a barbecue area , a boller room and a toolshed . The garage and study are currently used as an art studio but can be converted into guest accomodation if so desired.The property is equipped with security alarm and grilles. nternally the property has a huge 60 sq.m. lounge with marble fireplace made by famous architect .This room is divided into a living room and dining room area .This floor also has a kitchen with dining area , pantry, bedroom and bathroom.The upper floor , partly a converted loft floor ,has one study , one large room used as a walk-in wardrobe , and a double bedroom with en-suite bathroom . The land outside is large and flat enough to install a pool should you wish .

Services

Near there are shops, bars, supermarkets , poste office.The train station is in Viareggio and Pietrasanta.The airport is in Pisa or Florence.

Condition

The house is perfect , recently restored. Some furniture are left, if of interest. The house is very comfortable and pleasant with nice garden and with a view towards the hills with olive trees. Within walking distance there are shops and services.

Location

Camaiore country , in Capezzano Pianore ,with view of the hills. The history of Camaiore dates back approximately to the 190 a.C. when the Roman, once founded the town of Lucca, decided to build up some fortifications at the feet of the Mount Prana, the so called Lucensis Colony, located in the great plain (Campus Major) from which originates the name Camaiore. After the fall of the West empire, the territory was exposed to innumerable barbaric invasions, most of which leaded from Goths and Byzantins. Lucca regained the command of the city with the aid of the Longobards. Powerful palatine stole the control of Camaiore to Lucca and its people but, around in 1230, the city returned to be under the influence of Lucca and in 1308 became an administrative center. The city, badly protected, had to endure more dominations and new destructions, like the one caused by German mercenary in 1329. In 1440 Camaiore fell in the grip of Francesco Sforza and the domination of Florence. The city was again under Lucca authority in 1470, but in 1620 lost the title of “administrative center” in favor of Viareggio, that thanks to its trades, assumed a greater importance to Lucca. In 1847, the city became part of the Granducato of Tuscany under Leopoldo II, and in 1860, with the plebiscite, it was annexed to the Reign of Italy.

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