Villa de 4 chambres à vendre à Fivizzano

Fivizzano, Lunigiana, Toscane, Italie

€520 000

 [£456 300]

Villa de 4 chambres à vendre à Fivizzano

in Fivizzano

€520 000

 [£456 300]

Détails du bien immobilier

  • Chambres: 4
  • Salles de bain: 3

Description complète

Situated on the hills above Fivizzano, in a private but panoramic position, the property is made up of two restored detached houses with land of approximately 1,400 sqm (around a third of an acre) with fabulous valley views. Possibility of swimming pool subject to planning permission. Access to the property is through a private, gated driveway, lined by cypress trees which winds through beautiful land planted with vines and olive trees. Perfect for a home and income opportunity, or for a fabulous home with separate guest unit.

The largest part comprises: Kitchen with fireplace, living-room, cupboard and bathroom on the ground floor, and upstairs are two bedrooms and bathroom. Both levels have access to the outside via the covered terrace which leads to their respective patios and from there to the garden.

The smaller part, which can be used independently comprises: Kitchen with fireplace, dining-room and cantina on the ground floor, and upstairs, large living-room, bathroom and a bedroom. Possibility of creating a further bedroom. Outside the private patio includes a wood-burning pizza oven and a pergola.

The property is connected to utilities - mains water, mains electricity and gas.

The village is in a lovely spot, full of sunshine and with views all the way down the valley. There is a friendly local community and some wonderful walking trails all around the region where there are extensive marked footpaths to explore. Fivizzano is a medieval walled town with a central cobbled piazza and is often referred to as the Florence of Lunigiana. The bustling town hosts many cultural events over the summer with concerts in the piazza and reenactments of medieval parades. With its musical heritage the town also attracts international musicians during the annual folk music festival. There is a hospital, shops, supermarkets and restaurants and there is a Medici fountain in the middle of the main piazza which hosts a busy weekly market. The ice creams from either of the bars at opposite sides of the piazza are a real treat.

Aulla is one the largest towns in Lunigiana; it has a good selection of shops, supermarkets, medical centre, public transport and links to the motorway. The historic town centre is the site of a marble fountain built in the year of Italian unity and the 16th century fortress called La Brunella is perched on a hill overlooking the town. The fortress now houses the Museum of Natural History of Lunigiana. Enjoy the colourful market hosted in the town centre every Saturday morning.

Each year Pontremoli hosts a large festival, 'Medievalis' when the town is transformed into Medieval times with medieval camps, horse joisting, flag throwing competitions, live music, markets and street food. It also hosts the prestigious Premio Letterario Bancarella, the Italian literary prize voted for by booksellers originating from 1953 when first won by Ernest Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea”. It is a lovely town to wander through, and the cathedral is definitely worth a visit. The nearby village of Filleto also undertakes a total transformation in August to host four days of medieval market stalls, traditional food, artisans and displays around the Italian summer holiday of Ferragosto. There are numerous country farm restaurants (agriturismi) to discover nearby serving local specialties and excellent walking trails abound. The small town of Villafranca is close by, set on the banks of the river Magra, and offers a selection of shops and restaurants, schools, chemist and one of the best cheese shops in the area.

There are many great day trips to explore. Lucca is a beautiful Tuscan town protected by massively thick 16th-century walls, featuring some of Italy's finest medieval and Renaissance architecture, superb dining, antique markets, classical and rock music at the Lucca Summer Festival and with easy access to stunning nearby villas in the surrounding hills. The central Piazza dell'Anfiteatro in the centre is stunning. Pietrasanta is a historic medieval and artistic town in northern Tuscany sometimes called the City of the Artists or Small Athens for its marble studios and monuments. It is an important centre for working marble and was used as a marble source by Michelangelo. And, of course, the art and architectural treasures of Florence are a must.

The Ligurian coastline is within easy reach. The Cinque Terre (UNESCO World Heritage site) is made up of the five fishing villages: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore and the 18km of coastal walks along the old mule-tracks between them, the most famous of which is the Via dell’Amore. Just south of the Cinque Terre is Portovenere where you can catch a ferry to the Cinque Terre or to Lerici, swim at Byron’s Bay or visit one of the islands Palmaria, Tino or Tinetto. The villages of Lerici and San Terenzo, each with impressive castles, face each other across the Gulf of the Poets and Tellaro has been named as one of the top 100 most beautiful hamlets in Italy. Neighbouring Fiascherino is just as beautiful. In addition to being known as a seaside tourist town, Viareggio is famous for its Carnival in February and the Puccini Festival during July and August. So the Ligurian coastline offers endless possibilities for days swimming or sailing, or for catching a boat trip or for simply taking a 'passeggiata al mare' and sipping an aperitivo.

The Ligurian coastline is special and Lunigiana, the northernmost part of Tuscany, is magical. The rolling landscape is liberally sprinkled with castles of Medici or Malaspina vintage and the year round calendar of festivals offer wonderful local specialities to try in each of the ancient towns and villages. The airports of Pisa, Parma and Genova are all just over an hour away.

Distances: Fivizzano (shops, supermarkets, restaurants) 2 km, Aulla (autostrada) 15 kms, Pontremoli 20 km, Lerici (beaches) 40 km, Cinque Terre 50 km, Pietrasanta 60 km, Lucca 90 km, Pisa (airport) 100 km.

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