INFO: T Maremma STICC 1

Property Description

Tuscany, Maremma (*), beautiful country house from the mid-1900s, in a quiet and panoramic position between Sticciano Scalo and Sticciano Alto (Roccastrada, Grosseto), with easy access, with a long and spacious porch, surrounded by a garden of about 1/2 hectare completely fenced, 35' from the sea and the beaches of Castiglione della Pescaia (Grosseto); it is a particular property of considerable charm;

the two-story house has an area of about 370 square meters; on the ground floor there is a large living room with fire place, kitchen with fireplace, 1 bedroom, 1 storage room, 1 bathroom, 1 toilet; on the upper floor, which can be accessed both via an ...

... an external and internal staircase, there are 4 bedrooms, some overlooking the panoramic terrace or the large veranda, 2 bathrooms;

along the back of the house runs a walkable ditch, used as a cellar and storage room;

the property is also completed by a garage shed, a greenhouse, a wooden hut used as a storeroom;

there is also an approved project for the construction of an outbuilding of about 120 square meters and a swimming pool; a couple of rooms located at the end of the building, plus one of the bathrooms, can be separated from the rest of the house and become an independent apartment with an independent entrance;

the property is connected to the public aqueduct, to the electricity grid; the boiler for hot water and heating is powered by methane gas; on the roof there are solar panels for hot water and there is sufficient surface area for the installation of photovoltaic panels with a contribution from the Italian State;

ASKING PRICE: €620,000 vaguely negotiable

Nb the property is being sold because the owner is widowed; It is NOT a direct contact but is managed by a real estate broker

(*) Maremma, is the wildest part of Tuscany, where nature is still preserved, with long clean sandy beaches with dunes protected by the Mediterranean pine tree fragrant forest; clear sea water; breath taking sunsets with panoramic view over the Tuscan islands; all around are ancient hill towns, with nice shops and restaurants, where you can taste the traditional Tuscan cuisine and wines; fishing harbors, where you can buy good fish, or take a boat for a daily cruise to the islands. Distances: 2h driving from Florence; 1 ½ h Siena; 1 ½ h Pisa, Livorno, Volterra; 2 ½ h Roma