The original residential core of the house is of rural origin, most likely dates back to the mid-seventeenth century. It is a completely independent property, leaning on the back of another property.
Around this core there have been subsequent expansion and renovation interventions, aimed at adapting the property to the needs of those who have lived there over the years. The last restoration and expansion, done by the current owners, was completed in 1993. This restoration involved the installation of the bathrooms, a new kitchen, the restoration of the ancient terracotta floors, a new heating, etc.
The total living area of about 240 square meters is spread over three floors as follows:
- ground floor: a dining room with a large fireplace and an open kitchen with two exits onto the garden.
- first floor: a living room with television, two bedrooms, a bathroom with shower and w.c.
- second floor: a large studio/living room and bedroom with fireplace, a bathroom with shower and toilet, a small room (bedroom or dressing room)
In front of the house there is a large garden terrace with pergola of about 240 square meters. and a shed with a pizza oven plus a room with laundry and w.c. From the terrace, as well as from the house, you can enjoy a beautiful 270 ° view over the Tyrrhenian Sea, Viareggio, Forte dei Marmi up to the Cinque Terre and on fine days you can see several islands such as Capraia, Gorgona, Elba and Corsica and even the Maritime Alps.
The cellar divided into four sectors for a total of about 250 square meters. The first sector used for the processing of olives and grapes and the conservation of oil and wine, the second equipped with a work bench and tools for the maintenance of the equipment of the cellar and the house, the third for the storage of machines and agricultural equipment and the fourth is used as an office.
There are also some other annexed but separate structures, at the cellar level, such as a hydrojet with Jacuzzi tub and the relative construction with changing room and shower and a prefabricated wooden house for the storage of the nets used for the olive harvest.
Overall, the covered areas of the property amount to approximately 550 square meters.