Liguria, La Spezia, Sarzana

€ 720,000

Price € 720,000
Location Liguria, La Spezia, Sarzana
Bedrooms 4
Land 10000 SQM
Total Area 275 SQM
Within 1 hour of an airport Yes
Close to amenities Yes

Detached villa set in the hills above the medieval market town of Sarzana with distant sea views.

The property comprises 1 hectare of land with mature olive trees and some fruit trees. There is a lawn to the front of the house.

Reached along a gated drive there is ample parking at the villa.

Entered to the large living room with doors leading out to the covered terrace and steps to the lawned garden, kitchen with fireplace, study room, bathroom;

4 bedrooms, of which 2 with terrace and one with en-suite bathroom, further bathroom with bath.

The villa is connected to main services with central heating.

Land extending to 1 hectare with a small outbuilding.

Distances: Sarzana 7 km, Bocca di Magra: 13 km, Lerici/Golfo dei Poeti: 12 km, Fiascherino/Tellaro: 14 km, Portovenere: 30 km, Portofino: 80 km, Genova: 100 km, Carrara/marble quarries: 25 km, Versilia/Forte dei Marmi: 35 km, Pisa (airport): 70 km, Lucca: 60, Firenze: 120 km.

Sarzana is a vibrant medieval market town with large elegant central piazza and cobbled lanes meandering through the town flanked with coffee shops and antique stores. During the summer months Sarzana often hosts festivals from dining in the piazza to concerts to open air events stages along the lanes.

Both the coastal areas of Versilia and the Gulf of the Poets are 7 km away with good public transport connections. Sarzana also has a stationwith direct trains to Pisa, Florence, the Cinque Terre and Genova.

The Gulf of the Poets is an enclave with a group of three islands at its tip, fishing villages with exceptional fish restaurants, as well as opportunities for sailing, canoeing, snorkelling or just relaxing on one of the beaches hidden in craggy bays around Fiascherino or Tellaro. The easiest way to get around the gulf is by boat which runs between Lerici, La Spezia and Portovenere or on to The Cinque Terre. The name Gulf of the Poets is from the literary connection as some of the world?s most famous poets including Shelley, Byron and D H Lawrence lived here at some time.

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