Fabulous stone house with three bedrooms, ready to restore, together with significant outbuildings and land. Set in a great location with nice views.
The property also includes garage, two small outbuildings and one large (100 sqm) on two levels. On the ground floor are two ‘cantina’ (store rooms) a large garage and a further room. Upstairs to the first floor is a kitchen and three further rooms. There is central heating.
There is a barn on two levels, a large outbuilding of 100 sqm and two smaller outbuildings, which could all be restored to provide a great collection of buildings. The land extends to 1,800 sqm. Set in the countryside in a tranquil location and with beautiful views.
L’Architrave partners with an independent Geometra who can design and project manage a restoration project, overseeing a great team of builders and tradesmen. This excellent and experienced team have produced a number of impressive restorations in the area.
Mulazzo is well known for connections with Dante. It is said that Dante was exiled here and it was here that he wrote the purgatory of the famous ‘Divine Comedy’. There are several hill villages set amongst the chestnut groves and streams and rivers that criss-cross the lush green landscape. There is a pizzeria / restaurant in Mulazzo, a wine bar and a friendly café on the piazza. The village also hosts a museum on the life of Dante as well as a book shop. The town of Barbarasco is just a few minutes drive and has a good selection of shops and restaurants as well as cafes, chemist, schools, etc.
The medieval market town of Pontremoli (with motorway and train station) has excellent restaurants and shops and a beautiful cobbled piazza and castle. The Apennine ridge of Logarghena famed for its wildlife and beautiful walks can each be reached in 15 minutes, The ancient town of Pontremoli has been built between two rivers as an expansion of the central castle and wherever you look you will find elegant palazzos with internal courtyards overlooking the river. The cobbled lanes leading up to the castle are flanked with stone houses and interlinking arches. The twin arched roman bridges are the gateway on either side of the town. Pontremoli has a good selection of shops and restaurants, a theatre, hospital and the famous Castello which houses a museum. The central Piazza della Repubblica has traditional cafés where you can mingle with writers as the town hosts the most important Italian book prize and literary festival each summer. Don’t miss the imposing white marble Cathedral and colourful street market on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Lunigiana is a magical part of Tuscany. The rolling landscape is liberally sprinkled with castles of Medici or Malaspina vintage and for lovers of the coast the sea is only half-an-hours’ drive away. The golden sandy beaches around Lerici and the pebble coves of the Cinque Terre (UNESCO World Heritage Site) are ideal for swimming and sailing. The area is criss-crossed with marked footpaths for walks to the hills and mountains. The airports of Pisa, Parma and Genova are all just over an hour away.
Distances : Pontremoli 8 km (motorway and train station), Aulla 10km, Lerici (beaches) 40 km, Cinque Terre 45 km, Parma (airport) 90 km, Pisa (airport) 95 km, Lucca 95 km, Florence 120 km.