A mountain view in Bagnone, Tuscany, Italy

Listing Description

"Typical stone house requiring renovation set in a small village on the slopes of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines. The property is divided into three units and it can be restored creating three apartments or it is possible to have a large property with a detached guest house. The smallest unit comprises kitchen and large living room with balcony with amazing views over the valley. The other two units, set in a building nearby, can be connected each other and consist of entrance hall, 3 cellars, hall, bathroom and 3 bedrooms on ground floor; 3 cellars on lower ground floor. A courtyard in common leads to a characteristic stone gallery and there is a garden accessible through an old carved portal."

OHDO Notes

Agency site says 2637 square feet with 11 rooms (6 bed, 4 bath).

Location: Bagnone, Lunigiana, Tuscany, Italy. At the time of this post, priced at €80,000 ($90,863 USD). For more information on this property contact Michael Antico with Lunigiana 2000 .

Additional info: Rightmove.co.uk
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4 Comments

  • Kelly, Admin

    Kelly, Admin

    One day I want to move to France, the next Italy. This reminds me of the Smoky Mountains in the states, that might be a closer move. 🙂 I could see fixing this into a partial Air BNB while living or vacationing in the other.

  • leighlev

    That view! What a cute little place to fix up any way you want. I wonder how easy it is to get contractors out to do work? The price is definitely decent to leave room to get the work done.

  • RitaB

    I think I would prefer parts of France, too. And I have little Italian language to rely on, and that’s the only place I’ve been in Europe that I felt I really needed a lot more to get along day to day.
    U.S. eastern mountain ranges are certainly more accessible to me as well; but I’ve been looking regularly since July and can’t find anything to compare for this kind of money. Funny to think cheaper over there; at least in the acquisition. Food markets are fantastic, too. Mais oui!!

  • Laurie W.

    This house would reward every drop of sweat and every penny put into it. I can see it, done simply and comfortably — just imagine living with that soul-restoring view! I’m in!

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