This charming property is located in the most historic part of Castiglione della Pescaia, in a building of the 1600, has two entrances and measures about 450 square meters plus a panoramic terrace that faces both the sea and the countryside.
Castiglione della Pescaia is one of the most famous seaside area of the Tuscan coast. Characterized by the cleanliness of the beaches and numerous seaside resorts, it remains one of the favorite destinations of summer vacationers. This property is located right in the old town of Castiglione, a few meters from the Medieval Fortress. Castiglione is about 20 km from the famous Punta Ala’s and Marina di Grosseto’s beaches. The provincial capital, Grosseto, is about 28Km away. The nearest airport, that of Pisa, is about 130Km far.
The property is on three levels. On the ground floor, with independent access from the characteristic street, we find a large living room, double bedroom with bathroom, storage room, central heating and storage room; from this level starts an elegant staircase in peperino stone that leads to the two upper floors, the last of which returns to be a ground floor with entrance from the street parallel to the previous one. The intermediate floor consists of a large living room with a stone fireplace, a kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. The top floor (ground from the upper street, first from the street below) consists of lounge with fireplace and dining room, access to the pleasant and panoramic terrace where you can enjoy a wonderful view both towards the sea and towards the countryside, kitchen, hallway used as studio, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms one of them en suite.
State and finishes
The property is in a good state of conservation and only needs modernization and possible verification of the state of the plants. The floors of the living rooms are brick and terracotta while the ceilings are mostly beamed and partly covered in wood.
The property lends itself perfectly to be experienced as a summer residence, being convenient to services and not far from the sea.