Nestling cosily in the heart of the ancient stone village of Sant'Anastasio, this traditional property has a lot of character and just needs a bit of redecoration to show it off to its full potential. The walls and roof are believed to be sound so this shouldn't be an expensive undertaking.
The views from the house are of the village and neighbouring rooftops while Sant'Anastasio itself has far-reaching mountain views.
There is a general store in Sant'Anastasio and a café/general store in the neighbouring village of Petrognola (1km). The bustling medieval mountain village of Piazza al Serchio, about 3km away, provides many shops and amenities, including an open-air swimming pool.
Piazza al Serchio is on the main Pisa/Lucca to Aulla train line and is about 1.5 hours from Lucca and less than 2 hours to Pisa by car (and a bit less by train).
60 square metres over 2 floors + two “cantine” (wine cellars).
Paved space ideal for “al fresco” dining outside front door.
Car port next to house.
Ground floor: Kitchen/dining/living area; storage room; shower room; small toilet housing WC and wash hand basin; Bedroom 1.
Upper floor: Bedrooms 2 and 3.
Wine cellars: Two large, thick-walled rooms with electricity and hot and cold running water.