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Located on the main street in the heart of the historic center of the magnificent medieval village of Massa Marittima, in the Tuscan Maremma, this large and bright penthouse apartment is ideal both as a main residence and as a holiday home, including as an investment.
▸ The home, with its characteristic beamed ceilings, consists of
▸ and through a separate entrance
Exterior windows are double glazed. The heating is provided by gas or with a wood stove.
The apartment could be used immediately, or after a minimal restyling in order to update the interior to current tastes.
Located on the top floor, tranquility is a given; there are no annoying noises of people walking above it.
In recent years the roof of the building has been redone, as has the facade. There remains the need to plaster and paint the staircase, work not yet planned. The building does not have a lift, so ordinary condominium expenses are modest, around € 300 per year.
Once known as a significant mining center, today Massa Marittima is important for tourism, history, art, culture and gastronomy.
As for services, Massa Marittima is well provided for: supermarkets (Coop and Conad), bars, restaurants, the post office, banks, the San Andrea hospital, schools, pharmacies.
The splendid beaches of Follonica are about 25 minutes away, as is the railway with direct connections to Rome, Naples, Genova, Pisa, Firenze and Milan.
The Follonica train station, about 20 minutes away, provides direct service to cities including Rome, Milan, Florence, Genoa, Naples, Pisa and Grosseto. International airports are easy to reach in Pisa, Florence and Rome.
|Area (m²) m²|
|Kitchen 🍳︎||Cucinotto · Pantry|
|Lift / elevator 🛗︎||✗|
|Garden / Yard 🏡︎||✗|
|Swimming pool 🏊︎||✗|
|Parking 🚗︎||Pubblico · Public|
|Condition||Necessita di aggiornamento · Needs updating|
|Heating 🔥︎||Gas, Wood|
|Est. expenses (€/month)||25|
|Tax at time of sale|
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