Property ID : Rif: V0047-18*
For Sale €.38.000 - Semi-detached house
SAN ROMANO – [V0047] – This apartment of 60 sqm approx is for sale in the village of San Romano in the municipality of Borgo a Mozzano. Built on 3 levels the entrance on the ground floor leads into the living room which boasts a fireplace and a very small kitchen which still has the original porcelain sink and that at the moment has been put in the space under the stairs. Internal granite stairs lead from the living room up to the second floor which consists of a bathroom with a shower, two double bedrooms, one of which opens onto a balcony that over-looks the cobbled square. On the semi-interred level is a small cantina. A small separate room has been created in the space under the balcony by putting in large glass windows.
As soon as you step outside the front door you find yourself in a medieval paved square and you could almost imagine you have stepped back in time several hundreds of years.
The property requires some work doing to it but it would make an excellent holiday property.
San Romano is al delightful village at 440 msl only 6km from Borgo A Mozzano.
Borgo A Mozzano is only about 6km from San Romano and offers all the major services including a train station, a school, a bank and shops.
Lucca is only 35 km away by car and offers restaurants, museums, and other interesting attractions such as taking a bike ride on the Roman walls which surround the city.
Pisa airport is only 74 km away (1hr ) and the beaches of the Versilian coast are 64 km away (1hr) (Viareggio, Forte dei Marmi).
Interesting facts about San Romano
Immersed in the green hills overlooking the Turrite valley, surrounded by mountains, protected from winds, lies the village of S. Romano, a hamlet of the town of Borgo a Mozzano. It can be reached along the provincial road at the bottom of the valley and a municipal road, which starts from Turrite Cava. In ancient times the town was called Spulian and was located on the ridge of the mountain; following a plague epidemic, the surviving population descended below, in the place where the village is currently located and there they built the church in about 1220, dedicating it to San Romano. Inhabited today by less than a hundred people, it was once a very populated agricultural village: it is testified by the numerous uninhabited houses or sold to residents of other areas, who use them during the summer. The inhabited center is characterized by a very modest building typology, but overall, harmonious and pleasant, with cobblestone streets and houses supported by arches and vaults.
- EPI: kwh/m2 anno
- Rooms: 5
- Energetic Class: 8