This charming village house is situated in the district of “Borgo”. From the south-facing terrace, stunning views over the historic centre and the Doria castle can be enjoyed. Thanks to house’s location on the village fringe, wonderful sunshine can be enjoyed throughout the year and access to the house is effortless and does not involve any steep rises. It is possible to drive up to the house with the exception of the final 40 m, which are however level with the ground. Dolceacqua’s intact infra structure is in walking distance and offers a selection of shops, bars, restaurants, medical services, a school and a nursery. The natural stone house has been lovingly renovated in 1990 and offers 90 qm of contemporary living comfort inside a historic building. On the ground floor are the entrance hall and a spacious cellar room, which could be turned into a studio. A comfortable staircase leads up to the first floor’s spacious landing and one bedroom, a small bathroom and a storage room. On the second floor are the eat-in kitchen and one smaller bedroom. Stairs from the kitchen lead to the beautiful roof terrace (10 qm approx.). An awning protects the terrace from sun and wind, making it an attractive place to spend time on, even during the cooler periods of the year. Adjacent to the terrace is a small living room. The overall finishing of the house is of a high standard, featuring a number of fitted wardrobes, terra cotta floors, slate treads and cast iron banisters throughout. All windows are double glazed and fitted with protective nets and shutters. The house has gas central heating connected to communal gas; broadband connections and sat. TV fittings are available on each floor level.
Property descriptions and related information displayed on this page are marketing materials provided by Terra Italia. Zoopla does not warrant or accept any responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the property descriptions or related information provided here and they do not constitute property particulars. Please contact Terra Italia for full details and further information.