Between Tuscany and Liguria, in the heart of Lunigiana, a few kilometres from Sarzana and the motorway exit and close to the Gulf of Poets with its renowned seaside resorts, stands this completely renovated structure, currently used as an agritourism.

Originally it was an old water mill, completely made of stone, located in a suggestive valley with a stream surrounded by greenery, on the sides the characteristic Ligurian terraces on which numerous olive trees, lemons and typical Mediterranean products grow.


The ancient path of the Via Francigena passes right here, leading pilgrims from the countries of northern Europe to Rome. The stones of this ancient path, partly still visible, together with the stone bridge that leads to the land on the other side of the stream, always part of the property, are also from the Roman period. This bridge, also of Roman age, is called “Hannibal’s Bridge” because it is said that from there, he passed with his army on the descent towards Rome over 2,000 years ago.

The location is particularly fortunate because it enjoys a favourable microclimate, pleasant even in the winter months and cool in summer thanks to the water course that runs alongside. It is an incredibly peaceful place, an oasis of peace for those seeking silence and contact with nature; foxes, roe deer and wild boars are the neighbours…

As for the property, it is a completely renovated building, on several levels staggered across the territory, for a total of approximately 480 square meters. Currently, in addition to the home of the property, it is used as an accommodation facility with an agritourism and restaurant open to the public from spring to autumn.

Each room or apartment has its own bathroom and independent entrance, with terraces or outdoor spaces overlooking the pool or the stream below. The land of the property is about 20,000 square meters plus 6,000 square meters of wood. Eventually there is other adjacent land available in large part cultivable, with numerous olive trees planted that already produce a fair amount of excellent quality oil.

The asking price is € 680,000


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€ 680,000


Tuscany is a precious territory full of historical and unique treasures, famous all over the world. It is mostly made of hills, which give it that typical aspect and make it so beautiful and recognizable, while being surrounded by the Apennines.

Among its natural beauties, the Riviera dei Fiori in Ponente, the Cinque Terre and Portofino in Levante stand, passing through beautiful port cities such as Genoa, the region capital. Bordering to the west

This Italian region is rich of art cities and small picturesque villages with an immense cultural heritage, everywhere embraced by breath-taking views of the countryside and the hills. Not to mention its islands and the beautiful coast, all topped off with delicious cuisine and wines, known for being one of the best in the world.

Here you can get in touch with some of the most important monuments and places of inestimable artistic and architectural value: such as the Brunelleschi’s cupola, The Uffizi and Ponte Vecchio in Florence, or the famous Torre Pendente in Pisa and the spectacular Piazza del Campo in the centre of Siena.

In this magical land you could have everything you need or you have dreamed of, from the cities full of art and history, to the vast fields of hills, the beautiful beaches and the seaside, everything just a few kilometers away from each other. What more could you desire?

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