The rustico is situated on a sheltered south-west facing sloping hill, surrounded by olive groves and in the vicinity of the small Chapel “San Gregorio”. The view stretches over the surrounding mountain ranges and the wide valley all the way to the sea. The terraced grounds measure 4,006 sqm and are mainly planted with olive trees.
The natural stone building is of a solid structure with an intact roof and is perfectly suited for a renovation project. The rustico offers a total of about 90 sqm split over three levels as well as a 12 sqm south-facing terrace. The floor levels are currently connected by an external staircase and could be internally connected by adding adding an extension. The basement as well as the middle level feature typical vaulted ceilings. The two upper rooms have large panoramic windows – a rare find in this area.
According to building regulations, an extension of the building by a maximum of 20% of the existing volume is possible. Furthermore, the plot has a building index, which allows an additional extension or a new building of about 40 sqm living space and 50 sqm utility space. Water and electricity are in the surrounding area and a connection is easily possible.
The property is accessed by a well-maintained road. The final 200 m is a private road and only partially covered with concrete yet still manageable for normal cars. Dolceacqua is 4.5 km or a 10 minutes drive down the road. The pretty medieval village offers an intact infrastructure with various excellent restaurants and shopping facilities. Sanremo is 40 minutes away, Bordighera is 20 minutes down the road and the Côte d’Azur with Nice International Airport can be reached within the hour.
The commission amounts to 3,66 % of the sale price inclusive VAT and is payable by the buyer.