Superb 3 Bedroom Villa in Elba italy
Euroresales Property iD – 9824964
This excellent property is an independent villa which was built in 1991 and is located within Elba, Tuscany, italy.
The property includes 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, an open kitchen, lounge, studio and 2 small storage areas.
The property has 12 solar panels which can produce up to 3KW and hot water is provided to the property using a thermodynamic solar exchange panel.
The property also has central heating and uses a LPG fuelled 2000 litre tank.
The villa is situated on almost 4000 square metres of land which contains close to 40 mature olive trees and also an artesian well. A small pine wood is also nearby in the lower field.
The property has a total floor size of 130 square metres and also has a terrace area which spans 140 square metres.
Beneath the property is empty and there is a law in place which allows building under the house but not for accommodation.
The property, from its location, enjoys views of Mt. Capanna, the tallest mountain on the island and due to its West orientation has views of every sunset.
The property is being sold as unfurnished.
Distance from Capoliveri – 5KM
Distance from Porto Azzurro – 5KM
Air conditioning in both West rooms
Solar & Thermodynamic Power Sources
About the Area:
Elba is a Mediterranean island in Tuscany, italy, 10 kilometres from the coastal town of Piombino, and the largest island of the Tuscan Archipelago.
it is also part of the Arcipelago Toscano National Park, and the third largest island in italy, after Sicily and Sardinia.
The island is part of the province of Livorno and is divided into seven municipalities, with a total population of about 30,000 inhabitants which increases during the summer.
The island itself is made up of slices of rocks which once formed part of the ancient Tethyan seafloor. These rocks have been through at least two orogenies, the Alpine orogeny and the Apennine orogeny.
The terrain is quite varied, and is thus divided into several areas based on geomorphology. The mountainous and most recent part of the island can be found to the west, the centre of which is dominated by Mount Capanne, also called the “roof of the Tuscan Archipelago”.
The mountain is home to many animal species including the mouflon and wild boar, two species that flourish despite the continuous influx of tourists.
The central part of the island is a mostly flat section with the width being reduced to just 4 kilometres. it is where the major centres can be found: Portoferraio, Campo nell’Elba. To the east is the oldest part of the island, formed over 3 million years ago.
in the hilly area, dominated by Monte Calamita, are the deposits of iron that made Elba famous.
The climate of the island is predominantly Mediterranean, except for Mount Capanne, where winters tend to be moderately cold. Precipitation is concentrated in autumn and comprises a normal rainfall.
The island lies in the rain shadow of the large and mountainous island of Corsica, so precipitation totals are somewhat reduced from the mainland. Snowfall in winter is rare in the lowlands, and melts quickly.