It seems to hear the echo of ancient battles in this land between Lucca and Pisa provinces: the remains of ancient medieval towers and the ruins of an ancient castle are still visible in the area, witnesses of bloody wars . In a slightly elevated position, surrounded by a park of more than 6,000 sqm, this elegant and spacious villa was built in the early twentieth century, set on two floors with a surface of 345 sqm, plus an attic of another 170 sqm.
The residence, inhabited until a few years ago, presents on the ground floor entrance hall, large living room, dining room, kitchen with fireplace with a nearby pantry and a room with both indoor and outdoor access, enclosed with glazed windows, ideal as a winter garden. Upstairs there is a large hallway and five bedrooms, two of which have en suite bathroom, and large bathroom. On the second floor, accessible from a wooden staircase, there are four room for storage. The villa has unique original features as it has in every room a floor of a different nature such as cotto bricks, elegant “graniglia”, esagonal tiles, etc .. while some rooms are characterized by beams, others by arched ceilings: in any case every room has incredible heights that give luminosity to every living space. The villa is in good conditions but still needs cosmetic works and some modernization. The land, partly terraced and wooded, develops around 6,000 square meters, partly in abandoned condition. The location is just a few minutes from the walls of Lucca, the sea of the Tyrrhenian Coast and Pisa, with a good level of privacy though not isolated.
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The Monti Pisani delineate the northern boundary of the province of Pisa, separating it from Lucca. Peaks are not very high but the scenarios are different: gentle slopes and valleys crossed by streams.
The mountains have a vegetation of chestnut and pine trees, while their slopes have different appearance due to the growing of vines and olives. The long road that runs along the slopes of the Pisan mountains, called simply “lungomonte”, is characterized by small villages and castles, monasteries, churches and ruins of aqueducts.</div>