Built in the 1920s the property still oozes the charm and sophistication of the Art Noveau era with wonderful original features such as patterned floor tiles and frescos.
The Main Villa
The 450 m2 of floor area is spread over three floors with spacious reception rooms on the ground floor and a kitchen leading onto a dining terrace. The main hallway of the Tuscan villa centres around a grand marble stairway that leads to the upper storeys.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms and two bathrooms and the top floor provides a further two bedrooms and a bathroom. The top floor if required can be sectioned off to provide a separate guest apartment.
The house has been restored and then maintained to an excellent standard with the original features well preserved throughout.
The Gardens and Grounds
The villa is accessed via an olive tree lined path bordering the gardens and terraces leading to the garage and a parking area.
From the villa one is lead onto the two main terraces which provide shaded areas for outdoor living and dining in the summer months to enjoy the sun and views at different times of the day.
On the lower garden, away from the view of the house, one finds the swimming pool.
The working area of the garden is found to the rear of the house with vegetable plots and green houses. 80 olive trees produce the annual family's consumption of olive oil.
Located just 6 km from central Lucca allows easy access to a full range of services by car, taxi or bus. In 30 minutes one arrives at Pisa airport and/or at the coast (Forte dei Marmi).