A spectacular villa perched on a hill only 11 Km from Lucca offering stunning views of the city and Apuan alps. Spacious interiors furnished with a flair for luxury this is a truly charming Tuscan retreat. Ideally situated only Florence 45 min, Lucca 10 min, Siena 100 min, San Gimignano 90 min, Le Cinque Terre 40 min, Tuscany's golden beaches within 30 minutes drive This wonderful villa also benefits from air-con, mosquito netts at all windows, an outdoor pizza oven, ping pong table and plenty of lawned area for children to play.
The villa's interior presents a perfect fusion of antique and modern furnishings. The rooms are spacious with high ceilings displaying their original wooden beams. The floors have maintained their original red terracotta tiles, and the warm and traditional atmosphere is completed with fine furniture. Throughout the villa guests can admire precious paintings and objects of art
Sitting room with an open fireplace leading to a large loggia with sitting and dining areas. Well-
equipped kitchen with a glass door to the garden. WC. Laundry room. Outdoor dining area.
Large, two-storey sitting room with a marble fireplace. Two twin bedrooms, each with an en-suite
bathroom with bath. Twin bedroom with an en-suite bathroom with shower. Two double bedrooms
sharing a bathroom with shower.
Studio with double sofa bed and fireplace. After the studio there is the master bedroom with
characteristic beams and furnished with impeccable and refined taste in delicate colours which help to
relax. The bedroom has an ample bathroom with shower and jacuzzi bath. On awakening you can enjoy the view of the surrounding forest.
Pool house with changing room with fridge, 2 sngle beds, WC and separate shower.
The swimming pool 7x1 4 is large and well-equipped with all the necessary amenities for relaxing or sun-bathing poolside. An additional gazebo provides a covered area where one can enjoy cool summer breezes. A small nearby annexe serves as a changing room and is also equipped with a bathroom, shower, refrigerator and two single beds. Outside, the villa appears as a long building dressed with its original stone walls and displaying, on its left side, what looks like a series of red brick decorations. Typical of Tuscan rural buildings, the red brick patterns that today appear as decorations were once the perforated walls of barns, built in such a way as to allow the circulation of air throughout, so as to keep the hay from rotting. The garden is characterized by an English lawn embellished with large vases containing flowers, citrus trees, aromatic plants and creeping vines. In fact, running all around the building is an arbor covered with different varieties of climbing plants that guarantee cool shade in the living and dining area. The house has two outdoor areas: the first, flanking the shorter wall, where couches, armchairs and small tables provide a comfortable lounge area for relaxing moments; the second, located near the kitchen, where a table and chairs are set up for dining in the cool shade