Between Pisa (35 km) and Florence (77 km), in the arms of a magnificent park of about a hectare, surrounded by an aura of calm and a sense of security, there is a historic residence with the same charm of the past.
The entrance gate opens the way to a wonderful alley of ancient cypress trees, which leads to the square with the facade of a delightful villa. The residence rises on three floors with an additional attic level. The total living area is about 1.229 square meters, plus 79 square meters of terraces. On the top of the villa there is a gazebo, from which you can enjoy a spectacular 360 degree view.
The ground floor is a hall decorated with frescoes, classical motifs adorn the walls and high ceilings, while along the center of the wall opposite the entrance a large arch leads to the stairs that connects to the upper floors. Around the hall there are two rooms, a living room, a dining room, a beautiful kitchen with a fireplace, a small dining room, a storeroom and a delightful private chapel. Behind the stairs there is an independent area consisting of a dining room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
On the first floor there is a magnificent representative hall, fully decorated with frescoes, around there are 5 bedrooms, served by 3 bathrooms, as well as an additional two rooms, currently designed for offices, but potentially can be used as bedrooms. On both sides of the living room there are two large terraces, access to which is from the office and the bedroom, while on the front side of the hall there is a long balcony overlooking the alley and the park.
On the second floor there are seven more rooms, which are served by three bathrooms. On the secondary stairs you can climb to the fourth, attic floor. It has a large central room and eight additional rooms, which are currently used as an attic, but have enough height to accommodate the various departments. Some frescoes were painted in the eighteenth century by the artist Ademollo, whose paintings also belong to one of the premises of the Palace in Lucca (Palazzo Ducale di Lucca) and the Royal Palace of Pisa (Palazzo Reale di Pisa).
More than a hectare of private park with trees and avenues, framed by shrubs, which also surround all property ownership, perfectly complemented by a large stone fountain that is used for cooling in summer.
This villa is the perfect compromise between a closed-type villa and a classic-style country house rich in historical luxury, making it an ideal solution as a private representative residence, in less than half an hour from the sea, Pisa and the airport.