On the charming terrace of this unique and characteristic penthouse you can completely enjoy this space of peace and relax overlooking the city of Lucca from above, with fantastic views over the historical city centre and the surrounding hills, the real highlight of this exclusive property. The attic of about 160 sqm, restructured in 2010, is located on the fourth and top floor of an historical medieval building, not served by lift but by a characteristic stone staircase lit by splendid mullioned windows.
The property is accessible from the third floor, from the passageway; a wooden staircase leads you to the mansard roof boasting peculiar exposed wooden beams.
The apartment consists of a large and bright living area with smooth cement flooring, divided into a living and dining area, through furniture arrangement. In particular, from the living area you have a splendid view of the terrace on one side and also of the historical bell towers topping the roofs of Lucca, on the other side.
Through large french windows of the living area, you access the spacious and enviable L-shaped terrace of about 75 sqm, partly covered by two amazing pergolas, of which one is used as dining area offering a large table for gatherings with friends, and partly uncovered and used as comfortable sunbathing area.
The fitted and easily dismantled kitchen is adjacent to the living room and to the exterior/internal dining areas, under the wide mezzanine. The sleeping area, paved with parquet, consists of two spacious and romantic double bedrooms, besides two bathrooms with shower, of which one for the exclusive use of the master bedroom, with freestanding bathtub.
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The property is located in the very heart of Lucca’s historical centre, at only 50 mt from the central Piazza San Michele. Moreover, this attic lies in a well served and convenient area to take advantage of the main services easily reachable on foot. The city of Lucca is traditionally called “the city of the hundred churches” for the great number of worship sites belonging to different ages, set inside the imposing tree-lined renaissance walls surrounding the city, being one of Tuscan treasures. A small and old city-state with its unchanged charm, a starting or crossing point that cannot be omitted for its artistic beauty and evocative atmosphere. After visiting this city, many foreign visitors chose this city as place of residence. Exploring Lucca means immersing yourself through the narrow streets of the best preserved historical centres, walking around the famous walls, enjoying typical local dishes in taverns and taking part in artistic-cultural initiatives. Whoever visits the city of Lucca will be positively surprised by the possibility to live peacefully every aspect of its historical centre and hilly surroundings, together with the chance to reach the sea of the famous Versilia coastline, only 30 km away.