A plus to this prestigious property is given by an estate immersed in a private park and olive grove of more than 43,000 sqm and splendid sea views.
Set in one of the most charming and remarkable places of Versilia hilly area, the three-storey villa of about 430 sqm was built at the highest and panoramic point of the hill belonging to the property.
From the main entrance, you go through about 300 mt of private road bordered by rows of cypresses and a well-groomed olive grove with more than 1,300 olive trees that produce more than 10 quintals of oil of the highest quality. Adjacent to the villa is a large flat garden of about 5,000 sqm, embellished with flowers and high-value ornamental plants, featuring a large swimming-pool with wide outdoor sunbathing areas paved with valuable marble in addition to changing and technical rooms.
From the swimming-pool, pergolas, patios and terraces you can enjoy breathtaking panoramas of the sky, sea, surrounding hillsides and of the old village of Monteggiori, being immersed in a unique setting which reaches the peak of its beauty in glowing sunsets.
From a structural viewpoint, the original building was completely readjusted, reinforced and extended in 2004 including high-quality and precious finishes, materials and plants.
The villa noble floor consists of an entrance portico, a spacious living room of about 45 sqm dominated by a large marble fireplace and connected to a wide outdoor terrace with pergola and sea views. Also on this floor, you find a large dining room adjacent to a well-equipped and convivial kitchen in addition to a first bathroom with shower.
On the first floor, the sleeping area, connected to the living room through a splendid marble staircase, comprises three suites with dressing room, one bedroom and a private bathroom, besides a wide panoramic terrace.
The lowest floor of the residence features a large tavern with kitchen, suitable for convivial lunches and dinners with friends, externally connected to a pleasant porticoed patio with oven and barbecue area, besides a laundry room, one bathroom, a pantry and technical/service rooms. All the three-storey floorings and claddings (including those of porticos and terraces) are made of high-quality marble or natural stone, boasting outstanding finishes and hand crafting.
Valuable marbles such as “Calacatta Oro di Carrara” (almost impossible to find) which Michelangelo used to sculpture his works of art, “ Giallo di Siena, “Cipollino verde” from the Apuan Alps, black “Saint Laurent” with golden veins, “Rosso Verona”, “Botticino” and “Travertino”, besides teak floorings in the sleeping area.
The property installation plant includes a number of different alarm systems and video surveillance, lighting and outdoor irrigation system with water emulsion from the aquifer at a depth of 230 mt, electric and cutting-edge heating systems.
This property also comprises a car park, an outbuilding of about 50 sqm for guests and service staff, in addition to several agricultural buildings and tool storages for a total of about 400 sqm covered premises. Show more Show less
The estate lies in a hilly area of Camaiore municipality, along a road leading to the hamlet of Monteggiori and Santa Lucia at just 6 km from the wonderful historical centre of Pietrasanta and at 8 km from Camaiore centre and Versilia coastline, conveniently reachable in a 15-minute drive. The glamorous city of Forte dei Marmi, full of high-class shops, is only 10 km away. All the main public and private services are placed at about 3 km away in the hamlet of Capezzano Pianore.
Camaiore is a very wide community which stretches from the fascinating peaks of the Apuan Alps to the Tyrrhenian Sea, in the heart of Versilia, an area full of charme and tradition. Its territory can be ideally divided into four major areas: Seimiglia hills, the capital with its valley, the plain of Capezzano and the coastline of Lido. Indeed, this area is one of the few places in the world where one can find such a combination of landscapes and sceneries: from the sea to the hills, from the mountains to the lakes, from the beach to the Apuan Alps Natural Park. Camaiore has Roman origins and it is worth visiting its pretty, ancient village centre, where the predestrian street of Via Vittorio Emanuele represents the decumano and the hub of the historical centre; here and in the nearby streets there are all the main services, shops, pubs, restaurants, and so forth. The hills of Camaiore hinterland are the perfect destination both for nature lovers and culture enthusiasts. From the several and peculiar hilly hamlets, one can admire fantastic natural landscapes, also with a view on the coastline and historical and artistic beauties, immersed in the green and silence of the countryside. From the hilly areas, the centre of Camaiore, the seaside and the beaches of the famous Versilia Riviera can be conveniently reached by car in just a few minutes. The hilly hinterland allows to go walking, cycling or horse riding and the mountains, easily reachable by a short drive, offer a broad range of routes. Show more Show less