This prestigious country house occupies an exclusive, convenient position, only 5 km away from the Tuscan Riviera, with views across the islands of Elba, Capraia and Gorgona, close to the towns of Cecina, Pisa and Leghorn. It is easily reachable by car and benefits from a large underground garage where it is possible to park various cars.
The property has been tastefully and fully restored over the past decade and provides large and comfortable accommodation arranged on 4 levels comprising a large entrance-hall, 2 living rooms, a wide sitting room, dining room situated adjoining the enormous kitchen and two bathrooms on the ground floor. The ground floor rooms feature large french windows opening onto the garden making the living area a bright and sunny space. Upstairs, the first floor features 7 double bedrooms, (5 of which with en-suite bathroom) and a big panoramic terrace overlooking the olive grove and the coastline, while the attic consists of two rooms and bathroom. A self-contained apartment on the ground floor comprising bedroom, bathroom and kitchen is ideal for your staff or guests.
A large flat garden extending up to 2 hectares ( 5 acres) surrounding the villa offers a great outside space where relaxing and enjoying the Tuscan sun or just refreshing in beautiful 10x20 infinity pool.
This prestigious country house occupies an exclusive and convenient position, only 5 km away from the Tuscan Riviera, with panoramic views across the islands of Elba, Capraia and Gorgona, a few kilometers away from the towns of Cecina, Pisa, Livorno and close to Tuscan cities of arts such as Florence, Siena and Lucca. The coastal town of Castiglioncello with shops, restaurants and facilities, including railway station, is only 15 mins' drive.
The Etruscan Coast is a long narrow stretch of coastline along Tuscany's coast, from Livorno to Piombino. The name of this beautiful coastal area is tied to the presence of the Etruscan civilization that inhabited this land from the beginning of the 9th century BC (way before the Romans), as so many archeological sites demonstrate today. At the Archeological Park of Baratti and Populonia, in the Gulf of Baratti between San Vincenzo and Piombino, you can nowadays visit one of the most important sites, including a large necropolis, in this area left by the ancient Etruscans.
The Coast of the Etruscans is a still unknown area to be explored as it offers different and unforgettable scenarios from place to place. In the first stretch of shore from Livorno to Castiglioncello the coast is rocky, further south as from Rosignano there are sandy beaches for over 80 up to the promontory of Piombino, while In Quercianella the shore features picturesque little pebbly bays. The sea is very clear and full of fishes in this area, ideal for those who love fishing.