Surrounded by the enchanting landscape of the hills of Lucca and immersed in a flowery great garden, this prestigious property for sale in Lucca combines Tuscan style and refined elegance. The well-kept and flat land, over 3800 square meters, houses two buildings: the main villa and a service annex. The entire structure, dating back to the 1920s, has been completely renovated with extreme care to every detail during the 1990s and is in excellent condition. The main villa, of about 535 square meters, is spread over three levels; on the ground floor there are a double living room, a spacious tavern with an adjoining kitchen and pantry, a bathroom. On the first floor there is an additional living area consisting of a large sitting room, a bathroom, kitchen and dining area which leads to the beautiful outdoor terrace. A first sleeping area, consisting of three bedrooms and two bathrooms, completes this floor. On the second floor, disengaged from a large atrium, there are a games room, four bedrooms and two bathrooms.In the area dedicated to the pool we find a dependance, of about 160 square meters, used in part as a caretaker’s house (or possible service staff) and in part as a shed for garden furniture and equipment.To complete this secluded and exclusive residence there is a large swimming pool with comfortable sunbathing areas, a barbecue zone and a play area for fun and outdoor sports, all within a splendid panoramic setting framed olive trees and rows of vines.
The property is located in Gragnano area in the municipality of Capannori. All the main services are located at 2 km, along via Pesciatina and a small grocery store is at just 200 mt. The property’s strategic position is extremely convenient to reach all the main Tuscan art cities such as Lucca at 12 km, Pisa at 40 km, Florence at 70 km, besides Montecatini, Pescia and Collodi. Moreover, the beaches of Versilia are only 40 km away.
Lucchesia area includes a flat territory of about 300 sq km (called “La Piana di Lucca”) extending around the historical walled town, as well as a hilly landscape surrounding and protecting the flatlands of Lucca.
The hills of Lucca are dotted with aristocratic villas featuring peculiar architectures and lush parks, old medieval parish churches, small towns full of history, besides vineyards rows and olive groves on terraces which depict the most authentic features of this land that makes Tuscany famous all over the world.
This is a territory that does not only enclose remarkable historic and artistic beauties but also traditions, culture and an excellent cuisine with its most widespread products: wine and oil.
The area includes the eastern part of the Province of Lucca (municipalities of Lucca, Capannori, Porcari, Altopascio, Montecarlo, Villa Basilica, Pescaglia) and the area belonging to the Nievole Valley which embraces some townships bordering the Province of Pisa (Buggiano, Chiesina Uzzanese, Massa and Cozzile, Montecatini Terme, Monsummano Terme, Pescia, Pieve a Nievole, Ponte Buggianese, Larciano, Lamporecchio and Uzzano).
The Plain of Lucca also includes some municipalities such as Bientina and Castefranco di Sotto, located on the north-eastern edge of the Province of Pisa, as well as part of the municipality of Fucecchio lying on the far western end of the Province of Florence. Show more Show less