The modern architectural lines of this important villa fits into the beauty of the surrounding landscape, maintaining the sloping of the first hills, close to the property.
The designer has carefully planned the harmonious collocation of the building in the natural environment, minimizing the visual impact, thanks to the construction of a large sloping roof and two wide terraces with green areas which ensure visual continuity from the garden to the building, up to the hills located behind the villa. The property, built in 1988, is in excellent maintenance condition and stands on four different levels.
From the well-kept garden you access the living area on the ground floor after passing through a large outdoor portico, connected to a spacious and relaxing sitting room paved with cotto and dominated by a majestic fireplace, through a large french door.
At a slightly higher level there are a large dining room and an adjacent kitchen, externally connected to another comfortable patio, perfect venue for lunches and dinners outdoors. The ground floor also includes a storage room and a bathroom.
The upper floors, standing on the first and second attic floor, are connected to each other, through two distinct stairwells.
On the first floor, the sleeping area (paved with parquet and built on two different levels) consists of a master room with en-suite bathroom, a large panoramic terrace, besides a further double bedroom with terrace, a single bedroom with balcony and bathroom.
On the second attic floor you find a wide space used as study room with a large panoramic terrace. There is a possibility to build a fourth bedroom and an en-suite bathroom, too.
A spiral staircase connects the kitchen/dining area with a spacious basement floor featuring a wide tavern equipped with kitchen, being an ideal place for gatherings with friends and relatives. Adjacent to the tavern, externally connected to the garden behind the villa, there are a spacious cellar/pantry and a technical room.
This important property also includes a mostly flat land of about 2700 sqm, partly planted with more than 30 olive trees and partly used as garden hosting a wooden tool shelter.
In the garden there is a possibility to build a large swimming-pool. A wide car parking space is connected to the road through a driveway entrance, located on the back of the villa. Show more Show less
The property lies at about 3 km from the centre of Massarosa and 5 km from the motorway entry while all the main services are at 200 mt from the house and are easily reachable on foot. The sea and the beaches of Viareggio are at 13 km away.
Massarosa, town of Roman origins, is a major tourist, agricultural and industrial centre, located to the west of Viareggio between Sarzanese road and Massaciuccoli lake and has a territorial structure spread among hills, plains and lakes. The area is dotted with a lot of exclusive villas (dating back to the 16th and 19th centuries), villages and historical churches. Massarosa is also well known for its natural beauties, especially for the famous Massaciuccoli Lake inside the natural Park of Migliarino, San Rossore, Massaciuccoli. The park extends along the coastline between Pisa and Lucca and also includes the former Presidential Estate of San Rossore, the pinewoods of Tombolo and Macchia Lucchese. In 2005 the Park was awarded with the European Diploma of Protected Areas and, thanks to its rich fauna, is a LIPU oasis, as well. The most outstanding hilly areas, if considered from a panoramic point of view along the shoreline, are Corsanico, Bargecchia, Mommio Castello, Montignano and Pieve a Elici, where one can appreciate breathtaking natural sights, historical and artistic beauties, immersed in the greenery and tranquility. From those hilly areas, the centre of Massarosa, 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 on the old paths of the pilgrims along the Via Francigena.