Nestling on the first hillsides of Versilia, in the municipality of Massarosa, this prestigious property is set in its own grounds of approximately 4500 sqm.
The land, which is completely fenced off, consists of a well-kept garden, an olive grove with approximately 80 trees and a wonderful swimming pool with a view of the surrounding hills.
The villa, for sale in Tuscany, is on two levels for a total of about 205 sqm, connected by two internal stairwells, which allow convenient access to the sleeping area on the lower level.
On the upper level, on the ground floor of the villa, the entrance hall connects the spacious living area with fireplace and large windows that connect the living area to the panoramic outdoor terrace, as well as the equipped and spacious kitchen.
Descending to the lower level of the property, on the basement level with a height varying from 2.25 to 2.40 metres, is the sleeping area, consisting of four large double bedrooms connected to the outdoor garden, as well as three bathrooms with shower.
On the roof of the villa, with access from an external staircase, is located the solarium sheltered by a lovely gazebo, where one can eat during the summer days with the exceptional view of the hills and the Versilian sea, cooking freely outdoors thanks to the outdoor area equipped with a wood-burning oven and barbecue.
Completing this prestigious property for sale in Tuscany is the large swimming pool with sunbathing area, a woodshed, an oven with barbecue area, and a small warehouse for storing gardening equipment, as well as three parking spaces, two outside the property and one inside.
This villa for sale in Versilia is located on the first hill in the municipality of Massarosa, which can be easily reached by car. The main services are about 2 km from the house, the sea and the beaches of the marine coast of Viareggio are about 8.5 km away.
Massarosa, a town of Roman origin and an important tourist, agricultural and industrial centre, is located to the west of Viareggio, between the Sarzanese provincial road and Lake Massaciuccoli, and presents a territorial conformation distributed between hills, plains and lake area. The area is dotted with numerous stately villas dating back to the 16th and 19th centuries, villages and historic parish churches. Massarosa is also known for its natural beauty, in particular for the famous Lake Massaciuccoli within the Migliarino, San Rossore, Massaciuccoli Natural Park. The Park extends along the coastal strip between Pisa and Lucca and also includes the former Presidential Estate of San Rossore, the pine forests of Tombolo, Migliarino and Macchia Lucchese. In 2005, the park was awarded the European Diploma of Protected Areas and, due to the richness of its fauna, is also a LIPU oasis. Of the numerous hillside hamlets, the most significant in terms of panoramic views of the sea coast are Corsanico, Bargecchia, Mommio Castello, Montignano, and Pieve a Elici, where one can admire fantastic natural panoramas and historical and artistic beauty, surrounded by greenery and tranquillity. From the hillside hamlets, the well-serviced centre of Massarosa, the sea and the beaches of the famous Versilia Riviera can be easily reached in a few minutes by car. The hilly hinterland allows for walks in the countryside on foot, by bicycle or on horseback, following the old pilgrim routes on the Via Francigena.