The generous internal spaces and the large garden are the peculiar features of this characteristic property, located at only 1300 metres from the beach of Marina di Pietrasanta. The villa, which recalls the classic English country houses, is surrounded by a well-kept and large garden of about 1450 square metres and develops over three levels - basement, raised floor and first - for a total of about 415 square metres. The main level, on the mezzanine floor, consists of an entrance hallway that disengages a study, an office-wardrobe room, a guest bathroom in addition to the large and bright living room with dining area and the adjoining large kitchen-diner. The living room is connected to the patio and to the garden by large French windows. The sleeping area, on first floor, consists of six large double bedrooms, three bathrooms and a comfortable closet. In the basement, with driveway access on the front of the villa, there is a large garage, a spacious tavern and several rooms used as cellars and storage in addition to the heating system machines. On the street, there are several parking spaces and there is also the possibility to add a large swimming pool to the garden.
This exquisite villa is situated in the coastal town of Marina di Pietrasanta along Tuscan Riviera, in a very peaceful tranquil location, only 1 km away from the sea and local amenities. The renowned towns of Forte dei Marmi and Pietrasanta are both 5 km away.
Pietrasanta, old medieval town, is considered the historical capital of Versilia. It is an attractive destination for cultural and niche tourism. It has been defined the “small Athens” of Versilia for its concentration of artists who decided to live there and boasts a long tradition of marble working. The historical centre is a village with a perfect geometrical form conceived as ideal Christian city, with the main route forming a cross with the square and the four crosses of the side streets. The heart of this enchanting historic centre, full of monuments, is the Cathedral, collegiate church of San Marino, and its wonderful square with two main pedestrian streets dotted with fashionable shops, trendy boutiques, art galleries, pubs and typical restaurants in a constant stream of citizens and tourists.
The city, lying at the foot of the hills that join the plain to the Apuan Alps, the Municipality of Pietrasanta, and its city centre, includes several areas: heading towards the sea, you find the well-known seaside resort of Marina di Pietrasanta with its large tourist affluence and its districts of Fiumetto, Tonfano, Motrone and Focette. The sea, a thick pinewood, a lot of shops, pubs and restaurants, market stalls and children’s playgrounds characterize all the area.
Moreover, on the hills you find the hamlets of Strettoia, Vallecchia, Valdicastello Carducci, immersed in the green and peace, besides the panoramic Capriglia and Capezzano Monte with splendid views of Versilia coastline, ranging from Palmaria Island, in the Gulf of La Spezia, to the coast of Livorno and the Island of Gorgona up to Corsica Island. Show more Show less