Noble hillside residence near Lucca, dating back to 17th century, with panoramic views, parkland, a chapel and guest accommodation. Having been painstakingly restored this Tuscan villa provides the utmost in 21st century comfort alongside wonderful original features and frescos.
In total the estate has 12 hectares of land and 3,000 sqm of floor area across the main villa, the casa colonica with its two guest apartments, the chapel and the two floor ‘Tinnaia’.
Tuscany. The name is very ancient and derives from the ethnonym used by the Latins to define the land inhabited by the Etruscans: "Etruria", then turned into "Tuscia" and then into "Tuscany". Even the borders of today's Tuscany correspond in principle to those of ancient Etruria, which also included parts of the current regions of Lazio and Umbria, up to the Tiber.
Until 1861 it was an independent entity, known as the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. Since then it has been part of the Kingdom of Sardinia, of the Kingdom of Italy and today of the Italian Republic.
The regional capital is Florence, the most populous city (382 000 inhabitants), as well as the main historical, artistic and economic-administrative hub; the other provincial capital cities are: Arezzo, Grosseto, Livorno, Lucca, Massa, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato and Siena.
Viale Piave 21, 20129 Milano
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