“Ponte del Vegnuti” is an entire medieval stone village, built in 1200, which has been completely renovated and converted into a self-contained luxury complex. It is surrounded by 10 hectares of meadows and parks, crossing the land is the river Bardine.
The property is easily accessed from the motorway which is just 12 km away. This wonderfully atmospheric village boasts the following facilities: swimming pool (16×8), tennis court (standard), solarium, gym, Hammam with steam room and dry sauna, massage/relaxation salon, barbecue area, fitness room, children’s playground, satellite television, Wi-Fi, and plenty of parking space. The renovation was carried out with the utmost respect for the ancient architecture and unique features. In addition to the aforementioned facilities the property has a total of thirteen individual apartments which could also work as offices if desired.
The offer includes all fixed furnishings such as kitchens, wall cabinets, fixed lamps and heating systems in all units, excluding the XIV century tax collection office from which 3 apartments can be obtained, as well as the annex. There is the possibility (permission) of a further construction for 1,000 m3 of volume.
“Ponte del Vegnuti” is located in a strategic position, since from there it doesn’t take long to reach the seaside: at about half an hour distance there are some of the most beautiful seaside resorts in Italy: Versilia, Lerici, Portovenere and the Cinque Terre.
Lunigiana is located on the border between the regions of Tuscany and Liguria. This land used to be inhabited by the Etruscan population which capital was Luni (that’s why the name Lunigiana). In the historic museum of Pontremoli you can admire the “Statue Stele”: statues made of stone, using the thread-like technique created by the Etruscan population, that date back to the 3rd millenium B.C. These statues were an inspiration for artists of our age, namely Modigliani and Giacometti. “Borgo del Vegnuti” is located in the heart of this historic context”. The culinary art is not less antique than the sculptural art, indeed nowadays, as it was in the past, the inhabitants still cook the “foccaccette” made of wheat or sweet corn (white or yellow) in terra-cotta plates and served with sliced salami and hams, cheese and the local wine.