Magnificent neoclassical villa located in the countryside very close to Lucca. With a beautifully designed geometric facade on the exterior and two spacious side terraces adorned with ancient terracotta statues, the home is equally stunning on the inside with its’ intricate frescoes, grand staircase and other architectural highlights. This impressive nineteenth century treasure is surrounded by a lovely garden of about 3,000 square meters with palm trees, pines and oak trees.
The villa is spread over three floors:
Upon entering the villa, there is a majestic entrance hall with splendid columns leading to various service rooms (kitchen, tavern, cellar) and an apartment. The main floor is reached by a Matraia stone staircase with a beautiful vintage cast iron railing.
On the first floor, is a broad hall with adjoining study, a living room, several bedrooms and bathrooms, and two side terraces. In many of the rooms the frescoes have been expertly restored and conserved under the direction of Giuseppe Del Debbio, academic of the University of Florence, and sculptor.
The second floor which was the former residence of the servants, has sloping ceilings with exposed beams and requires renovation. It is currently made up of 7 rooms in addition to the bathrooms.
There is an outbuilding that can be used as a caretaker’s house and an annex.
The facades on the exterior need renovation.
Various parking spaces and a garage are available.