Situated in an extraordinary location in the Versilia hills, just ten minutes from Pietrasanta and within easy reach of bars, restaurants, and stores, this charming 15th-century estate, built by the Simi family and later enlarged by the Pisans in 1778, is a true historic gem. Set in magnificent Italianate gardens on two levels in a 4000-square-meter wooded landscape, the U-shaped main dwelling covers about 500 square meters on two levels and an 80-square-meter basement. On the ground floor, a consecrated chapel, library, dining room and kitchen provide a fascinating setting. Upstairs, a charming living room, four bedrooms and other refined spaces. The basement houses a cellar originally used for winemaking. The property boasts two stone terraces, Italianate gardens, a picturesque pond with goldfish, and a variety of green spaces. On the eastern side, next to the chapel, is a garden with medicinal plants, herbs and citrus trees. An upper part of the grounds provides a green space with vegetable garden, lavender and lemon trees. Possibility of building a comfortable swimming pool.
An authentic reminder of bygone eras, the property fits harmoniously into its surroundings, maintaining its authenticity over time.
Pietrasanta, at the foot of the Apuan Alps in Tuscany, combines mountains and sea just 5 kilometers from Versilia. With Roman roots, it is historic center of marble mining, preserving squares, churches and art.
Famous as an art center, it attracts international artists with galleries and workshops. Summer events include concerts and festivals.
The cuisine reflects Tuscan tradition with dishes such as focaccia and fish.
Accessible via Pisa and Florence airports, the city captivates art and nature lovers.
5 km from Pietrasanta
5 km from the sea
50 km Pisa G. Galilei Airport
100 km Vespucci Airport Florence