Splendid historical luxury villa situated within a park in a tranquil green area offering spectacular views of the surrounding landscape and a high level of privacy. Just a few kilometres from the centre of Lucca, the complex consists of the main villa of approximately 550 square meters and two annexes of 250 square meters and 300 square meters respectively all which is immersed in a large perfectly maintained garden.
The settlement originates around the year 1000 and was created by a noble family of Longobards. The family erected several buildings in the area including the church of Saint Maria which was constructed on the remains of a small early medieval church. The property is easily reached via a private road with a large automated gate that leads to the parking area with several covered parking spaces.
The main villa is distributed over three levels and includes 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms in addition to a large living room with fireplace, a dining room with another fireplace, a kitchen and a splendid library.
Through the open spaces of the Lemon House, one arrives at the two annexes each of which have exposed stone facades. Both of the annexes have been renovated with taste and refinement and each one hasf 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The former barn annex located near the swimming pool has a large pergola for outdoor dining and a large room in the basement which is used as a cellar.
The property includes a 144 sqm swimming pool surrounded by a wonderful green park, a large agricultural area with olive groves and vineyards, a pond, private parking, an outdoor play area for children, and a stone house in the woods of 30 sqm with a mezzanine. Steeped in history and full of prestige and refinement, every comfort is provided and the beautiful natural landscape is exceptional
Lucca is rich in historical luxury properties and carefully preserved landmarks such as the amphitheater, the forum, and the Romanesque churches. According to some historians, the original ancient Ligurian settlement probably owes its importance to the Etruscans. Occupied by the Goths and then by the Byzantines, Lucca then became one of the most important capitals of the Lombard kingdom. Over the years, various domains have followed one another but what is certain is that Lucca was one of the most important cities of the Italian Middle Ages and its grandeur and magnificence is still evident today.
Distances: Lucca 10 Km – Pisa 11 km – Florence 82 km – Viareggio 32 Km – Forte dei Marmi 43 km – Golf club 28 km – Thermal baths 5 km – Ski resorts 74 km – Pisa airport 18 km