Immersed in the Tuscan countryside between Lucca and Pistoia, is this historic residence with chapel whose construction was completed around the middle of the 1700s, surrounded by 5 hectares of land mostly olive groves and the rest woodland. The dominant position allows for a magnificent view of the surrounding plain. The property of about 600 sq. m. is spread over two levels and a basement floor and is composed as follows: on the ground floor we find a beautiful and large entrance to the living room with access to the external porch/garden, an elegant fitted kitchen with marble flooring and value, adjacent dining area, two guest bathrooms, utility room and technical room.
On the first floor we find the sleeping area consisting of four bedrooms each with private bathroom, a study and closet. From this floor there is access to the terrace which leads to the garden. The basement floor consists of two bathrooms, kitchen and large garage.
The garden is characterized by a series of terraces connected by a stone staircase enriched by a nymphaeum and a decorated fountain. The garden is a fine and precious example of eighteenth-century design, of which the original and refined decorative apparatus is clearly legible, which refers to the Lucca models of villa gardens.