Noble villa with majestic views over the sea and the Apuan Alps
This villa was commissioned to an English architect by a descendant of one of the most powerful families in Italy and built at the end of the 19th century. Its current owners carried out an extensive restoration in 1970. The property spreads over 2 levels at the front, and over 4 levels at the back. A landing with a double flight of stairs leads to the cellars and to the lower level of the garden. Another staircase connects the villa to a spacious terrace overlooking the Apuan Alps, from which, on the finest summer days, you can admire the islands of Capraia and Gorgona. The property is currently divided into 2 units. The first unit features an internal circular staircase, connecting all levels. It includes a cellar, various accessory rooms, a kitchen with a large dining area, 3 different living areas, 4 bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and wardrobe. On the 5th floor the staircase gives access to a turret and a splendid loggia with majestic views over the sea and Apuan Alps . The 2nd levels are connected by an internal wooden staircase.The lower floor includes a basement, a cellar and a laundry room.The ground floor is composed of a living area with kitchen, an open plan living room, a dining room, a sitting room, a delightful corner terrace, 4 bedrooms, a study room and a sitting room with skylight.The 4th floor comprises a large terrace with panoramic views. Adjacent to the villa, a fully glazed building provides shelter during the winter season for an enchanting lemon house. The estate is surrounded by a beautifully maintained park with olive groves, secular trees and selected blossoms overlooking the delta of the river Magra and the marble quarries.
Please note all distances and measurements are approximate and for security reasons, are not representative of the exact location of the property. For more information on the precise location of the property and its surrounding area, please contact the listed Property Adviser.