In an exclusive panoramic position on the Versilia hills, between the Apuan Alps and the Mediterranean Sea, just ten minute drive from Pietrasanta, known as the home of many artists since the time of Michelangelo Buonarotti, is this iconic estate dating back to the 15th century. Built by the Simi family, important local merchants who traded marble, in 1700 the villa passed to the noble Pisani family and was enlarged and rebuilt in 1778. Surrounded by beautiful Italian gardens arranged on two levels, which extend over 4000 sq. m. inside. of an enchanting wooded landscape, there is the main residence with its annexes. The plan of the villa has a U-shape, with an area of about 500 sq. m. which is distributed on two levels and a basement of about 80 sq. m. On the ground floor of the main house there is a large entrance, a magnificent consecrated chapel, closet, bathroom, library, dining room and kitchen. Two stairs lead to the upper floor where there is a beautiful living room, four bedrooms, walk-in closet, office, bathroom and three closets. The basement houses the cellar, once used for winemaking with the original beaten earth floor still intact, storage room and laundry. The property features two natural stone paved terraces and two Italian gardens arranged on two levels and a delightful pond with goldfish and lilies. On the eastern side of the house, next to the chapel, there is a garden with medicinal plants, aromatic herbs and various citrus trees. In the upper part there is a delightful green space partly cultivated with vegetable garden, lavender and lemon trees and also has ample space for a potential pool area. This is a unique property of its kind, beautifully placed in its context, and which has kept its old-time soul intact over the years.