Lovely detached villa with pool, beautiful gardens and fantastic views situated in the hills between Lucca and Pisa.
The property (220 sq.mts) has 5 large bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a spacious well-fitted kitchen, laundry room and elegant lounge leading to patio and gardens. Well furnished and very comfortable with every modern convenience. An ideal place to relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the beautiful surrounding countryside. Very conveniently situated, it offers an excellent base for day trips to most of the famous places of interest of Tuscany and it is only 30 mins away from the Versilian coast.
Villa La Magnolia: This lovely detached house is situated in the hills with views of
Lucca and is only 5 mins walk from local shops and bar.
Lucca is about 6 kms away and supermarkets about 4 kms.
The well kept gardens and patio are equipped with garden furniture and long table seating up to 16 people.
Lucca: The city of Lucca is entirely surrounded by medieval fortress walls and is almost completely closed to traffic. Passing through the ancient Roman gates one is transported back in time. It is possible to meander on foot or bike through the narrow paved streets and tall buildings which seem to lean out to touch one another in the sky. There are ancient palaces, museums and churches all rich in history and culture. There are many small, elegant shops, restaurants, bars, cinemas and the famous Teatro del Giglio where Giacomo Puccini and Giuseppe Verdi operas are played to a packed house.
Province of Lucca: The countryside of Lucca offers some of the most picturesque views in Italy; the antique summer villas and estates of the Lucchese nobility with their gardens, vineyards and olive groves, the ancient farmhouses and the medieval hilltop villages are unique. Travelling north one finds the spa town of Bagni di Lucca with it's thermal swimming pool and on the other side of the Serchio river is the town of Borgo a Mozzano with it's famous Devil's Bridge. The area to the north is know as Garfagnana and the panorama gradually changes from pine hills to a more mountainous terrain.