Nineteenth-century villa with a park in the Tuscan countryside
In a beautiful hillside position , in a village nestled in the green hills of Pisa , by ancient cypress trees and olive groves , lies this historic villa nineteenth century , a classic example of the haute bourgeoisie Tuscan mansion that was once usual to choose these areas as a destination of their holidays . The villa, which interprets the nineteenth-century neoclassical architecture , is located at the center of a garden of about mq.2500 with tall trees and is spread over three floors with a total area of approx 750 square meters over an outbuilding of 48 sqm, a large garage with double opening , a laundry room and a boiler room. A gentle climb leads to the gate and the garden, a large door leads into a spacious foyer overlooking the ground floor rooms including the kitchen, the dining room, a living room of 60 square meters and study. An imposing stone staircase leads to the first floor where all the rooms, including a living room of 60 square meters overlooking a terrace of 100sqm , have original frescoes . The facades are decorated with framed windows and gables , surmounted by a tower and a tower with mullioned windows and battlements . From the first floor leads to the second where there are 4 more bedrooms and a living room and then to the tower and the overlying terrace where you can enjoy a fantastic view over the plain of Pisa and the sea . The main building consists of fourteen rooms as well as four bathrooms and a basement and is far twenty minute drive from Pisa airport, forty minutes from Florence and twenty minutes from the port of Livorno.