The farm is located in the municipality of Massarosa on the first hills along Lake Massaciuccoli.
It is about 2km from the "Massarosa", about 20 km from the city of Lucca, about 30 km from the city of Pisa, and about 7 km from the shores of Viareggio.
The panorama is typical of the coast of Versilia ranging from the Apuane Alps to the plains of Pisa and Livorno and the islands of the Tuscan archipelago, to the Gulf of La Spezia.
The property has about 50 Ha of land, 34 Ha consist in terraced olive groves and about 7 Ha is irrigated arable land.
There are eight buildings on the property including the villa and several rural outbuildings.
Five buildings make up a 30 bed farm, and in the farm there is also cattle activity for about 20 animals is carried out.
The villa of 680sqm, which dates back to the 18th century, is a three-story building plus an attic. The ground floor consists of service spaces, the first floor accessed by two external double-ramps and two internal stairs, includes the living room, a dining room, further living rooms, a bathroom and a guest bathroom.
On the second floor, which is accessed through two distinct stairs, there are various rooms in addition to a bathroom and a guest bathroom.
An Italian garden overlooks the valley and the city of Pisa, on the opposite front is a large meadow surrounded by horse chestnuts that serve as the background of the Apuane alps.
From the lawn there is a driveway overlooking Lake Massaciuccoli and the sea, access to the pool of about 100 square meters. with a paved terracotta border.
The farm property consists of two floors plus the attic, for a total of 670 sqm. It consists of two units with large rooms on the ground floor and a chapel.
The mill is spread over two floors, large mill compartment and attached rooms on the ground floor, on the first floor there are service rooms, and beside the main building is a frame where the former garage used to be and other service spaces.
The property also includes 5 further buildings for agricultural appliances and machinery and a partially depleted building.