Prestigious Historic Villa full of charme among the panoramic hills of Pieve a Elici, Massarosa, with splendid views of the Tyrrhenian coast ranging from the Gulf of La Spezia to the islands of the Tuscan archipelago.
This splendid villa, dating back to the early XIX Century, belonged to some of the most important families of the Lucchese nobility, such as the Mansi and the Mazzarosa,
In a dominant position, the villa is spread over three floors plus an attic, with the main entrance from the first floor "piano nobile".
This floor consists of a central entrance hall of about 60 sqm with frescoes by the famous painter Michele Marcucci. The hall offers a spectacular view of the sea thanks to the beautiful balcony overlooking the garden. On the sides of the central hall there are five bedrooms, one of which originally used as a private chapel, also enriched by splendid ceiling paintings.
On the First Floor there are three other large sea view bedrooms, a wonderful large roof terrace, an attic of unique charm with very high ceilings, flooded with light thanks to the 4 windows, and connected to the small tower. The loft area can esily be converted into a further living area, being surrounded by two other large rooms.
The Ground Floor houses the spacious rustic style eat-in kitchen, two large living rooms with fireplace and large French windows leading out to the garden.
The property includes two other bathrooms, a large pantry, three large closets, a cellar and a small annex in the garden, ideal as a small dependance
The garden of approx. 3500 sqm. in its current layout, is on two levels with spectacular sea views and adorned by flower beds of geometric design. It is possible to build a swimming pool of over 40 sqm.