This old historic complex has been brought back to life after decades of abandonment, with conservative restoration, while joining the typical Tuscan style with all modern comforts and high-quality materials. The property is situated in a privileged panoramic position, on the hills that dominate the city of Lucca: from here you can enjoy an amazing view of the fortified city, by day, but above all when the lights of the evening light up.
The complex is characterized by the presence of a historic villa, built in the sixteenth century by an important family of Lucca, surrounded by a park with secular trees where you can see a magnificent specimen of Lebanon’s cedar. The noble floor has been perfectly preserved, bringing to light the old decorations, while the first floor and the mezzanine have been the subject of restoration works to create several luxury apartments. The basement features a Spa with a internal pool, which can be used in all seasons . The Borgo (Hamlet), once a farm complex with buildings for agricultural use, has also been well restored with 28 units, all unique in terms of features, interior designs and colors.
At guests’ disposal, there is a large, panoramic swimming pool, built on a natural terrace, a belvedere, a tennis court and a 24-hour video surveillance system , coordinated by daytime and night porter service. Each residence is sold with one private parking.
Only few units are still for sale:
Set within the Borgo, Agave is a two-room apartment of about 67 square meters, on the ground floor of an ancient building. Once used as a warehouse, it has been perfectly renovated and is sold with exclusive courtyard: it boasts open space living area with kitchenette and large double bedroom with en suite bathroom overlooking the private courtyard. The typical tuscan furniture are included in the sale and the apartment is equipped with heating and air conditioning, Wi-Fi as well as appliances. The owner has the possibility of using the private car park, the condominium park with outdoor swimming pool, heated indoor pool, Jacuzzi + sauna, gym and the tennis court. Euros 270,000.00
Classe energetica D, 89,28 kWh/m² annuo
This apartment is part of the former Farmer house: it enjoys a surface of 93.5 square meters, with two double bedrooms served by two bathrooms, open space living room with kitchenette, as well as an exclusive garden, ideal for outdoor dining.The furnishings as well as the appliances are included in the sale and the apartment is equipped with Wi-Fi connection in addition to heating and air conditioning. The apartment owner will also be able to take advantage of the top services of the complex such as parking, shared park with outdoor swimming pool, heated indoor pool, Jacuzzi + sauna, gym, tennis court. Euros 405,000.00
Classe energetica D, 99,20 kWh/m²
Set on the first floor of the former farmhouse and accessible through a private stone staircase, this unit offers a surface of about 125 square meters and is equipped with large living room with kitchenette.
A long corridor leads to the sleeping area, which includes double bedroom with bathroom, a second bedroom
with original stone fireplace and another bathroom. This unit is particularly bright, thanks also to the Tuscan-style furnishings included in the sale, in addition to Wi-Fi, TV, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, heating and air conditioning. The apartment owner will also be able to take advantage of the top services available such as parking, shared park with outdoor swimming pool, heated indoor pool, Jacuzzi + sauna, gym, tennis court. Euros 390,000.00
Classe energetica D 103,56 kWh/m²
Lucca is a little town rich of history and well known because of its numerous churches, it has even obtained its nick name ‘the town of the 100 churches’. Among all the marble treasures, which Lucca offers its visitors, the dome of San Martino, situated in the very heart of the centre, is certainly the most famous.
The dome was built in the 15th century and conserves various important operas: the frescos of Nicola Pisano, the Lord?’ supper of Tintoretto and the altar-painting of del Ghirlandaio. The most important is of course the tomb of Ilaria del Carretto who passed away with 29 years, wife of Mr.
Paolo Guinigi (see Guinigi tower and palazzo Guinigi) situated in the sacristy of the cathedral and it was sculptured by Jacopo della Quercia.