From the windows of the beautiful villa, we can see the bay of La Spezia, the Tuscan archipelago, Forte dei Marmi, and Livorno. The building is in a typical style for this region, it is decorated with a double staircase, connecting a spacious terrace and the Italian garden.
In addition to the main villa, which occupies five floors, here are the buildings there are several other buildings. One of them is a butter mill, so it is possible here to produce olive oil, the raw material for which is collected on a 111-hectare area with olive trees belonging to the property.
It also important to mention the heated pool and a helipad.
In addition, there are four separate buildings (620 m²), two churches (120 m²), and a farm with agricultural buildings (865 m²).
The villa, with an area of 1,120 m², has five bedrooms, each with a bathroom, three separate bathrooms, three living rooms, two dining rooms, a kitchen and four technical rooms.
Location and nearby objects
This ancient Italian villa of the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries is located near the fashionable resort town of Forte dei Marmi. Shops, restaurants, and cafes are located just a few minutes drive from the building.