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Villa – Livorno, Tuscany, Italy

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  • Total rooms: 21
  • Built in 2014
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  • Garden
  • Sea view

The villa is located in the most exclusive area of Livorno, a few steps from the renowned Terrazza Mascagni, with a magnificent sea view. The villa measures about 740 square meters over two levels, in addition to the basement, and is surrounded by a large private and fenced garden for complete privacy, as well as a splendid panoramic terrace. The villa, completed in 2014, was conceived in consideration of the most modern construction techniques and in full compliance with the criteria of environmental protection and energy saving, so as to guarantee the lowest environmental impact combined with maximum sustainability. The villa is currently divided into two residential units, each with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a Turkish bath, with marble finishes and precious materials. In the basement there are the laundry area, the boiler room, two other multipurpose rooms, a bathroom and a large reception room. There is a garage connected directly to the interior of the villa, with both pedestrian and vehicular access, and is also equipped with a lift, alarm system, video intercom, air conditioning system. The property is completed by the beautiful panoramic terrace with gazebo, dining and relaxation area with Jacuzzi, all immersed in a well-kept garden that offers guests maximum relaxation. Very close to the sea on the Tuscan coast, the property is also well connected to the town's points of interest, despite being in a residential and elegant neighborhood. The area where the property is located also boasts an unparalleled and renowned naturalistic and cultural heritage, a few kilometers from the Gulf of Baratti, the fascinating archaeological site of Populonia, the coveted Versilia and the charming Castiglioncello. Livorno boasts an enchanting promenade by the sea: rich in greenery, it winds through palm trees and tamarisk trees, along pebble beaches, rocks molded by the wind and waves. Along the avenue there are bathing establishments, small pine forests, Art Nouveau villas, peculiar cloisters, landings and harbors and the greenery of the Caprilli racecourse. From the Mascagni Terrace, on the other hand, you can enjoy splendid views of Capraia and Gorgona, islands of the Tuscan archipelago, and of Corsica. The panoramic road then continues up to Quercianella and Castiglioncello along both the cliff and the crystalline sea, a privileged place for fishermen and divers. Distances: Castiglioncello 16 km — Populonia 74 km — Pisa 38 km — Pisa Airport 29 km — Viareggio 50 km

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