Stunning equestrian property with stable, located on one of the most beautiful hill of Tuscany, not far from the city of Lucca, well known for its production of excellent wine. The strategic position
Stunning equestrian property with stable, located on one of the most beautiful hill of Tuscany, not far from the city of Lucca, well known for its production of excellent wine. The strategic position allows one to live fully immersed in the nature and, at the same time, close to the major cities of Tuscany. The property, surrounded by green hills, is today used as a luxury resort, featuring 3 suites, 11 bedrooms and 4 apartments, fully refined furnished. The suites are large and elegant, furnished with taste and elegance, provided with all comforts and with a panoramic view over the park and the swimming pool. Inside one finds typical elements of Tuscan tradition, such as ceilings with exposed beams and terracotta flooring, blended with modern and functional details. The apartments are also equipped with all the facilities and amenities. They are comfortable and well-furnished, they all have a large outdoor pergola, ideal for summer dinners or for relaxing during the day. The large rooms, with breathtaking views over the surrounding area, feature large lounges, a conference room and convivial areas, as well as technical rooms and a professional kitchen. Externally, in the well-maintained park that embraces the entire country-home, there is a splendid swimming pool and a Jacuzzi with a splendid view over the Tuscan vineyards.
Lucca, a fortified town rising amidst vineyards and olive trees in the hills of Tuscany, is one of the main art cit
Lucca, a fortified town rising amidst vineyards and olive trees in the hills of Tuscany, is one of the main art cities in Italy. The most important European textile center since the Middle Ages, it keeps track of a rich history in the elegant and majestic villas with magnificent parks outside the walls, that once were the residences of the wealthy families active in the silk trade. What amazes most the visitors, however, are the Renaissance walls of the XV century surrounding the historic core of the city. The works promoted in the XIX century by Elisa Bonaparte Baciocchi, in honor of her brother Napoleon, led to the current structure of the central square Piazza Napoleone. The city also boasts many medieval churches of great architectural impact which make it gain the nickname of “the City of 100 Churches”. Lucca is one of the prides of Tuscany for its beauty and enchanting atmosphere and, thanks to this, many foreign visitors, after visiting the city and admiring its culture, choose it as a place to establish their second residence.
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Via Vittorio Emanuele II, 14, 55100, Lucca, Lucca, Italy