Overview This historic villa is located on a hilltop at 350 meters above the sea level. It has fine views to the Mediterraneanfrom La Spezia Gulf to the islands of the Tuscan archipelago and Livorno.The estate once belonged to Napoleon's sister, Elisa Baciocchi Bonaparte, who bought it from the Mansi family inthe 19th century. Elisa hosted her sister Paolina Bonaparte in the property for a long period.The villa dates from the 16th century, it is completely restored and includes several out buildings/farmhouses etc. The estate totals around 102 hectares which includes the park, the Italian garden, olive groves and woodland. Habitable area is 1220 m2. Two restored farmhouses (200m2), used as guest accommodation. Restored farmhouse- 110 m2. Farm buildings, 1,000m2 to restore. Cottage -310 m2 to restore. Chapel - 60 m2 to restore
The villa Ground floor: entrance, living room with fireplace, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, dressing room, office, dining room, living room with fireplace, powder room. Garden level: party room (dining room), living room with fireplace, bathroom, store room, cooled cellar, powder room, large kitchen. Basement: billiard and piano room with direct access to the garden. First floor: 3 double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, 1 staff room with en-suite bathroom, study, library and bathroom. Second floor: laundry room.
Other Heated swimming pool with hydromassage. Heliport. Wood burning oven. Emergency alternating current generator in case of interruption of electricity. Alarm system with cameras. Private acqueduct. The villa is provided with telephone, fax, ADSL. Lift on all floors.The farm produces quality olive oil, chickens, rabbits, eggs and vegetables.
- Sea view
- Swimming Pool
- Country Views
- Near Airport