In one of the most beautiful and strategic positions of the Lucchesia, this exclusive historic villa of the late fifteenth century stands on a hill, once belonged to the famous Lucchese sculptor Matteo Civitali, inside the property there are in fact some architectural details dating back to the same period as the Well and the Madonna of the Child Jesus.
Property that thanks to its position enjoys a panoramic view of the city of Lucca, offering a magical quiet while being close to the major services for daily life a stone’s throw from the Lucca walls.
From historical sources in 1734 it was purchased by the friars of San Frediano, its articulation of the time in question both from the structural and internal architectural point of view is very similar to the current one, a large porch, the cellars, the loggia, the 5 rooms bedrooms in addition to the majestic reception rooms.
Restored with great care and skill by the current owners, the Villa is in excellent condition, which have managed to keep intact the style and flavor of the noble villas of Lucca.
The materials present are valuable such as terracotta floors, beamed ceilings and exposed rafters on the ground floor and top floor of the Villa, the walls adorned with paintings and brick finishes.
Immersed in a luxuriant and luxuriant park of about 1 ha where there are centuries-old trees and ornamental and fruit trees. Accompanied by a swimming pool and both internal and external parking lots.