Luxury solution suitable for those looking for properties ready for both private and commercial use. Luxury historic villa for sale in excellent maintenance and conservation conditions located a few km from the sea, near the art cities of Pisa and Lucca. The luxury property is positioned in an excellent living and climatic context along an important communication route already in the 500 'where a series of villas of considerable thickness were developed, often used as summer residences of noble families including ours which is currently used for ceremonies , parties, important occasions and luxury relais. The villa, initially a country farmhouse used as a farm built as early as the 16th century, was restored and embellished with designs and decorations, enlarged and raised by three floors in addition to the roof terrace with the clock (as it exists today) at the end of the 1700s. The grandeur of the villa and the facade can be seen from the first glimpse, the villa has in fact an almost square plan of about 450 square meters. on the floor and the main facade is surrounded by as many as 19 windows and two French windows, externally also the long driveway with the Italian garden balances the whole. Internally, the property served by a lift consists of 4 main halls of over 80 square meters as a whole. which are repeated on each floor with the suggestive suite room on level 3 of the former granary with the ceiling that shows the mighty exposed trusses, further 4 rooms on the ground and first floors, two kitchens, one of which is very large and professional, 8 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms and various accessory rooms complete the interior. The external part, in addition to the Italian garden mentioned above, consists of a paved area with gazebos and on the back and a green part for over 6000 square meters in total. The restoration, completed after about 20 years, has brought to light the massive Doric columns and frescoes by important painters of that period, the most representative scenes are scenes of everyday life, wild landscapes and elements taken from the iconographic finds of the so-called ruinism. and price in private negotiation.