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Villa | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Car essential
  • Nearest beach 25km

MAGNOLIA, named after the Japanese trees in front of the home, was the gardener house of an historical monumental estate located on the foot-hills of Lucca. This property which has been recently restored by the owners, who live in the same property estate, is immersed in a large four hectares fenced historical park enriched by rare and secular trees and a forest full of unique Camellias trees.

Inside of the park there is a circular swimming pool, with a fountain in the middle, is very peculiar, formerly it was a basin, it is surrounded by grey stone and blends in with the manural surroundings with a historical "ninfeo" with "cotto" statues.

Walking around the park you will feel the atmosphere of living in the past centuries, the main Villa is dated end of XVI°, a stream flow gently down the garden with ponds and cascades.

Magnolia on the ground floor there is a fully equipped modern kitchen with dining room area and a bright living room who was the greenhouse of the property , a double bedroom, a closet, a ante-bathroom with double sink, shower cubicle, washer and dryer and a bathroom with double hydro-massage bath tub. The upper level is accessible by an internal staircase who leads in a spacious bedroom with two twin beds and an on suite bathroom.

Air conditioning and mosquito screen in all the windows. Ideal for an intimate and relaxing vacation of confort, breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. The entire private property named "Villa Mazzarosa" is surrounded by many other historical monumental Villas open to the pubblic. Very close also from the main Tuscany famous town reachable at least in one hour driving.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Versilia coast 25 km
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 1 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: PISA/FIRENZE 25 km, Nearest railway: LUCCA 12 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Rooms 2 bedrooms

The Tuscany region

Summer Festival 2013::

Lucca Comics & Games: da giovedì 31 ottobre a domenica 3 novembre 2013.

La 59esima edizione del Festival in programma a Torre del Lago dal 12 luglio al 24 agosto.

Puccini Festival:

The unique "Walls" of Lucca:

The unique "Ville Lucchesi":



The territory of Capannori ranges from the Pizzorne upland to the Monti Pisani and the plain left by the drainage of lake Bientina. The heights around the main town are covered with scattered fortifications, castles and medieval towers that alternate with Renaissance villas of exquisite, refined design. The fortified places were built at a height that allowed for the cultivation of vines and olives, so they were not only military garrisons, but also villages where agriculture was practised.

Many of Capannori's castles are mentioned in the Chronicles, a manuscript written by the fifteenth century historian Giovanni Sercambi. Among the castles needing repair in order to check Pisa's advance towards Lucca, the historian mentions Pieve di Compito, the fortresses of Sant' Andrea, San Giusto, Vorno and Guamo, as well as the castle of Montecarlo, while among those destroyed by Uguccione della Faggiola, captain of the Pisans, he mentions the castles of Compito, Vorno, Castelvecchio and Nozzano.

The Pizzorne are a chain of rises, not so much high as steep, which are found to the north-east of the city of Lucca and in the north define the Lucchese plains. Since Renaissance times, some of the most noteworthy villas of the Lucchese have been built on the slopes of the Pizzorne. The position was particularly favourable due to many factors. The nature of the land and its mid-day exposure together offered the ideal conditions for agricultural cultivation, a splendid panorama and a pleasant climate. Many of these high-class residences have been built in the position that Sanminiati, author of a treatise on villas at the end of the 17th century, considered as ideal: on the boundary between plains and mountains. This guaranteed the presence of agricultural zones apt for various cultivations (grain, vines, olives) and woodland for hunting in the grounds of the villa. Such a position also offered the availability of steeply sloping water flows, useful be it for field irrigation be it for the waterworks of the fountains.

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