This gorgeous villa with simple and spacious design is located in the hills of Versilia and more precisely in the area of Massarosa. The property conquers for absolute privacy and breathtaking seaview. The house is surrounded by a lush garden with ornamental trees and it is equipped with a swimming pool with relaxation area. The villa develops on two levels. The ground floor welcomes the elegant living area flooded by the light of the large windows where you can enjoy breathtaking view. On the ground floor there is a large and well-equipped kitchen and a double bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The upper floor hosts three large bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and private terrace. Interior and exterior finishes captures for the elegance and the value of the selected materials. The location is perfect for enjoying the quiet of nature in front of a wonderful panoramic view. A true oasis of tranquillity just a few kilometers from the renowned Versilia beaches.
This elegant villa, that we propose for sale,is located on the verdant hill sides of Bargecchia, a small village in the municipality of Massarosa. The strategic position of this property allows you to reach quickly Viareggio, a delightful seaside resort and the main street connections to the famous art cities of Tuscany such as Pisa, Lucca and Florence. The location, the relax and the absolute privacy make the villa unique in its kind. From the hills of Massarosa you can admire a spectacular panoramic view: the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Lake of Massaciuccoli and, on good weather, also the island of Capraia, the Elba and the Gorgona.
In the center of the village stands the church of St. Martin, a romanesque monument: you can admire polyptyches of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, paintings, marble objects and silvers of the XVI Century and interesting wood works. The real peculiarity is inside the bell tower. The four bells, of various sizes, were delivered to the village in 1885. It is said that the composer Giacomo Puccini often went to Bargecchia to hear the wonderful melody of the bells, which was accurately reproduced at the endof the first act of his famous opera Tosca.