Exclusive Home for sale on the coast

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In a residential area in Livorno an exclusive home for sale in a perfect position in relation to the centre, the sea and sports facilities set in green surroundings, one of the most renowned Italian architects and sculptors of the Art Nouveau period in Italy created this splendid villa over the course of 20-30 years of 375m2over three levels plus a charming panoramic little tower.
The clear architectural style and the fortunate position facing the sea are therefore the first two qualities of the property for sale, surrounded by a 740m2  Toscana garden on three of its sides.
The exclusive home is beautifully maintained and the view that can be enjoyed from the little tower spans from the island of Elba to the Apuan Alps.
The villa, as a whole, respects an orderly architectural classic style, without extravagant indulgences, with windows framed by linear and essential forms in marble that contribute to a greater expansion of space as is the case – on the top floor – with the emptiness of the veranda situated between columns and the asymmetrical composition of the façade.
Also on the façade, the marble, the white stucco and use of pink create a stylish contrast of colour.

Technical Details
Interiors surface: 375 m2
Exteriors surface: 740 m2
bedrooms: 5
bathroooms: 4
living room: 2
dining-room: 2
kitchen: 1
plus other rooms and technical areas
double garage
Pisa 19 km - Lucca 40 km - Forte dei Marmi 47 km - Thermal baths: 17 km - Golf & Country Club: 5 km - Caprilli race track: 2 km - Pisa airport: 16 km - Motorway tollbooth A12 livorno exit 1 km

Ref: 2110
price: € 1.500.000 - $ 1,803,030 - £ 1,337,460

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Tuscany Livorno

Lapped by the sea which, through the Medicei Channels, penetrated as far inland as the old quarters of the city, Livorno has the charm of a Tuscan land which stretches out into the Mediterranean. It was here that in the nineteenth century the first European seaside resorts were established, together with the idea itself of holidays by the sea. The characteristic district of Venezia Nuova, built during the 1600s, still preserves its original appearance: particularly striking are the Fossi Medicei, a dense network of canals that connected the warehouses to the homes of merchants, who, as in Venice, had warehouses and entrances on the water, providing access to large rooms once used as storage areas for goods.

Livorno boasts a beautiful seafront walk with its many trees, often evoked in the paintings of the Macchiaioli artists, which winds between palms and tamarisks along rocky outcrops and pebbly beaches set back from the wind and waves. Along the avenue there are a number of beach resorts, while here and there small and dense pine forests where painting exhibitions are held, Art Nouveau villas in pastel colours, characteristic cloisters that invite you to linger, docks and harbours and the green of the Caprilli race track. From the Terrazza Mascagni there are instead quite splendid views of Capraia and Gorgona, the islands of Tuscany, and of Corsica. The scenic route then continues up to Quercianella along the cliffs and a crystal clear sea, a paradise for fishermen and divers.