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Villa Reale di Marlia – Lucca

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Villa Reale di Marlia in Italy has been sold

Once the residence of Napoleon’s sister, princess Elisa, and of the first King of Italy Victor Emanuel II of Savoy This 18.000 m2 property is going to be converted into a super luxury dream hotel Its portfolio including 70 historic villas and residences in the area of Lucca

Lucca (Italy) - The famous violinist Paganini used to play during the summer evenings for Napoleon’s sister, Princess Elisa Bonaparte Baciocchi, in the spectacular Green Theatre. We are talking about the most celebrated historic villas in the province if Lucca, Villa Reale di Marlia, that has been sold by Lionard Luxury Real Estate ( http://www.lionard.com ). The estate was bought from the Pecci Blunt Counts, by a Swiss couple, who, after having it accurately restored, under the surveillance of the Arts Council, will open a dream hotel that aspires to be one of the prime extra luxury hotels in Italy.

Among one of the most representative Italian historic dwellings, Villa Reale di Marlia ( http://www.lionard.com/pressarea/2015/sold-villa-reale ) is one of the Monumental Villas of Lucca, which were built in the 15th century in the countryside surrounding the town of Lucca, by rich bankers and silk merchant. It was then brought to notoriety by Elisa Bonaparte Baciocchi, crowned princess of Lucca and Piombino and Grand Duchess of Tuscany, who bought Villa di Marlia in 1806 and the nearby Villa del Vescovo uniting them into a single property.

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