Stunning estate with olive grove in Rosignano Marittimo
On Livorno's beautiful Tuscan coast, adorned by maritime pine trees and a luxuriant countryside, there is this luxury villa for sale.
This two-storey estate measures 350 m2 overall and is surrounded by no less than thirteen hectares of grounds; it has the typical look of Tuscan estates, with a stone façade and an arched loggia to mark the entrance.
This property's rooms are welcoming, finely decorated and furnished with great taste, and take abundant sunshine by an expanse of windows.
This estate is equipped with all comforts and the latest energy systems such as LPG heating with radiant panels and a ventilated roof. The roof itself is of high value and has been made with tiles from an old abbey.
This estate's vast green area, a true haven of rest a few steps away from the sea, includes a park, a woods area, and a high-quality olive grove with thirty productive trees.
In the past, this refined estate was also home to a vineyard, despite not being present anymore, there is still the necessary permit to replant it.
This prestigious property offers a wide panoramic view over the surrounding countryside and the harmonious context of this land with such a rich wine and oil tradition.
This villa is just a few kilometres from the famous White Beaches, the lovely Gulf of Baratti, and charming, renowned towns in the international luxury scene such as Castiglioncello and the Versilia area; but it is also well-connected to other interesting places and wonderful cities of art such as Pisa, Lucca and Livorno.
price: Up to 2,5M
Area: Rosignano Marittimo
Type: prestigious estate
Internal surface: 350 m2
External surface: 13 ha
Castiglioncello 21 km – White beaches 23 km – Livorno 17 km – Pisa 34 km – Pisa Airport 33 km
price: Up to 2,5M
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Livorno is truly a seaside city as the water of the sea creeps up into its historic districts through the Medici Channels; it is a charming Tuscan city touched by the Mediterranean. The first seaside resorts in Europe were built here in the 19th century, along with the very idea of a beach holiday.
Livorno has a lovely promenade featuring a winding path through palm trees and tamarisks alongside the gravel beaches and rocks, sculptured by wind and waves.
Along Livorno's boulevard, there are beaches and small pine forests where painting exhibitions are set up. There are also many Art Nouveau villas, prestigious villas, peculiar cloisters, docks and harbours, and the green Caprilli Hippodrome complex.
You can see the islands of Capraia, Gorgona and other islands of the Tuscan Archipelago as well as Corsica from the famous Mascagni terrace. This scenic route continues up the coast to Quercianella and Castiglioncello where there are cliffs and the sea is crystal clear, a favourite destination for fishermen and divers.