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Historic Italian seaside villa overlooking the crystal clear water of Castiglioncello and the beautiful landscape of the Etruscan Coast. The villa dates back to the end of the XIX Century and has been home over the years to many important artists, Alberto Sordi bening one of them, who have maintained its original luxury real estate characteristics. The property includes a park of 4055m2 that, with its beautiful secular trees, underlines the beauty of this home consisting of a villa and two outbuildings. Of particular interest are the seawater pool and the private beach access. The property lies directly on the coast of Italy and has four levels with a total surface of about 900 m2. The interiors are tastefully decorated and furnished with period furniture and have exclusive finishing including fine wall painting and woodwork details. The basement is located at the pool floor and houses a dining room, a kitchen, an office room, a billiard room, a boardroom, a bathroom, locals for the staff and some technical sheds. The ground floor of this lovely villa in Italy, is partially surrounded by a spacious terrace overlooking the sea, opens onto a wide entrance leading to a library with fireplace, a main bedroom with bathroom and a guest room , also with private bathroom. The first floor houses the sleeping area with four large bedrooms and two bathrooms. Upstairs there are an open space and a bathroom.

The two outbuildings have both a surface of 90 m2, but they are different in structure and position. An outbuilding is immersed in the park, it is surrounded by a garden and it is developed on three levels. In the basement there are a laundry and a technical room, while the ground floor and first floor respectively host the living area with a kitchen, a living room and a bathroom, and the sleeping area with two bedrooms and a bathroom. The other outbuilding has a single floor and is situated under the villa and it is completed by a garden. The house hosts a kitchen, a living room, a bathroom, a laundry and two bedrooms with private bathrooms.
Technical Details
 
Interiors surface: 1178 m2
Exteriors surface: 4055 m2
 
Villa: about 900 m2
bedrooms: 6
bathrooms: 5
living room: 1
dining room: 1
kitchen: 1
billiard room
 
Outbuilding A: 90 m2
bedrooms: 2
bathrooms: 2
living room: 1
kitchen: 1
 
Outbuilding B: 90 m2
bedrooms: 2
bathrooms: 3
living room: 1
kitchen: 1
plus other rooms and technical areas

seawater pool
private beach access
park: 4055 m2
 
 
Livorno km 20 – Pisa km 38 - Thermal baths km 35 - Forte dei Marmi km 68 – Florence km 85 – Piombino km 69 - Pisa airport km 35 – Highway exit: Livorno exit km 12.
Ref: 0360
price: Over 10M

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Tuscany Castiglioncello

An Etruscan village dating from the 4th century BC, Castiglioncello sits on a small promontory that constitutes the farthest offshoot of the Leghorn Hills.
 
A tourist locale of international renown, the Pearl of the Tyrrhenian is gifted with unequalled charm.
Red reefs that drop straight into the sea, sheltered bays, beaches and inlets by crystal-clear waters, plus a splendid pine grove: the beauty of this fishermen’s village, which has inspired artists, painters, writer and poets, was celebrated by the artists of the Macchiaioli school and sought out by many key figures from the worlds of culture and entertainment.

Nature provides not only the frame, but the very essence of these lands: the scent of the pines, beeches and tamarinds scents the air and mixes with the odour of the sea salt and the Mediterranean greenery, which stretches up to the beach, almost joining up with the crystalline seas and the groves of olive trees, larches, cork trees and wild chestnut thickets that have moulded the untamed spirit of the Maremma, while the region’s venerable heart is kept alive by the stone villages that perch like birds of prey above the undulating green and the blue highlights of the Tuscan Archipelago.