Sale Lucca
17th Century Villa in the Hills of Lucca
Capannori, Province of Lucca, Italy
  • Price on Request


  • Villa
  • Type
  • 5
  • Bedrooms
  • 4
  • Baths
  • 1060
  • sqm
  • 1600
  • Year of construction


Step into a living tapestry of 17th-century architecture with this charming property nestled in a tranquil setting near Lucca and surrounded by lush greenery. The villa, spanning an impressive area of 740 square meters, stands at the heart of an extensive plot of land measuring approximately 4 hectares. It embodies the quintessential characteristics of Lucca’s villas, including a raised main floor, a grand entrance flanked by a double external staircase, a spacious porch, and rooms arranged around a central hall.

To the north, the garden is bordered by a wall and houses one of the best-preserved grottos in the area. To the south, a large central fountain adds a touch of sophistication.

Upon entering the main floor, the living area unfolds to reveal an office, a dining room, a kitchen, and a study. The opposite side comprises a master bedroom with an anteroom, two single bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a wardrobe.

The partially renovated second floor offers a master suite with a private bathroom, a wardrobe, and a study. Several rooms in the attic await restoration, offering the potential for customization.

The villa’s basement accommodates various utility rooms, including an additional bedroom, a bathroom, and a room used as a storage area, in addition to the original kitchen and some cellars.

Adjacent to the villa is a farmhouse of 200 square meters awaiting restoration, along with two outbuildings currently used as storage spaces, totaling approximately 120 square meters.


Updated on November 30, 2023 at 12:34 pm
  • Property ID: H/47
  • Price: Price on Request
  • Surface: 1060 sqm
  • Land Area: 40000 sqm
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Vani: 14
  • Baths: 4
  • Year of construction: 1600
  • Type: Villa
  • Contract: Sale


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