Stunning 4 bedroom Villa and Estate For Sale in Lunigiana Hills of Tuscany Italy

  • €660,000
Unione di comuni Montana Lunigiana, Massa-Carrara, Tuscany, Italy
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Unione di comuni Montana Lunigiana, Massa-Carrara, Tuscany, Italy
  • €660,000


Property ID: ES5553477
  • Villa
  • Property Type
  • 4
  • Bedrooms
  • 3
  • Bathrooms
  • 185
  • m2


Stunning 4 bedroom Villa and Estate For Sale in Lunigiana Hills of Tuscany Italy



Esales Property ID: es5553477

Property Location

Lunigiana Hills


Property Details

With its glorious natural scenery, excellent climate, welcoming culture and excellent standards of living, Italy is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most desirable places across the world to live or visit. On offer here is a chance to make a smart financial investment into this magnificent part of the world.

A Main stone farmhouse villa and separate annex building , set on gently sloping hillside in the Tuscan countryside. Set in 1.5 hectares of Olive Orchards and garden. With a private swimming pool on wide terrace and pool building set on terrace below the buildings . The property has a 3/4 km concrete driveway to the main buildings .

The Main house consists of living room, dining area and kitchen on ground floor, and three bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on first floor .
In the separate annex building, there is a Large internal kitchen dining room with outdoor covered terrace on 1st floor and on lower floor separate entrance into a guest bedroom suite with large shower room . There is also a utility and boiler room on lower level with other storage place.

The pool annex room , has a well designed kitchen for dining by pool and there is a pool shower room with wc and basin . Viewing is highly recommended to take in the natural beauty of this region of Tuscany.

The Lunigiana territory covers one of the northernmost points in Tuscany, including marble tipped mountains and crystal clear waters of the Tyrrhenian sea.

Located in the uppermost corner of Tuscany, the Lunigiana area was historically considered an entry point into the territory and thus contested for many years leaving behind a landscape dotted with castles, towers, and fortresses. An itinerary based on the castles of Lunigiana will give you the perfect opportunity to appreciate the natural beauty of the landscape, and the many small towns that surround these imposing structures. Pontremoli, Fosdinovo, Piagnaro, the Fortezza di Sarzanello, and the Fortezza Firmafede are just a few of the structures still visible today.



If there are two memories you’ll take away from Lunigiana in Italy, it’s mountains. And food. Tucked away at the northern tip of Tuscany, between the Appenines, the Apuan Alps and Liguria, Lunigiana really is off the beaten track.

Not many foreign tourists venture up here. It’s a bit of a journey from Lucca along the ancient Via Francigena to venture into this “land of 100 castles”. The small towns hidden amongst the forested valleys are mainly built from grey sandstone. But the locals know and love this part of Tuscany, especially for the food, views and fresh air during the summer. Autumn is also a special time to visit, for the porcini mushroom, and chestnut season.

Pontremoli is the main attraction of the Lunigiana, a picturesque small town crossed by a river, with some attractive buildings. It has a castle too; a legacy as a centre of trade and pilgrimage in Medieval times. The castle hosts the most interesting museum in the Lunigiana: the Museum of the Steli Lunigianesi which has some mysterious prehistoric statues and menhirs on exhibit.

This landlocked enclave of territory is bordered to the north and east by the Apennines, to the west by Liguria and to the south by the Apuane Alps and the Garfagnana. The few tourists who make their way here tend to be lunching in Pontremoli, a real off-the-beaten-track gastronomic gem, or following in the footsteps of medieval pilgrims along the Via Francigena.

Autumnal visits reward with fresh, intensely scented porcini mushrooms that sprout under chestnut trees in fecund woods and hills. Wild herbs cover fields, and 5000 scattered hives produce the region’s famous chestnut and acacia honey. These fruits of the forest and other regional delicacies – including Zeri lamb, freshly baked focaccette, crisp and sweet rotella apples, boiled pork shoulder, caciotta (a delicate cow’s-milk cheese), bigliolo beans, local olive oil and Colli di Luni wines – are reason enough to visit.


• 185m2 of living space
• 15000m2 plot
• 4 bedrooms
• 3 Bathrooms
• Separate Annex For Airbnb Rentals
• Stunning Views
• Stunning Gardens
• Private Pool
• Massive potential in the rental market
• Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
• Close to many excellent bars and restaurants
• Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of Italy
• Many excellent sports facilities, walking and sports areas nearby

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  • Area Tuscany
  • Country Italy


Updated on November 29, 2022 at 9:30 am
  • Property ID: ES5553477
  • Price: €660,000
  • Property Size: 185 m2
  • Land Area: 15000 m2
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Property Type: Villa
  • Property Status: Featured, For Sale

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