Beautiful period Italian style villa, on a hill, 20 minutes from Pisa Airport, 5 minutes from Livorno, 15 minutes from Costa degli Etruschi’s beach.
The villa is in the best residential area south of Livorno, on a hill in the small village of Parrana San Martino. The village has basic shopping facilities – 10 minutes walking distance - and a bus stop to the main town. It is surrounded by other hills and it offers a great view on the Tuscan countryside.
The villa is over a century old and has some beautiful original features to be restored. Its history reveals that some interesting characters lived here and/or are related to the place; among this the poetess writer Angelica Palli and the Boyer Family. N.B. The alabaster sculpture of Christine Boyer – wife of Luciano Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon – is preserved in the museum of Villa Mimbelli in Livorno.
Restructuring work was done over the years in some of the rooms and more work needs to be done to bring back the villa to its old splendour. The ground floor has a large entrance hall and 2 direct exits to the garden and, upstairs there are 2 floors. Each floor is 140 sq.mt. with large living room with fireplace and large orginal kitchen with dining room, 8 bedrooms, 2 storage rooms, 6 bathrooms. Moreover there is a tavern, a garage/stable and also a small chapel of historical value detached from the main building and listed among the place of interest around Livorno on a website of historical amateurs. Total space of builded area is 1,000 Sq.Mt. On the ground there is also an ancient water reservoir and the estate borders are adjacent to the Leopoldino waterworks on the so-called ‘springs’ road’ which leads to Livorno. The large private park is about 50,000 Sq.Mt, including a field with olive trees and surrounded by a wooded area accessible with trekking paths.