VILLA MICHAELA, CAPANNORI (LU)

Villa Michaela, formerly Villa Nottolini, belongs to the Rhode family and is located at the foot of Mount Zano, a short distance from the “parish” of Vorno.The original building dates back to the 1800th century, but over the years there have been many changes and the current appearance of the[…]

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VILLA ORLANDO, TORRE DEL LAGO PUCCINI (LU)

  When Villa Orlando was built in 1869 as a hunting lodge in then fashionable neo- Gothic style, with pointed arches and slate roof, Torre del Lago was a modest hamlet of fishermen and hunters with thatched huts. The crenelated tower is the most striking feature of the Villa: from[…]

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VILLA POGGIO LIETO, FIESOLE (FI)

The Villa Poggio Lieto, located in Fiesole on Via del Salviatino 17, sits on a ridge overlooking Fiesole to the west and a valley leading to Settignano to the east. Its first inhabitant, in the mid 1400s, was a certain Tommaso De’ Medici. The villa then passed through various hands[…]

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VILLA SANTA GIULIA, PIOMBINO (LI)

Villa Santa Giulia is situated in the Northern part of Maremma in Tuscany, in the inland close to the Gulf of Follonica, an area of the Tyrrhenian coast extending between the promontory of Piombino and Punta Ala in front of Elba Island. The Villa is 800 metres far from the[…]

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VILLA SPADA, ORBICCIANO (LU)

In Orbicciano, summer holidays were spent. It was the holiday home of the Cenami Spada family. It is located halfway up the hill of Val Freddana, a fresh valley also in mid-August, at the bottom of which runs the road that, in less than half an hour, leads to Lucca.The[…]

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VILLA TOTTI, MUTIGLIANO (LU)

Villa Totti draws its name from an influential family of Lucca that dates back to the medieval times. The Villa is located in Mutigliano, a hamlet of Lucca situated 5km from the city walls on the Street that leads to Camaiore, going through Montemagno. The villa was built in the[…]

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VILLA UGO, CORTONA (AR)

Located in the center of the renowned “Valle d’Oro” overlooking the Valdichiana, 400 meters above the sea level, just a few kilometers from the town of Cortona, Villa Ugo contains in its simplicity and refinement all the characteristics of the Tuscan architectural culture. Since 1890, the Sabatini family has lived[…]

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