Leonardo da Vinci was our neighbour


In the land of Leonardo da Vinci, the famous wine and oil producing territory of Montalbano, world cycling champions come to improve their performances on these sweet hills, while contemplating some really unique landscapes: that’s where we are. It’s a watery land, such as Lucca (less than half an hour away) and flourishes with natural springs and the most famous natural SPA and Grotto of Europe: Grotta Giusti and the medical complex of Montecatini Terme. A territory that offers an unlimited number of small towns and hamlets, all with their restaurants, cafes and breadshops, starting from five minutes away from the property. This is a very elegant country house in this area, which is equidistant from Florence and Lucca. Covering almost seven thousand square feet and offering seven bedrooms, one reception room, separate dining room, two living rooms, conservatory, study, new fully fitted kitchen, three service bathrooms and guest cloakroom, this one is perfect for families travelling together or group of friends who are into food and wine itineraries in Tuscany.


There is a private pool (heatable) and expansive gardens for hot summer afternoons or after a day of exploring this area of Tuscany. Each area features it own heating control. On the oak shaded terrace or in the pleasant dining room that opens to the garden guests can enjoy traditional Tuscan cuisine or engage in Cooking Classes featuring some famous tuscan mammas and chefs. The residents of this lovely property have the exclusive use of the fabulous private gardens adjacent to the Golf of Montecatini Terme – visible from the outdoor swimming pool or solarium – and enjoy total privacy and silence.  This villa is particularly indicated for families with kids, as the Park of Pinocchio is twenty minutes away, beach clubs of northern tuscan riviera are less than fifty minutes away and there are all around pedestrian villages (Montecatini Alto being the best one) where parents can eat, relax and watch their little ones run with the tuscan ones and no fear of cars.


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