Historic Farmhouse and Three cottages situated in a Beautiful Wooded Valley in the Lucca Hills

Borgo Puccini is accessed via a long concrete drive. The property is completely private. At the end of the drive is a wall with large wrought iron gates. Next to the gates is shrine dating fromm the 1740s, which is also owned by the property. This has an original , 18th century marble bas-relief of Santa Zita, patron saint of Lucca and born in Pescaglia in the 11th
century.

The complex is close to Celle di Puccini, one time home of the Puccini family. Bordered by the forested Appenines to the east and the Apuan Alps to the west.

The Medieval and Renaissance glories of the walled city of Lucca are only 18 kilometres away, while Pisa and Florence are close enough for day trips.

Nearby there is a very warm and welcoming , family owned restaurant, a pleasant ten minute walk away.

The houses date from the mid 1700s and have many original features, including exposed walls and original ceilings with chestnut beams and cotto tiles. The property is set in three and a half hectares of pine and chestnut wood, with over 100 abundant olive treesand other fruit trees, with beautiful views over the valley.

Casa Grande (240sqm)

The original , three storey farmhouse. Currently laid out with two double bedrooms, three large sitting rooms,, large dining room, massive kitchen, master bedroom and utility/shower room.

La Roccia (90 sqm)

The converted barn. Two double bedrooms, double sitting room with fireplace, eat-in kitchen with fireplace, family bathroom with tub and sepafrate large shower room.

La Stalla 60 sqm

The converted stable. Pretty sitting room, small kitchen, double bedroom and shower room.

Il Forno 60 sqm

The converted bakehouse. Pretty sitting room with original working fireplace, full-size pizza bread oven, small kitchen, double bedroom and shower room.
All of the buildings have full independent gas central heating. Casa Grande is heated by a new Termorossi furnace, which burns wood.

All of the buildings have full independent gas central heating. Casa Grande is heated by a new Termorossi furnace, which burns wood.

The swimming pool measures 8 metres by 4 metres and seems to hang above the trees, giving wonderful views across the valley. The whole area was remodelled in 2004, with the addition of a brick path with stone steps, a large brick patio area and a wooden deck suspended over the valley.

The small swimming pool and its sun terrace seem to hoover over the trees – ideal for lounging in the Tuscan sunshine.

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