Three Storey Town House in Mediaval Village of The Serchio Valley between Barga and Bagni di Lucca
This house is actually built into the walls of a well-known village in the municipality of Coreglia Antelminelli. It’s known because of the castle built for the first time around the 10th century by the Romans and it was extended by a certain Castruccio Castracani in the 14th century, and thereby the name of the castle.
The apartment is a terratetto which has been restored taking into consideration the original features, such as cotto tiles and chestnut beams.
It’s located in the village within the typical narrow streets.
The entrance is on the ground floor with a rustic kitchen and a sitting room with windows looking over the Serchio Valley.
Upstairs are two good sized bright bedrooms.
For someone who likes village lives this house is perfect though there are also festivals here in the summer.
All amenities are to be found only a kilometre down the road with post office, train station a historical bar with great ice cream. There is also a grocery store within the walls of the village.