Key Facts:

§  500 m2 historic Liberty villa in ochre yellow, with painted frescos, emerald green blinds - retaining many period features

§  Excellent potential as grand family and/or holiday home, business or art centre

§  Designed in 1911 for renowned Italian-Amercian entrepreneur, Giuseppe Pieroni of Boston, Massachussets around original 18th or 19th century core

§  Stylishly refurbished exteriors and bathrooms

§  Commanding position with panoramic views over woodland, fields and distant Apuan Alps

§  Sold with entire contents including original Art Nouveau  furniture suites (NB excluding pictures and personal effects)

§  Coach House/Staff Accommodation

§  Recently restored Artist’s Studio/Garage

§  Two further buildings – small eighteenth century water mill and stables - for restoration


Ground Floor

§  Entrance hall and reception area

§  Grand ‘salone’ frescoed drawing room

§  Downstairs cloakroom

§  Interior hall and telephone point

§  Glazed vestibule leading to rear sun terrace

§  Modern kitchen

§  Vaulted breakfast room with stone fireplace

§  Small dining room

§  Secondary entrance hall

§  Utility/washroom

§  Large office/study

First Floor

§  6 bedrooms (1 master, three other double, two singles – one of which is currently used as a store)

§  4 recently refurbished bathrooms (1 ensuite)

Second Floor

§  Glazed roof turret or ‘loggia’

§  2 attics


§  Stocked wine-cellar with interesting collection from 60’s, 70’s and 80’s

§  Cellar with central heating system

§  ‘Limonaia’ – naturally lit lemon storage area beneath the rear sun terrace

Large rear tiled Sun Terrace

Ten metre Roman style swimming pool

Two storey coach house/domestic staff quarters comprising:

§  Large ground floor garage space with potential for conversion to other uses

§  Woodstore room

§  Toolroom

§  Large room on first floor with potential for conversion to large living room, art studio or other other uses

§  40 foot loggia balcony with 270 degree superb views

Two-storey artist’s studio cum car garage (recently restored)

§  Reached via private footpath or public road

§  Car parking/tool space with stairs to second storey

§  Naturally lit artist’s studio or atelier

§  Further superb views

§  Loading door on first floor

Disused, two-storey stone, chestnut beam and cotto C18th water mill (for potential restoration)

Two-storey stone, chestnut beam and cotto stable building

In all, nearly 4 hectares or approximately 9.5 acres, comprising formal gardens, lawns, terraces, meadow and woodland.


The Terrazza leading to the Artist's Studio