Tuscany - LIVORNO ESTATE ON THE SEA

Tuscany - LIVORNO ESTATE ON THE SEA
Livorno, 이탈리아

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부동산 소개 Tuscany - LIVORNO ESTATE ON THE SEA

The estate is located 200 m. above sea level in the central stretch of the Livornesi Mountains, in the Rio Ardenza Valley, between the city of Livorno and Il Gabbro, 8 km. from the sea; the area, characterized by gentle hills and sea view, lies for the most part in the municipality of Livorno and to a lesser extent in the municipalities of Collesalvetti and Rosignano Marittimo. It represents the ideal place for a soothing stay surrounded by nature. The simultaneous combination of a stunning setting, in the heart of Tuscany, renowned for being one of the worldrsquo;s most fascinating and interesting regions for natural beauty, extraordinary cultural and artistic heritage and the joys of the palate, elect it as an exceptional holiday resort any time of year. From Versilia to Grosseto, the region is a patchwork of woodland, beaches, coastal ponds and dunes. Worthy of mention are the natural reserves of San Rossore and Talamone, the Garfagnana, the metalliferous hills, the Maremma, the drsquo;Orcia Valley, and the Apuane Alps with their Park, as well as the sea resorts; the marshes and the sandy coastal "Tombolirdquo; provide hospitality to flamingos, herons, while in the depth of the woods for hundreds of kilometres there are roebucks, deer, wild boars and wolves. The area stretches between the coastal strip, called "Costa degli Etruschirdquo;, and the initial spurs of the hinterland hills; the municipal territories concerned are, from north to south, those of Rosignano Marittimo, Cecina, Bibbona, Castagneto Carducci, San Vincenzo and Piombino. The zone has a special inclination for the production of excellent wines, especially in the Bolgheri area, the locality mentioned by Giosuegrave; Carducci in the famous poem "Davanti a San Guidordquo; and renowned for the enchanting Viale dei Cipressi. Right in front of the San Guido Oratory we find the well-known farm where the Bolgheri Sassicaia is produced, one of the best wines on the Italian and worldwide horizon. The area is excellently served by all types of connections: by land, by sea and by air. Road connections to the motorway (Livorno exit) is only about 6 km. away. The approach is provided by the provincial road, which crosses the town, and by a number of local roads which take off from there. Railway connections from Livorno. Connections by air the Pisa airport guarantees international (Frankfurt, London, Paris, Nice, Bastia) and national connections (Milan, Rome, Turin, Cagliari, Alghero, Olbia, Grosseto, Palermo and Catania). Connections by sea the port of Livorno provides connections with Sardinia, Corsica and the Isles of Elba and Capraia. Historical introduction Heritage findings prove that the estate has been inhabited since prehistoric times and during the Roman epoch. Around the year 1000, a rural castle surrounded by woods arose on a promontory almost entirely encircled by the course of the Rio and its affluent. At that time it was a country castle: a modest dwelling, enclosed by a fortification partly made of wood and partly brickwork, with a single entrance, controlled by a watchtower also made of wood. Inside the walls a small settlement arose, consisting of the manor house, a barn housing cereals and farm animals, a blacksmith, a miller and of course the chapel, with a fountain near the churchyard. Furthermore, since the estate rose along an important communication route, it represented a shelter for the wayfarers, which suggests there may also have been a tavern. An awarded knighthood for work merits converted the villa, turning it into a modern country home, and on this occasion a swimming pool was installed. Just a few years later, in 1939 the founder of the property had new stables and workersrsquo; lodgings built in the lsquo;60s and started a cow farm for milk production. This is when the fields passed from their original cultivation to forage farming and an artificial lake was created for irrigation purposes. The estate is divided into four groups of buildings: -The house and adjacent buildings -The old estate, the village facing the Lake -The Mint, the old shepherd's house, placed on a secluded position on a hilltop -The last group, which includes the stable with the warehouses and workers' houses, built in more recent The old stable building will be increased with additional volumes. The building will be completely transformed inside and new volumes will be added in the ground which will host the bathrooms and underground parking. The silos will house the suites where you will enjoy an unforgettable view. A new pool will overlook the surrounding countryside. The buildings behind the barn will create a small village, where there will be apartments overlooking the valley, meeting and conference rooms. The villa of 850 square meters is located in a dominating position with respect to the area and one can enjoy splendid views of the entire estate. The interior is characterized by its entrance hall with a gallery and is the result of the excellent restoration made in 30 years. There is also a chapel attached with a surrounding fenced garden. This will be converted into a meeting place, club house or used as a charming hotel or spa. The estate stretches over a hilly region for approx. 550 hectares: about 75 hectares are farmland while the rest are made up of Mediterranean maquis with some tall trees, particularly cluster pines and holm oaks. Since in 1980 an agritourism activity has been started, having eight independent accommodation units with an average of five sleeping places each. Some common and equipped green areas have been dedicated to this activity. The estate buildings include the landlordrsquo;s villa, with chapel, farmhouse and swimming pool, the main body of which dates back to 1600, plus various farmersrsquo; lodges, stables, barns, rural buildings and sheds. The property also includes a lake of about 1.4 hectares, which was once used for irrigation purposes and now serves for fishing. Right from the XIII century the estate was surrounded by small areas with vineyards which consented the production of a typical local wine called "round wine of the Pancherdquo;. At the time terraced ground was covered in cherry, pear, pomegranate and lemon trees.
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VIA TRIESTE N.10-52031 ANGHIARI (AR)
Anghiari, Arezzo, 52031 Italy
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