Villa Antonioli - Country Estate
Superb villa with a unique arched terrace harmoniously located in 3,8 ha of olive grove and beautiful Italian garden 5 min. drive from Lucca, a town world wide famous for its cozy, friendly Mediterranean ambiance and its ancient and still intact walled fortifications.
REDUCED PRICE OF € 3 400 000, without furniture
Furniture is available by negotiation - Click here for a full presentation of this property
The villa is listed in the registry of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and is composed of:
6 bedrooms (incl. 2 bedrooms in the staff apartment)
Master bedroom with twin en-suite bathroom
6 large rooms (living, dining, studio, etc.)
2-rooms apartment for the staff with kitchen/dining room, bathroom inside the villa.
Loft of approx. 550 sqm with 6 additional rooms that can quickly be refurbished and used as extra accomodation.
Wine cellar on the ground floor with 5 large rooms
Heating system: Mains gas.
Key distances (approx.):
Torre del Lago (opera festival): 29km/18mi
Versilian Riviera, with shopping and famous Wednesday market: 29km/18mi
Carrara marble quarries: 59km/36.5mi
Cinque Terre: 87km/54mi
Closest airport (Pisa): 20km/12.5mi
Closest rail station (Lucca): 5km/3.1mi
Nearest shop/bar – 0.4km/0.6mi
Info about taxes and other purchase costs
Purchase tax as Second home or Non-resident (approx.): 9% of cadastral value.
Purchase tax as a First home and Resident (approx.): 3% of cadastral value.
The cadastral value is typically far lower than the market value.
Registration of contract at Notary Public (approx.) € 2,000.00.
Notary Public fee (approx.) €3000
Technical report for Notary Public: can vary according to the complexity of the task – range € 2000 - 4000
No broker commission paid by the buyer
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HISTORY OF THE ANTONIOLI ESTATE
The villa belonged to the Antonioli family, famous notaries in Lucca since the end of 1400. The coat of arms is in sandstone and is placed over the gate at the entrance to the villa. The coat of arms depicts an anvil with a rose over.
The villa is constituted by two rectangular bodies, linked together so as to form a "T".
On the first floor stands a porch - a Loggia - with sandstone columns. This Loggia is one of the few - probably the only one existing to date - among the more than one hundred villas of Lucca. Another peculiarity of the Loggia is that it is built on the first floor, rather than on the ground floor, as it is more usual.
The loggia on the left of the facade - located on the eastern side - is completely open on three sides, thus strengthening further its open space character. From here one can enjoy the view of the countryside and the plain towards Lucca. The part of the loggia facing the gardens and orchards provides a sort of shelter for more private family life.