Villa Ginori is situated in Versilia in a lagoon area on the edge of Lake Massaciuccoli and is part of the Migliarino-San Rossore-Massaciuccoli Natural Park.
This evocative property rich in history includes a wonderful period villa, three detached houses, a private covered dock, an exotic garden and a large piece of land.
* Historical property
* Signature architectural style
* Unique location and natural
* Main villa 13000 sq ft
* 18th-century building 8600 sq ft
* Farmhouse 4300 sq ft
* Club house 3000 sq ft
* Loft 2000 sq ft
* Lemon house 775 sq ft
* Club house 430 sq ft
* Private chapel 250 sq ft
* Private covered dock
* Lawned exotic garden with a pond
* Land 645834 sq ft
* Plenty of onsite parking spaces
The villa was the residence of the Marquis Carlo Benedetto Ginori Lisci (1851-1905), proprietor of the famous Florentine ceramics factory and has remained in the family to this day. It is an excellent example of Tuscan Neo-Gothic style.
The villa has always been an important cultural landmark of the Versilia area and was frequented by great artists including Giacomo Puccini.
Villa Ginori is situated in the province of Lucca in the area known as “La Piaggetta” on the banks of lake Massaciuccoli and it is strategically positioned for visiting the beaches of Versilia.
* It is 13 km from Lucca,
* 15 km from Pisa,
* 29 km from Forte dei Marmi,
* 100 km from Florence and just
* 17 km from the International Airport of Pisa.
The villa can also be accessed by electric boat or row boat from Viareggio port through the channels to the lake. From the property it is also possible to cross the lake to reach Torre del Lago di Puccini where there are beaches.