This beautiful villa of about 810 sqm surrounded by a park landscaped by about 10,500 sqm completely fenced in Capannori, Lucca hills was formed through successive enlargements around a nucleus built before 1618. prior to the renovation of the building, begun in 2007, the current owner, lover of architectural history Lucchese, commissioned an architect to relate and understand the genesis of this mansion. By virtue of what the result of this research has proceeded to the restructuring that took place in the tradition of the attractions taking care of every detail regarding use of materials and finishing solutions. Today the property is fair and perfectly preserved on a hill from which both the building which from the garden you can enjoy a beautiful panoramic view. The villa is on three levels entirely habitable with possibility to make them independent. Each floor has already cooking or preparing to install it. The Middle floor, with beautiful wooden floors, is used as a living area where there is a large entrance hall which leads to the first floor and ground floor, dining room, large living room, kitchen in Tuscan style with large fireplace and oven , study, pantry, laundry and ironing room, utility room, bathroom, toilet. Upstairs is the sleeping area that is divided into three mini apartments with bathroom, bedroom and living room-angle cooking from a master bedroom with ensuite, study. On the ground floor once used as Cellars is a large Tavern and a perfectly in tone with the upper floors used as bedrooms, study, gym, closet, basement. Is not far behind the building the park where we find beautiful cypress trees that surround the long driveway, olive trees and other plants perfectly kept, there is the possibility of creating a large pool. The villa has an additional volume to be exploited with respect to annex not far from it that is currently unused and must be restored. The property has several services to external alarm system type to the building and inner perimeter on fixtures and premises. Gas heating system is centralised but divided by floors.