Stunning 6 Bedroom Villa For Sale in Forte dei Marmi italy
Euroresales Property iD- 9825661
Forte dei Marmi, centre, 300 m from the golden sandy beach, in a very quiet street, new beautiful villa, 450 sq.m. luxurious and modern.
The architectural style is unique, blending classical and modern. The villa, surrounded by 1200 sq.m. of garden, has three floors including the basement.
On ground floor the main entrance opens directly into a large livingroom, on left side we have diningroom next to the kitchen, on right side, a guests bedroom en-suite, and a guest toilet. Going out from the dining room, next to the large veranda, there is a beautiful heated pool.
The basement is divided in three rooms, a glass wall, with sliding doors, divide the pool and jacuzzi, from the room for videogames and tv, there is also a dressing shower room.
The third part is dedicated to the apartment for staff, with a bedroom and a bathroom. Climbing the staircase on first floor there are four double bedrooms en-suite, eachone with wardrobe.
The villa is fully air conditioned, has windows sound proof, and it is protected, inside and outside, by alarm system with cameras, connected to private police.
3 Car Parking
2 Heated Swimming Pools
About the Area:
Forte dei Marmi (italian: [ˈfɔrte dei ˈmarmi]) is a sea town and comune in the province of Lucca, in northern Tuscany (italy). it is the birthplace of Paola Ruffo di Calabria, Queen of the Belgians from 1993 to 2013.
Tourism is the principal activity of Forte dei Marmi's citizens. The population of the town, amounting to some 7,700, nearly triples during the summer, because of the hundreds of tourists who mainly come from Florence, Milan, Germany, and Russia. Forte dei Marmi is one of the major destinations which attract the italian upper class.
The city contains a gate built in a former bog, a historical artifact that relates to strategic planning by the ancient Roman army.
in italian Forte dei Marmi means "Fort of the marbles". The town takes its name from the fortress that rises in the middle of the main square, built under Grand Duke Peter Leopold, who was to become Leopold ii, Holy Roman Emperor, in 1788. The fortress was built to defend the coast from outer attacks, but in the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century it became the place where the marble quarried from the Alpi Apuane (they are the same mountains of the famous marble of Carrara) was stocked before being sent to the pier for shipping.
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