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The tower


Immersed in the green of Lunigiana, in a privileged and dominant position on the valley below, with an unparalleled view that spans from the nearby and monumental peaks of the Apuan Alps to the farthest reliefs of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, Villa “Torre de ‘Medici ” waits for you.

The tower dominates the valley and the Alps, and allows you to have privacy and tranquility, with breathtaking views of the mountains and the river. On the ground floor the spacious dining room has a large walnut table for 12, large sofas and comfortable armchairs, TV, all amenities, kitchen, laundry. Up a specially designed wooden spiral staircase, you reach the first suite, with 2 double bedrooms, shared bathroom with hydromassage shower and a small balcony. On the first floor there is a bedroom with en suite bathroom with hydromassage shower, relax area, with breathtaking views of the mountains and the valley. The master bedroom (30 sqm) has a private bathroom too. All the details are designed to give you the utmost comfort. Furniture and finishes are of the highest quality, we used local materials and traditional finishes to give you a real Tuscany experience.

The porch in front of the house is shaded and fresh, equipped with table and chairs for outdoor dining, the sunny garden, the relax area in the gazebo, deck chairs for sunbathing, the pool overlooks the valley and the Apuane and the barbecue are at your disposal for enjoying hot summer evenings!

Private parking for up to 3 cars within the property, but there is also a car park in front of us at the entrance of the village.

The district

Our sunny valley is green and charming: we are on the road from the sea to Lucca. There are plenty of beautiful hiking trails, a riding center just minutes away, Versilia golf courses on hand. In the village an excellent wine bar offers tasting of local and national wines and foods. There is a grocery store, a pharmacy and a bigger city, with supermarkets, shops, banks and all services located at 10 minutes driving distance.

The Borgo

The village of Soliera, a small fraction of the Comune of Fivizzano, has a very important past: its Pieve is mentioned in a document of the late 998 when it was sold by the Marches Oberto to the Bishop of Luni and in an act of 1185, with which Emperor Federico I donated to Pietro Vescovo di Luni the castle, which passed in 1477 under the protection of the Florentine republic. This gave it in 1482 to the Marquis Gabriello Malaspina in exchange for the castle of Fivizzano (Verrucola)…

Unfortunately, of the ancient Pieve di Santa Maria Assunta there are only a few remains, while the remains of the Castle walls with the cylindrical towers are well visible yet.