“Villa Mansi” in Capannori, Tuscany, Italy

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Capannori, Lucca, Tuscany, Italy

  • 9 Bed
  • 9 Bath
  • 22604 Sq Ft
  • 9.88 Ac.
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Historic Villa near Lucca for Sale. Dating back to the 16th century, this gorgeous historic villa is located near the town of Capannori, about 13Km from the city walls. All services are at hand. Places of interest such as Viareggio, Forte dei Marmi and Pisa are within a 40km radius.

The 42 room property comprises a 4 storey villa of 2,100 sqm and an annex of 700 sqm. There is also a stable block of approx 2,000 sqm. The buildings are set in 4 hectares of landscaped grounds with ornamental statues and ancient decorative trees. The property is in good condition. Inside it is characterised by its Baroque style with quality finishes and decorations, all carried out by artists of repute.
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24 Comments on “Villa Mansi” in Capannori, Tuscany, Italy

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12532 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    The listing says price upon request but this Jan. 2020 article says ā‚¬19 million (US$21.19 million)

  2. Laurie W.Laurie W. says: 1684 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1988 Greek Revival Wannabe in beautiful countryside

    Spectacular doesn’t come close! Very Italian, very beautiful — including the stunning park.

  3. WMCWMC says: 18 comments

    Oh my…

  4. TheDaringLibrarianTheDaringLibrarian says: 328 comments
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    Coastal Cottage

    Iā€™d like to see the kitchens, the bathrooms, and the living quarters for my help. How far away would I be from George & Amal?

  5. JimHJimH says: 5600 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Amazing! I love the architecture and landscape, but some of those people need to go home.

  6. JBirdJBird says: 43 comments

    It definitely has the ambience of romance… Very interesting home tucked away … Wish I was there…

  7. AmyBeeAmyBee says: 897 comments
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    1859 Mod Vern Greek Revival
    Lockport, NY

    The ceilings.
    The fountains.

  8. GearGirlGearGirl says: 206 comments
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    1909 Arts and Crafts
    Scottsdale, AZ

    So, this is when my multimillionaire secret admirer takes note that I *love* Italy and took conversational Italian and I enjoy my vacations there and my birthday is next month and JUST WOW!! šŸ˜

  9. JTGJTG says: 44 comments
    1834 Greek Revival
    Boston - Metrowest, MA

    The gardens remind me of certain moments in the gardens at Versailles.

  10. I spent some time in Lucca and visited this spectacular property. It is so romantic and beautiful. At the time, the gardens were less manicured than most and that only lent a hint of mystery to the estate. I also recall that Napoleon, Einstein, and Henry Kissinger were also guests of this magical villa.

  11. shellyhorvathshellyhorvath says: 154 comments
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    This part of Tuscany is so lovely. Easy to drive around in, and Lucca is just beautiful.

  12. JpedigoJpedigo says: 216 comments

    Wow! The paintings depicting Christ are worthy for the Vatican!! My favorite thing was the dog fountain.

  13. Well, I am definitely a French Chateau person…….But for this place, I think I could change my mind!! Aaaahhh Tuscany!!
    How utterly exquisite! The patina!! The garden!! The fountains!! The marble!!
    The perfect setting for “Don Giovanni”
    ( Off to buy another lotto ticket now)

  14. GabrielGabriel says: 91 comments
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    And not too too far from the Mediterranean. The first clue were the banana plants in the garden.
    It’s hard to imagine the work and craftsmanship that went into building this all done by hand of course. It’s a stunning example of an Italian villa with all the bells and whistles including the garden. I’m so grateful it’s been maintained so beautifully throughout the centuries.

  15. JohnnygJohnnyg says: 16 comments

    I’d say I’m speechless, but I talk too much!
    This one! I mean- actually living in a “home” like this!?
    I’m with whomever left the comments about Heaven, the murals, and l Love the dog fountain, too!
    16th Century.
    I feel like one of those “ka-pow” mind-blowing-explosion-type emojis best emulates how I feel about this one!

  16. Fit for King Solomon.

  17. PuristaPurista says: 220 comments

    Something didn’t seem right here–16th century? That would make this architect a contemporary of Andrea Palladio, and every bit as good, which seemed unlikely. The answer to the ”mystery” seems to be that architect Muzio Oddi rebuilt the house in 1634, a couple of generations after Palladio, incorporating a good deal of Palladio’s sensibility, and there was a second makeover in the 18th century. The makeovers explain my initial reaction, which was that this was a revival building of the 19th century, an embellished Palladian house.

    • ChrisICUChrisICU says: 690 comments

      In much of the sixteenth century that region in Italy saw a great rise in population, wealth, and upper middle class aristocracy. Renovations in Venetian style and Palladio was a popular homage to a previous time. All across Italy palazzos were renovated or built and many still remain. This is a beautiful example, but I can think of dozens of comparable palazzos for sale today at half the price. Iā€™m struggling to understand why, except it is a price for an overseas buyer.

  18. Tony BianchiniTony Bianchini says: 79 comments
    Alvord, TX

    “YouTube,” video of an art show held at the house:


  19. TGrantTGrant says: 1079 comments
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    New Orleans, LA

    Christie’s has quite a few additional pictures on their listing.


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