Villa Duck 10

From $1,954 / week

Description from the manager

  • Villa
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 4

Sleeps: 10

Type: Villa

Villa Duck 10


PRIVATE STRUCTURE (LEASE ONLY). Villa Duck is very close to Crespina, surrounded by woods, olive groves and hills of wheat. The villa is the old 19th century manor house of the Le Prata estate which the current owners have restored and renovated, preserving the original structure, especially on the ground floor which is characterized by large areas with high vaulted ceilings, by the old feeding trough transformed in fireplace and by French windows that let in natural light, giving the house a warm cosy feeling. The house is surrounded by three hectares of land planted with olive trees and a beautiful level garden with pool and hot tub. Villa Duck ...Read more

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Villa Duck 10
Pisa, Tuscany, Italy

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Additional Location Information

The name Crespina, set in the heart of Tuscany, is probably derived from a personal Roman name (Crispinius) of Etruscan origin (Crespini, Crespnie). The first historical knowledge about Crespina is from 983 and refers to the Bishop of Lucca, the city that ruled the small town of Crespina until the 13th century, when it then passed under the dominion first of Pisa and then of Florence which, following a violent rebellion in the mid 15th century, dismantled the castle permanently. This is the most beautiful part of the Pisan hills; the district of Crespina includes many exclusive homes with names like Vallisonzi, Belvedere, S. Lucia, Cenaja, Borgo, Filichetto, Piazza, Il Poggio, Bizzucchello, Guardia Vecchia, Guardia Nuova, Fungiaja, Leccia, Carpineto and Volpaia; these villas became haunts for artists like Giovanni Fattori, Silvestro Lega, Telemaco Signorini and many other Macchiaioli ( like Cannicci and Cecconi. Crespina is easily reached; it is only 80 km from Florence, 35 km from Pisa, 35 km from Livorno and 60 km from Lucca and Viareggio. Vinci, the birthplace of Leonardo, is only 50 km away where you can also visit the museum. Monteriggioni (cited in a canto of the Divine Comedy) and its castle are 90 km away. It can be reached by the A12 motorway to the Collesalvetti exit then the Firenze-Pisa-Livorno highway to the Lavoria exit.
Distances to:
* Airports: Pisa 31 km, Firenze 78 km, Milano 312 km, Roma 363 km
* Train Station: Pisa 33 km, Ponsacco 13 km
* Highway: A12 exit Collesalvetti 18 km
* Attractions within 100 km: Casciana Terme 10 km, Pisa 31 km, Livorno 32 km, Lucca 42 km, Volterra 46 km, Vinci 52 km, San Gimignano 54 km, Versilia beach 58 km, Firenze 75 km, Monteriggioni 85 km
* Services and shops: Crespina 1,1 km
* Beach: Thyrrenian Sea 30 km
* Access road: Paved up to the entrance

More About This Location

City vacations, Rural retreats

Getting There

Nearest train station: Pisa, 21 miles
Nearest airport: Pisa, 20 miles
Car is recommended



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