In a beautiful corner of Tuscany, and exactly in proximity of the antique parish of Vorno, nearby the medieval town of Lucca, Villa Caterina was built around the middle of 17 th century. Reserved and protected by an enclosure wall made by front viewing stones, the Villa Caterina is the true expression of Lucca's sober architecture following the respect of the rules in placing the noble floor raised from the country floor, in the entrance portal with the double flight stairway, in the symmetrical distribution of the rooms around the central salon, in memory of a lifestyle based on an easy elegance of those days. Who's arriving from the town is embraced and conquered by the gentle colours and the sharp fragrances of the surrounding countryside.
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