Located on the summit of the highest hill of a wonderful estate, Villa del Duca dominates unforgettable views of the Lucchesia and the surrounding mountains. This villa is ideal for large groups of people. Originally conceived in the Nineteenth century, the villa has undergone a painstaking preservation process throughout the years, which has maintained the original splendor of the entire structure and has allowed the introduction of modern amenities without altering the original harmony of each internal and external environment. The main body of the villa is set amidst a perfectly kept Italian garden. The vast estate around Villa del Duca also includes the original and still functioning oil press built in 1850, a lovely frescoed chapel, terraced hills covered with olive groves, and a horse riding center. The sight from the villa is a composition of classic Tuscan countryside portraits. The eye gazes at the olive groves covering the hills and continues to the impressive roman-style, brick-and-stone aqueduct, and ends on the line of cypress trees defining the road that from this unique villa in Tuscany takes to the gates of the estate and the horse riding center.
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