This historic villa is located on lands that were part of a wider territory once owned by Lorenzo the Magnificent, who had elected this ideal location for his hunting and later, the property went to the Cybo-Malaspina family. The villa was built in the late sixteenth century and finds testimony in the cellars with beautiful groined vaults ceilings. The facade gives thanks to its current layout to the intervention of the Gualandi family from Pisa who became the owners in the seventeenth century. The Gualandi, however, were unable due to economic reasons, to complete the internal accommodation and for the villa began a long period of neglect and decay. It was bought by locals and, until the end of the thirties, inhabited by different families of farmers. The purchase by the current owners dates back to those years, who designated the Architect Severini from Pisa to make a radical restoration that gave the current distribution structure to interior spaces of the villa. The villa is a private residence, where the owners live mainly during the summer. The villa is spread over six floors, with a total of 2,615m, including a basement, used as a cellar, utility rooms, and all the other above ground, for exclusive residential use. On the ground floor there is a study, two living rooms, a large hall, a dining room, a breakfast room, an office, a large kitchen, 2 pantries, 1 bath and 1 guest toilet. One can access to the upper floors, as well as from the main staircase and the back stairs, even with an elevator. On the second floor there is a large hall, a cloakroom, eight bedrooms with air conditioning units, 6 master bathrooms plus one service bathroom, two closets. On the mezzanine floor there is a bedroom. On the third floor, equipped with a central heating system with boiler working with natural gas, there is a living room, a kitchen, seven master bedrooms equipped with air conditioning units, 5 bathrooms plus three bedrooms with service rooms and en-suite bathrooms. On the top floor is a walkway around the dome with some stock rooms under the roof. The cellar ceilings are groined vaults, partly plastered and partly left on sight by bricks in cotto; on the ground floor the groined vaults ceilings are also plastered and partly in wood and brick, while the atrium and the staircase cover is a frescoed dome. Inside, the floors are of various types, from the cotto of the cellar Venetian floors, to the wooden and ceramic ones in the upper floors. The park-garden of 17,610 m, with extensive lawns and ancient trees, has internal roads, with well-defined paths by hedges and arranged with fine gravel. Inside the park-garden there is a large pool of 20 x 10 m, with an area of 5 x 10 m used as solarium and a 50 m basement room for filtering equipment and maintenance of the water. The property, in addition to the main villa and the park is made up of_ Caretaker Property_ the building consists of 145m, spread over two floors. It has two entrances_ one on the garden and one external to the property. Garage / Utility room_ the building, masonry, of 125m, covering one floor above the ground floor level in concrete. Green house : The building, masonry and in glass, of 100m, spread over one floor above ground. Storeroom / Warehouse_ the building, masonry, of 67 m, spread over one floor above ground. Henhouse: The building, masonry, of 15m, spread over one floor above ground. Pool dressing room_ the building, masonry, of 35m, spread over one floor above ground and consists of two dressing rooms, a bathroom, a kitchen and also includes an outdoor roofing coverage in bricks with sink and cooking area.