Casa Cavalleggeri

Casa Cavallegeri was a horse outpost and a geodesic point starting in the year 600. In 1939 Count Uguccione and Countess Lea Della Gherardesca commissioned the architect Tullio Rossi to transform it into a hunting and summer residence. 
The house is situated in the Upper Maremma along the Tuscan Coast, between the Port of Baratti and San Vincenzo.  It is located only a short walk from the Mediterranean Sea, through the Nature Reserve of Rimigliano, and with a private park measuring seven hectares. It is one of very few houses positioned directly by the sea with its own private cabin built on stilts on the beach. 
Fifteen minutes north is the famous wine making town of Bolgheri, home to some of the best Italian wineries including Sassicaia, Ornellaia and Guado al Tasso.
A few kilometers south lays the Baratti bay and the town of Populonia, amongst the beautiful
beaches and steep forests you can find Etruscan ruins everywhere.
Casa Cavalleggeri is composed of 8 bedrooms, of which three are doubles, two have twin beds and three are singles. The ground floor of the house consists of a large living area, a dining room, office, guest bathroom and kitchen with eating area. Adjacent to the living area and dining room there is a large terrace, overlooking the garden, swimming pool and tennis courts. There is also a housekeeper’s apartment located on the ground floor. 

  • Maremma, Tuscany
  • 13 guests
  • April to October
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