Located a few steps from the center of Forte dei Marmi and 50 meters from the sea , this amazing property is a rare example of residential architecture of the '30s. Built in 1932 by Eng. Pacchiani , owner of a famous quarry of Carrara marble, the villa was meant to be his personal residence therefore featuring exquisite internal and external finishes, as well as unique architectural details. The finest veins of marble have been used to make sculptures and balconies , floors and stairs , finishes in bathrooms and doorframes, all being kept in perfect condition. Original hardwood panels of the '30s adorn the living room, the dining room and study , exceptional wrought-iron details are found in the main staircase and outside . The property consists of a main house and a guest house (7000ft2 total), both surrounded by a beautiful garden featuring a large driveway . It is very quiet and bright, with a splendid view of the entire coast of Versilia and the Apuan Alps . The villa consists of two floors plus a cellar / basement (2 meters height ) and an attic( walk-over with heights of more than eight feet ) and it includes: main entrance, 2 service entrances, kitchen, wide lounge area consisting of dining and living room, study complete with library and bathroom. On the first floor: four large bedrooms , two bathrooms , attic with possibility of recovery. In the basement : a large wood-paneled wine cellar of the late 19th century and a walk-over crawl space along the perimeter of the house. The dependence of about 250 square meters on two levels, consists , on the ground floor : entrance hall, living room, kitchen , utility room, laundry room, bathroom . On the first floor : living room, two bedrooms, two terraces ( one of which is huge ) overlooking the courtyard, large master bathroom .