The history of this manor begins in the middle of the fourteenth century. For centuries, this residence belonged to one of the most notable families, and in the nineteenth century was sold for the first time.
Then, restoration works were carried out, which then continued in the twentieth century, as a result of which the villa acquired a modern look.
At the moment, this architectural ensemble includes the main villa, a concert hall with annexes, a caretaker's house, and a large park.
Many famous figures stayed here — for example, Galileo when he wrote ”The Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems“, or Marcelin Debuten.
- The main building of the villa: 2,347 m²
- Conference room: 443 m²
- Caretaker's house: 200 m²
- Greenhouse for lemons: 40 m²
The villa has all the necessary amenities for a permanent residence or holiday of a big family.
The estate is located on the top of a hill in Florence. Shops and cafes are just a short drive away.