Arezzo. Prestigious real estate property nestled on a hillside at the edge of a wide valley basin between the Casentino, the Valdarno and the Val di Chiana. Vineyards, cypresses and olive groves surround the whole estate making this place the reign of calmness and serenity. The villa was built in 1915 in Art Nouveau style. There are big important rooms such as the billiard room, the study with the old library and the Dining Room. The villa is surrounded by a flower garden, a large pine wood, and a hilly land with olive trees. The property has a large swimming pool overlooking the Chianti region, with changing rooms and bathrooms and a professional tennis court, greenhouse and caretaker's house. The charm of the complex, its historical value, the lovely location and the presence of the private chapel and the panoramic tower make this Villa a truly unique object.
Beautiful, elegant and completely renovated, the villa is located in a peaceful and quiet environment with a unique view. It consists of 700 m² distributed in 4 floors and 12 rooms. On the ground floor there are the dining room with large fireplace, kitchen and study room, plus a bathroom. In the lower floor there is a games room, with pool table, the charming private chapel and a room used as a laundry. On the first floor there are 5 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms, one room has a terrace. On the second floor there are two bedrooms and two bathrooms, one of them leading to the rooftop terrace. The villa still retains the authentic tower and reading room.
The caretaker's house is on two levels and includes three bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.
The Villa is surrounded by a park of about 1.5 he, where we find a large swimming pool, 12 x15m and the tennis court.
The Villa is only 10 km from the center of Arezzo, the town offers countless works of art and museums. Indeed, for Arezzo are the frescoes of Piero della Francesca, the Loggia of Piazza Grande designed by Giorgio Vasari, where in June and September there is the historical re-enactment called Giostra del Saracino. Other interesting places in Arezzo are: The Romanesque church of St. Mary, the Roman Amphitheatre and the St. Dominic's Church, where the crucifix of Cimabue is kept. A 30 km to the south we find Cortona, in the beautiful Val di Chiana, where you can admire the Etruscan tombs of the Sodo Melon and the Etruscan Museum. Going north is the valley of the Casentino, rich in Romanesque churches and important castles in the woods of oak and chestnut. There are many small villages to visit in this area such as Stia, Pratovecchio, Bibbiena, with their silent monasteries and convents.