Located just 10 minutes from central Florence in a private park, the villa stands regally within its landscaped grounds. The façade of this prestigious Tuscan villa dates back to the 17th century when one of the city's ruling family's built the property and today boasts beautiful original works alongside contemporary comforts for 21st century living.
The cloistered courtyard into which one enters the property immediately gives one a sense of the history and grandeur of the residence and also provides a shaded place for outdoor living and dining in the summer months. The three principal floors of the Tuscan palace are linked by an ornate stone and gilt stairway and a lift. In total the there are 1,800 m² of floor area with state rooms on the ground floor and bedroom suites and further living rooms to the first floor. All the rooms to the ground floor boast high ceilings, superb frescoes, painted and coffered ceilings and majestic fireplaces. The quality of all the bathrooms is of the highest standard as well as generous dimensions. On each floor one finds kitchen facilities.
To the top floor of the property one finds further rooms ideal for children and staff which lead to the rear of the clock tower; the clock tower being the centre piece of the facade. The lower ground floor of the villa, with its vaulted ceiling and cobbled floors, is a charming space for rustic dinners and entertaining with wine cellars and gym facilities to the rear.
The level of restoration is truly exceptional due to the property's full restoration in 2001. The contemporary features set alongside 400 year old features make this one of Tuscany's most prestigious and unique residences.