Tuscan farmsteads and prestigious villas punctuate the surrounding hills.
The villa of exceptional historical and architectural pedigree commands a hilltop in Bellosguardo, an exclusive residential area on the outskirts of Florence. The estate, comprising several buildings within a completely fenced park overlooking the “cradle of the Renaissance” and the Arno valley, has been the home of Florence’s most important families dating back to the 14th century. The three-story, 1,235-square-meter villa with south-facing terrace offers breathtaking views, and its original Medieval-style façade maintains its unique charm. Surrounding the main villa are a two-story gardener’s lodge—a typical Tuscan farmhouse, two rural outbuildings converted into homes, and another building designed for residential use. Overall, the estate comprises some 3,200 square meters. Extensive private grounds include an olive grove and a majestic forest.