This villa of inestimable artistic and historical value stands in the heart of Bellosguardo. This is a neighbourhood of Florence, located in the south-west, on a small hill from which you can enjoy a view of the historic city centre. The view, although narrow, is strongly suggestive and almost unknown to the mass tourism. There are many villas, some of which are of Renaissance origin, which have hosted, over the centuries, many famous people, as evidenced by the plaques affixed by the City Council (e.g. Giuseppe Garibaldi, Ugo Foscolo, Henry James, Florence Nightingale and many others). Outside, the property looks like a manor house with adjoining spa, Turkish bath, sauna, relaxation area and swimming pool. At the entrance you are greeted by a large courtyard where a historic fountain stands. The entire estate has recently gone through a deep and complete renovation which, thanks to the abundant use of the highest quality Carrara Marbles, has brought it back to its former glory. At the ground floor, we find the living area which includes a very spacious dining room, a kitchen with a gas fireplace, three bedrooms, one adjacent to the other and all with en-suite bathroom. Going up the beautiful marble staircase we get to the sleeping area on the first floor where there are three other bedrooms, still equipped with en suite bathrooms as well as two balconies overlooking the surrounding countryside.