Sumptuous villa dating back to the 14th century immersed in the green hills of Pian dei giullari overlooking the city of Florence. The plan of the villa of about 400 square meters is spread over 3 levels. The front facing the garden has a large serlian arch supported by columns, above which stands a large terrace. The façade of the building is decorated with a magnificent portico in classic Renaissance and Corinthian style. The building lends itself to being renovated and transformed into a whole luxurious residence with large living rooms, 4 suites on the first floor, each equipped with a private bathroom (with the possibility of installing hammam and whirlpool in each), respectively on the first and top floor. The ground floor includes, in addition to the main living room, additional spaces used as a representative and living area. The villa houses an invaluable fresco, painted by Antonio del Pollaio that was most likely partially ruined in the purges of Savonarola (visible from the photos).
On the night floor, in addition to the rooms a beautiful large terrace overlooking the surrounding hills. The second floor "attic" could be transformed into an additional independent apartment/suite within the property; On the floor there are also additional rooms and rooms to be used at will.
To complete the property we find a large "basament" of 300 square meters where there is the possibility, preferably, to use the same as a large garage (now used with this feature), or turn it into a spa area, indoor pool other. This space can also be connected to the Villa creating an exclusive underground entrance through which you can directly access the property from the garage and without having to go out into the garden to access it.
The property benefits in its entirety from a land of about 3 hectares composed of park, olive grove for common use with adjacent properties, as well as about 2,000 square meters of garden for the exclusive use of the VILLA.