On the hills around Florence, prestigeous apartment in a historical villa, bound by the fine arts, with a large garden italian style
Spacious and prestigious apartment restored in the service area of a villa, (cellars, laundry and implant area) and renovated during the division of one of the most prestigious residences around the city of Florence, dating back to the fifteenth century and belonged to some of the most important noble families of cities such as the Buonsegni, the Bartolomeo Mori, the Landi up to the Frescobaldi. The villa was famous for having hosted Queen Elena of Romania in the ’30s, who commissioned to the Architect Pinsent to recreate the outdoor spaces according to the formal Italian garden style. This garden is part of the object of sale.
At the beginning of the 1900s it was restored by Giuseppe Castellucci. In the 90s it was renovated and divided into 7 distinct, luxurious high-profile homes.
The apartment, with an independent entrance, is spread over an area of about 500 sqm and has a large private garden. It is composed of 3 connected living rooms, enriched by fireplaces and coffered ceilings, and by brick vaults; kitchen, dining room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, third master bedroom composed by dressing room, bathroom and bedroom.
The last part of the building has been converted into a small apartment for guests consisting of a living room with kitchenette, 2 bedrooms and bathroom, which also has an independent entrance.
Service area with laundry, one bedroom with bathroom; cellar situated behind the living rooms.
The finishing are the original one: original terracotta floors; vintage brick ceilings; original doors.
Beautiful Italian garden enriched with flowers and plants of 850 sqm + 50 sqm of pergola, situated at the entrance of the main living room. Limonaia of 50 square meters inside the garden.
Condominium parc with olive trees and production of olive oil
Parking place available
According to article 1755 Civil Code both vendors and buyers are entitled to pay the real estate agent’s commission.