The coat of arms on the main road gates, depicting a rearing lion, is from the fourteenth century and reminds us of its previous owners of ancient times, the Acciaioli family. The property stands close to the heart of historic Florence. Even Though situated close to the city, the villa is immersed in an oasis of greenery and silence, enjoying a calmness and a salubrious air thanks to the hills that separate it from the city traffic. During walks among the olive groves and vineyards present inside the property, it is easy to come across wild pheasants, who are by now used to the inoffensive presence of man. On the north west side of the property there is a graceful chapel on 80m² of consecrated ground, with a baroque façade; in addition, a swimming pool, a closed glass gazebo with 100 seating places, fitted with heating and air-conditioning; two cellars and a magnificent garden with sandstone statues. The surrounding grounds equate to 7400m², of which 3000m² are used for winemaking. The villa actually has five entrances from its nearby streets, and an ample internal parking area, as well as one external. The residence has preserved its charm from repair work undertaken during the seventeenth century, commissioned by the owners Del Riccio who acquired the property previously. The recent and lengthy restoration work, in fact, was completed with complete respect for its historical and architectural value; even the grounds have had vineyards and olive groves reinstated just as they once existed. The property enjoys an amazing view out onto the Certosa and the Val di Pesa valley in the area Galluzzo – Tavarnuzze. TECHNICAL SHEET Interior surface: 1.885 sqm Exterior surface: 7,5 hectares of ground Cellar: 250 sqm Chapel: 95 sqm Residence: 336 sqm Farmhouse: 764 sqm Main Villa: 649 sqm
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