The Villa built in the early 1900s in a dominant and reserved position is rightly considered the most beautiful villa in the Valdarno. The villa is set in a verdant setting, in the heart of the Florentine Chianti, a few kilometers from the place chosen by Sting for his residence in Italy. The villa of 700 square meters is spread over three floors plus an attic floor, surrounded by a perfectly maintained fenced garden, recently tastefully renovated, and currently used both as a residence and as an accommodation facility. Inside, in fact, there is a large master apartment, already prepared for the construction of other suites in case to increase the number of rooms for guests and divided as follows: Raised ground floor: large entrance with large marble staircase, living room, hall dining room with kitchen, living room, English style bathroom and two bedrooms. On the first floor: two attic rooms with en-suite bathroom, directly connected to the tourist accommodation and dedicated to it. In the remaining part of the villa, arranged over three floors, there are another 10 bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms, the reception rooms on the ground floor, with the kitchen and laundry rooms. In the garden an enchanting dependence with pergola is a living room with bedroom and bathroom directly overlooking the 12x6m salt warm water swimming pool, from which enjoy a splendid view over the valley. To complete the property, the garden dotted with secular pines and in which there are several areas equipped for outdoor dining and at the service of the swimming pool, a comfortable and large garage of 86 square meters and a fenced area for horses.
Numerous artifacts have been found in the Valdarno which testify to the presence of human settlements since the Stone Age. There were numerous peoples who habited the valley, including the Etruscans, the Ligurians and the Romans, thanks to the fertility and abundance of fauna. On the Valdarno, there is a greater number of historical sources dating back to the Middle Ages, a period in which Tuscany was one of the richest and most important areas in Europe. During the Middle Ages the first walls began to be built and to rise, and the villages took on considerable dimensions for the time. In the Late Middle Ages, in the communal age, the Valdarno was at the center of three great centers in conflict with each other: Arezzo, Florence and Siena. Consequently, the Valdarno was the scene of many clashes; the valley, in addition to being strategic from a geographical point of view, was also important for food resources. After the victory of Florence, the valley was definitely placed under the government of the Florentine Republic.
Incisa Val d'Arno (5 km), The Mall Luxury Outlet (3 Km), Florence city center (34 km), Florence airport (45 km), Arezzo (56 km), Siena (94 km), Lucca (107 km) , Pisa (117 km), Forte dei Marmi and Versilia (140 km)