An atmosphere of pure Tuscany
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Tuscany, Italy, Florence
A charming residence surrounded by a magnificent botanical park
Welcome to Villa Marchesa, a charming residence surrounded by a magnificent botanical park, meadows, woods, vineyards and olive groves that slope gently from Montalbano towards the Arno River.
Immerse yourself in an atmosphere of pure Tuscany as you stroll among vineyards and olive orchards. Come and discover the magnificent frescoes and fine furniture that decorate the bedrooms and living rooms of the villa.
Travel through time and enjoy the halls adorned with original frescos and architectural detail, as well as the ancient, unique, and priceless art that only a historical property of this scale and relevance can offer.
Restored in 2018 to surpass its original splendor, the grounds are situated among vineyards and olive groves covering 320 lush hectares of iconic Tuscan landscape.
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Villa Marchesa was constructed in the mid 1700’s by the noble Frescobaldi family. Later, a prominent politician from a neighboring city, Marquis Cosimo Ridolfi married into the Frescobaldi family and assumed a prominent role at the villa.
Cosimo Ridolfi, known as the father of modern Italian agriculture, curated and planted stunning botanical gardens containing more than 3,000 unique and exotic species of plants and trees.
- 70 sqm internal Historic Theater (one of only 5 Italian villas with a theater)
- Two panoramic towers with meeting room, and a living room
- Two panoramic terraces, one with 300 square meter solarium
- Private Chapel
- Active winery open to visitors and available for events
- 16-hectare Botanical Park with an Italian Garden