TENUTA DI BOSSI, PONTASSIEVE (FI)

One of the Gondi family’s most important estates is the Villa Bossi in Pontassieve, which has belonged to them since 1592.In the second half of the 18th century, under the ownership of Niccolò Antonino Gondi, the Villa Bossi was extensively remodelled, enlarged and embellished with splendid baroque decorations, while its[…]

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TENUTA DI CAMUGLIANO, PONSACCO (PI)

Above photo: Andrea Vierucci Camugliano, one of the most important Estates in Tuscany,founded by the Medici family as a hunting retreat, belongs to the Niccolini family since 1634 and it is a place where everything is preserved with love and passion. The interlacement of its secular history with the events[…]

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TENUTA DI MONACIANO, CASTELNUOVO BERARDENGA (SI)

Tenuta di Monaciano is located in the heart of Chianti region, just 4 km from Siena. The Villa, which was the manor house, dates back to 18th century. The gardens of the Villa host a grassy Amphitheatre, enclosed by secular trees and marble statues. Hidden in the English garden, there is the old lemon[…]

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TENUTA DI MONTECHIARO, SIENA

Grigio da Barberino di Val d’Elsa, forefather of the Griccioli (formerly Gricia) family, was born in 1345. The Griccioli had an important role within the Repubblica di Firenze since the XIV century, and then moved to Siena in 1720.The Griccioli family owns the marvellous Tenuta di Montechiaro where, after a[…]

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TORRE E CASA CAMPATELLI, SAN GIMIGNANO (SI)

One thousand years of history in a family home Casa Campatelli is an 18th century residence in the town of San Gimignano, which incorporates one of the town’s famous medieval towers. An upper-middle class residence in the 19th and 20th centuries, the house through the furniture, interior decor and paintings[…]

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VILLA DI BIVIGLIANO, VAGLIA (FI)

The Villa di Bivigliano is an austere and imposing building built in the style of Bernardo Buontalenti. The current villa was built on the remains of an ancient castle belonging to the Cattanei di Cercina family and was restored by the Ginori family at the end of the 16th century.At[…]

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VILLA DI COSONA, PIENZA (SI)

The villa of Cosona is situated in the countryside near Pienza, on a hilltop between Val d’Orcia and Crete Senesi – a Unesco heritage territory – offering a timeless panorama as far as the eye can see.The origin of the name dates back to the Etruscans (Cusna, kusunias), the first[…]

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VILLA DI GEGGIANO, CASTELNUOVO BERARDENGA (SI)

Villa di Geggiano was given to the Bianchi Bandinelli family as the dowry of Girolama Santi when she married Girolamo Bandinelli in 1527.Its majestic appearance today, including its elegant 18th century furniture and decorations, is the result of radical rebuilding and restoration by various family members during its history. Originally[…]

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VILLA DI TECOGNANO, CORTONA (AR)

This beautiful hillside villa, built in the late 1700s, embodies all the positive characteristics of Tuscany. An arched gate and a cypress-lined road, for instance, mark the entrance. The private drive is flanked by vineyards and olive groves, as well as a secular towering pine tree and an old stone[…]

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VILLA DOSI DELFINI, PONTREMOLI (MS)

Masterpiece of the Baroque of Pontremoli, Villa “dei Chiosi” was built in the late XVII century by the will of the brothers Carlo and Francesco Dosi, two rich businessmen that found in the Grand-Ducal Potremoli the ideal place where to develop their prosperous trades between the port of Livorno and[…]

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