As if born from the stones of Tuscany themselves, Villa Alisea amidst a vast rural property surrounded by hills overlooking Arno Valley. Just 14 kilometres away, Renaissance aficionados will discover the outdoor museum of Florence, and not far away, Siena, Arezzo and Pisa reveal the secrets of Tuscan art. Marked by an old olive grove, vineyards and green forests, this 18th-century villa was restored to its original style, taking you back to those rich moments in history.Learn more
Offering a harmonious dialogue between man and nature, the local landscape is a source of inspiration for the villa’s architecture. The garden was inspired by the Land Art movement, and is decorated with native plant species. The geothermal-heated swimming pool melts into the background reflecting the clear blue sky. A terrace overlooking the Arno Valley reflects the sun’s playful light. A gym with sauna and whirlpool complete this total relaxation.
The lobby opens to a large bright living room with exposed beams and fireplace, a 67-square-metre dining room and a beautiful terrace overlooking the valley. A fully equipped kitchen runs alongside the breakfast room. A staircase leads wine lovers to a small cellar bar fitted with an 18th-century bread oven.
Upstairs, 5 bedrooms are each equipped with a private bathroom where space is thoughtfully and functionally designed. Attached to a single bedroom, one bathroom is equipped with a toilet and sink. The colours and natural materials reinforce the overall calm and relaxing atmosphere.
In the words of Victor Hugo, “art is to man what nature is to God.” Writing and playing music in the silence of the attic, enjoying a magnificent view of the landscape, one can truly give nature to art.
This property has the following amenities. Please note that your concierge will be able to answer any other need you might have.
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