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Villa Licia Estate

P.O.A
Tuscany
Property reference: FLB0087
P.O.A
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KEY FEATURES
  • 28 Bedrooms
  • 26 Bathrooms
  • 3 Swimming Pools
Full Description
Living Area:  1,900 sq m
Land Size:  5 hectares
View:  Cypresses, vineyards, olive groves and forest
  • Main Villa
  • 2 Independent Houses
  • 9 Apartments
  • 3 Swimming Pools
  • Private Fine Italian Gardens
  • Olives
  • Vineyards
  • 3 Private Gate entrances
  • Private Chapel

The historic renaissance Villa with its variety of Tuscan classical gardens is situated on a hill near Mercatale in Val di Pesa. Cypresses, vineyards, olive groves and forest abound.

Located only 30 minutes’ drive from Florence city centre and airport. Only 50 minutes to Siena.

In the heart of the tranquil Italian countryside bounded by cypresses, vineyards, olive groves, and forests, lies this historic estate overlooking the Chianti Classico Hills. Dating from the 13th century, this estate has a noble history and is one of the finest examples of traditional Tuscan estates in Chianti Classico.

The impressive cypresses lead to the entrance gate of Villa Licia. The main Villa, the historic chapel (1647) and four traditional gardens with fountains and sculptures. The villa was once used as a convent and later as an agricultural estate.

This magnificent estate encompasses 1,900 sqm of living space surrounded by 5 hectares of land with elegant Italian gardens and agricultural land with olives and vines. There are two luxurious private villas, three atelier apartments, and a historic dwelling, Fatoria Marzocco, which offers four apartments. Local artisans using the finest Tuscan materials, which bring a quintessentially Italian feel, have carefully renovated the estate’s stylish interiors.

The property is both a private residence and tourist residences. The property great potential as a private luxury residence or a commercial touristic activity.

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