Historic villa with manorial chapel and garden located on the hills of Florence, a short distance from the historical centre.
The 350 sq.m manorial villa comprises 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms and is currently divided into two apartments with independent access that could easily be combined to form a single dwelling.
Additionally there is a private 130 sq.m chapel dating back to the 13th century dedicated to Gino Capponi (who was buried here, until his transfer to Santa Croce). The building has been converted into a guesthouse with a living area with kitchen, bedroom and 2 bathrooms. The chapel altar is still in place and dominates the elegant living room.
Finally there is the 170 sq.m independent guest apartment created under the villa's garden, with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. The unit could alternatively be used as accommodation for the caretakers or villa staff.
Outside is the well kept private garden of 750 sq.m that stretches between the villa and the chapel. A paved 140 sq.m courtyard shielded and surrounded by a crenellated wall is paved in wood and is home to a characteristic original stone well. Beyond the access road, the 985 sq.m park continues and is covered with olive trees that, in addition to providing shade in summer, can be used to produce a small quantity of oil for private use.
There is an approved project for the construction of a private swimming pool.