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€ 7,900,000 Will Get You The Exquisite 17th century Volterra Villa

By Victor Baker


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Volterra Villa

Set amidst beautiful fields and olive groves of Tuscany, this mesmerizing 17th century villa overlooks the panoramic countryside near the ancient Etruscan hilltown of Volterra. Florentine architect Gherardo Silvani designed and built the Volterra Villa himself, covering 30,968 Sq Ft. of living area and featuring an exterior painted in a warm ocher color.

Twenty-two gorgeous bedrooms, extremely spacious and filled with natural light, with vaulted ceilings and large windows and 20 marvelous bathrooms are meant to feel anyone spoiled and above the rest here.

The Villa is surrounded by manicured grounds, offering tranquility and privacy in exchange of that large amount of money, with the glorious Tuscan sunsets being a welcomed bonus. Several useful outbuildings are charmingly positioned on the lot as well, mainly grouped around the courtyard, restored and habitable for a possible staff.

Volterra Villa

The property boasts various luxury features, including a large swimming pool, numerous terraces, an indoor cinema, a sauna, a professionally equipped kitchen and more. These wonderful amenities offer considerable potential for a number of different possibilities, especially since the villa was good enough for noblemen and members of the aristocracy, in particular, the Inghirami family.

Over the years, the Volterra Villa has hosted many important dignitaries, and even the great Napoleon visited this place, which proves just how seducing this lovely estate could be. The property is just one hour away from the Pisa International Airport and the major towns of Tuscany, including Florence and Siena. Rome is 3 hours away as well, but who in their right mind would ever want to leave this place?

Volterra Villa


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About Victor Baker

Victor has always been a big fan of cars, which is why he’s so proud to call himself a genuine petrolhead these days. His love actually stemmed from his father, who was an automotive engineer. Today, he loves to write down everything that comes to mind, car-related or not, and when he really gets down to it, he pretty much becomes one with his laptop.

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