The original main building of the Villa was constructed around a 15th century watchtower. The property belonged to the noble family who erected a large house surrounded by gardens. In 1930 Ugo Tarchi, the famous roman architect refurnished it. It was at this point that the Villa was to become a property renowned for its luxurious appointments and natural beauty. Formal Italian gardens were designed and installed with a pond to accommodate swans. Winding pathways were cut in the park-like grounds and through the adjacent woods, and a large swimming pool was added. Farmhouses were added for the groundskeepers and other staff, modelled in the rustic Tuscan style. Greenhouses, stables and cowsheds were added. A 4 km aqueduct was put in to ensure all the fresh water such an important house and extensive gardens would require.At the beginning of the second world war the Villa was rented to the Bulgari Family, the famous jewelers of Rome. During the second world war , due to its strategic central location, the villa became the headquarter for the German Army, and later for the Allied Troops. In 1989 the property was bought by the actual owner, who has spent years returning the Villa its original splendor. SURFACES: Villa: 2.450 sqm Farmhouse refurnished 920 mq Old Farmhouses; 1.378 sqm Outbuildings; 500 sqm Ground: 11 ha including Park and Gardens, Young vineyards and arable farmland.
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