Elegant residence belonged to the Aldobrandini family with views of the Italian garden is made up of 2 double rooms a small kitchen living room and 2 bathrooms surrounded by cypress trees that make suggestive and rilassante'appartamento environment it is part of the farmhouse and is located inside the main building overlooking the famous Etruscan tomb called La Montagnola. The four rooms plus two bathrooms that make up the old housing have four windows overlooking the original Italianate garden guarded by an important and ancient tabernacle alongside the natural spring. The elegant comfortable accommodation and welcoming reserve privacy and relaxation for guests; the surrounding greenery and the complete absence of noise make the atmosphere even more suggestive. On the ground floor is the kitchen complete the living room and the small main bathroom with shower and a closet. The staircase leads to the second floor where there are two bedrooms, one with double bed and the other with two single beds and small bathroom with shower but no bidet. The view of the garden and the landscape is truly unique. The old accommodation is very well suited for people staying on business. Being an old mansion also the stairs to the upper floor are in tune at the time of the house. Visit our website
The accommodation is a few meters away from the public bus stop (on request information and timetables) to get to the center of Sesto Fiorentino or the bus stop for Florence. About 400 meters away is the Aqaba restaurant where you can enjoy a great pizza and good fish in an ancient and elegant setting. The house is about 2 km from the hospital oncology Villa Accountants. The mansion is located just 35 minutes drive by car from the famous Barberino Outlet .Benedetta and Monica will be more than happy to answer any curiosity and or information that you will want to address. On request we can organize mini tours and visits in the surrounding area and not only. We can reserve for payment transfer services to and from airport and railway station.
the popular district since antiquity as the fifth highest, can be a starting point for hikes to Monte Morello. Always walk you can visit the famous Medici villas, Villa di Castello, built by the will of Cosimo I dei Medici, and which took over the project to Vasari in 1534. Still on foot and a few meters away from the Villa di Castello, you can reach Villa Corsini first belonged to the Strozzi family and then Rinieri within which you can visit a wonderful Italian-style garden designed by the "Tribolo". Continuing on foot along Via della Petraia find Villa Petraia, born in the Middle Ages as a fortress and desired by Brunelleschi family, and then move to the Strozzi family until 1544 that dates from the news of the possession of the Medici.