For art lovers everyone, this one comes as a pleasant surprise as Michelangelo’s former Tuscan villa has now hit the market for €7.5m. The 9,687 sq. ft. villa features 10 bedrooms and 7 baths.
The renowned Italian artist from the High Renassaince movement, Michaelangelo used to live in this wonderful Tuscan villa which has hit the market €7.5m after being fully renovated. In 1549, the Chianti villa was bought by the Sistine Chapel painter and remained in Michaelangelo’s family for over 300 years. The villa features 10 bedrooms
The current owners have sensitively restored the artist’s home and its period features. To the misfortune of everyone, the villa does not possess any original frescoes by the Florentine artist, nevertheless, this beautiful home has several ornamented touches that are simply too exquisite to describe.
Some of the best interior design characteristics of the villa include rooms with vaulted and beamed ceilings, colossal stone fireplaces with seating nooks, stunning terracotta tiled floors and white walls that combine the traditional and contemporary styles.
In addition, the Tuscan home highlights arched doorways that lead through the 12,916 sq ft Italian property’s ground floor spaces, including the kitchen where one can be marvelled by an original stone hearth and basin.
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Source: The Spaces