Impruneta, Florence Triboli

10 Bedrooms — 16 Pax

Villa Triboli

Set on a hillside with commanding views over formal

gardens and the surrounding countryside, the main villa

can be approached from both sides. The main front door

leads into the grand entrance hall with staircase and has

doors off to the formal reception areas with large

windows overlooking the gardens.

The ground floor also comprises a large country-style

kitchen, formal dining room, media and music rooms.

The main staircase leads to the staff quarters on the

mezzanine floor and on up to the main

bedrooms on the first floor where there are 6 bedroom

suites, the majority of which have large windows

looking out onto formal gardens.

All the suites are attractively furnished and decorated.

2 reception rooms. Stairs to second floor currently

used as children’s quarters providing 4 bedrooms

and 3 bathrooms.

 

 

Location

Built in the late 19th century by Poggi, one of Florence’s

greatest architects, the Villa is to the south of the city and

just outside the town of Impruneta, famous for its terracotta.

Fifteen minutes from the centre of Florence and thirty

minutes from the airport, this impressive Florentine country

estate provides the unusual combination of a wonderful rural

location with easy access to this magnificent renaissance city.

The estate, enjoying fantastic south-facing views over the

Chianti landscape, is accessed by a 1 km cypress-lined

private drive.


Secondary Buildings

The property includes a separate building

close to the main villa of c. 450 sqm.

providing 2 apartments for staff or guests.

Large orangery with garaging,

underground wine cellar with further

accommodation above.

There is a 19th century gate house at

the entrance to the estate.

 

Gardens and Grounds

The Villa sits in approximately 100 hectares,

of predominantly woodland, including

approximately 6 hectares of olive groves, a

large lake and formal gardens surrounding

the main house.

The gardens were designed by the famous

Italian landscape architect, Pietro Porcinai,

in the late 1950s.

 

The swimming pool has astonishing views

over the surrounding Chianti landscape.

There is a large ornamental pool also

designed by Pietro Porcinai and gardens

boasting some impressive specimen trees

 

 

Villa comprising:

• Ground floor:

- 2 main reception rooms

- Formal dining room

- Kitchen

- Utility room

- Media room

- Music room

• Mezzanine floor:

- 2 staff bedrooms

with bathroom

- Laundry room

• First floor:

- 6 bedrooms

- 5 bathrooms

- 2 reception rooms

• Second floor:

- 4 bedrooms

- 3 bathrooms

• Large orangery and wine

cellar with accommodation

on first floor

Approximately 100 Hectares

• Secondary buildings

with 2 apartments

• Formal Gardens

• Gate House

• Swimming Pool

• Lake

• Ornamental Pond

• Cypress-lined drive


 

Triboli

Villa Location