In Signa, a charming town on the outskirts of Florence, stands this marvelous village whose complex of buildings (composed of three structures) was built around the 1600s, with the exception of the splendid and prestigious villa whose construction dates back to the 15th century . Over the centuries, according to private documents, the villa has hosted important noble families of Florence at that time and world-famous personalities from the art world. The landscape context in which the hamlet is located is truly unique and exclusive; in addition to the proximity to the center of Florence (from which it is only 15 km away), there are vast expanses of green that create a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere, with the possibility of pleasant walks in the hills or among the woods. The beautiful manor house it has the striking appearance of the typical Florentine noble residences of the fifteenth century, from which it is distinguished only by the particular of the altana that dominates the house from which the panorama of the entire city of Florence can be enjoyed. The prestigious period residence is surrounded by hectares of garden and park, embellished with artistic hedges whose elaborate symmetries recall the style of Italian gardens. The long avenue of cypresses that leads to the main entrance seems to have come directly from a postcard, as it preserves all the extraordinary tradition of the villas Tuscan. The luxurious villa is also equipped with an elegant and spacious swimming pool, equipped with deckchairs, parasols and sun loungers, thanks to which being able to find refreshment and refreshment on the hottest days. As for the interiors, every corner of the ... tells an important piece of history; the marble finishes, the wooden coffered ceilings, the arches that connect the salons, the crystal chandeliers, the artistic motifs that are repeated along the walls and many other details make the prestigious building worthy of the best luxury real estate. Today the magnificent complex lends itself very well to events, fashion shows, conferences, gala evenings, international meetings and more.