Villa dell'Angelo is a typical historic Tuscan villa with an exclusive swimming pool. The villa overlooks the typical Tuscan countryside - hills and olive groves, chestnut and oak woods - all immersed in an oasis of silence.
This independent villa, built in the second half of the 18th century, is located on the last western slopes of Monte Albano, about 250 meters above sea level. Originally it was composed of two farmhouses which have been joined together (maintaining however a total independence if required during the winter season).
For almost 50 years the owners have cultivated their passion for antiques and have furnished the villa with pieces purchased from antique dealers, auction sales or antique fairs. Some of the most unique pieces are the beautiful doors in each room. In particular the two doors in the central hall and the one in the green room on the ground floor. All are from the 17th century.
The kitchen has a 250 year old double marble sink and a collection of 12 ceramic tiles with early 20th century zodiac symbols above the stove.
Of note is a large 17th century chestnut plaque above the wide staircase that descends into the large living/dining room. In this spacious room is a magnificent set of 10 17th century chestnut Florentine chairs and a spectacular and remarkable 16th century northern Italian stone fireplace. In the master bedroom an 18th century painted double door from a noble palace in Naples and a 17th century chest of drawers. In the red bedroom a very nice Louis XV closet. There are many antique prints on the walls from different parts of Italy (Venice, Rome, Naples etc.). Art objects can be seen throughout the villa. All the rooms have Persian carpets. Many other pieces, more or less important, have all been chosen in the spirit of tracing our roots in the past. Even in the garden you can find stone pieces, as well as old Tuscan terracotta vases.