Apartment inside a suggestive villa dating back to the early 1900s, built by a Russian art collector which dominates the hills above Florence.
The property characterized by an access staircase that takes us up to an imposing wrought iron door with the initials of the first owner is divided into two completely independent levels which can also be split into two separate living spaces. On the mezzanine floor there is a large entrance area, a bright hall for the living room with high ceilings, a kitchen, a double bedroom with bathroom and two studies with relative mezzanines that offer two bedrooms and a bathroom.
The basement floor features a large study with a fireplace, a large pink marble bathroom, a dining room, living room, fully equipped and a eat in kitchen, and a room with a bathroom that can be used both as a staff room or as a possible warehouse.
The property is completed by a garden with a high turret which serves as a viewpoint over the surrounding landscape. Two private parking spaces are provided in front of the property, with a further 4 parking spaces available in the common square.