Summary

Villa La Quercia is a 3230 square foot Tuscan villa, dating back to the 17th century, built entirely using ancient terracotta and stones. It was purchased in 1963 by the abstract painter Francesco Clemente, whose artworks can still be admired inside the estate. It is surrounded by 20 acres of land, which is cultivated with vines and olive trees. The villa is situated in Impruneta, just half a mile from the center of town on a rise that dominates the Chianti hills, and eight miles from Florence.

Location

Impruneta, Metropolitan City of Florence, Tuscany, Italy

Description

Outdoor area: in front of the main entrance, there is a beautiful covered patio with dining table and a living area with bamboo furniture. On the backside of the villa, there is a swimming pool surrounded by laurel and cypress hedges and an open-air dining area.

Ground floor: dining room; double living room with fireplace; fully equipped Tuscan kitchen; double bedroom with ensuite bathroom and independent entrance.

First floor: three double bedrooms, each with ensuite bathroom, and a closet room.

Tower: single bedroom with twin size bed.

The guesthouse next to the villa consists of a double bedroom with ensuite bathroom, and can be rented separately in case guests need additional room.