Castiglion Fiorentino, Arezzo | Tuscany
Pricing Notes- Security deposit: EUR 1'500
- Final Cleaning: EUR 400
- Tourist tax: EUR 1.00 per day for the first 7 days for each guest (not applicable for children under 14 years)
- Electricity consumption cost (for A/C & heating): EUR 0.50/Kw
- Sauna & Inside pool: EUR 450/week
Villa Layout Details
Entrance floor: fully equipped kitchen, 2 indoor dining areas [18 seats][8 seats], open plan living room with fireplace, laundry room
interior heated pool [3m x 6m] with Jacuzzi, sauna room - access to the outdoor through balcony doors...
First floor | access through stairs or lift
Giada: double bed, [A/C], sat. TV, and ensuite bathroom with shower - window view
Zaffiro: double bed, [A/C], sat. TV, sitting room and ensuite bathroom with Jacuzzi- window view
Corallo: double bed, [A/C], sat. TV, and ensuite bathroom with Jacuzzi- window view
Topazio: double bed, [A/C], sat. TV, and ensuite bathroom with Jacuzzi- window view
Ametista: double bed, [A/C], sat. TV, and ensuite bathroom with shower - window view
Rubino: double bed, [A/C], sat. TV, and ensuite bathroom with shower - window view
Perla: double bed, [A/C], sat. TV, sitting room and ensuite bathroom with shower- window view
Piano terra: double bed, [A/C], sat. TV, separate room with sofa bed, ensuite bathroom with shower
Mansarda: small room with double bed, [A/C], sat. TV, and separate bathroom with shower - suitable for children
Entrance level: private pool [12m x 6m] with loungers, outdoor dining area [6 seats], covered dining area [18 seats], built-in BBQ, fountain
Sun porch with lounge area and indoor dining area [20 seats]
Gracefully sitting in the heart of a green valley, overlooking the magnificence of the Tuscan countryside and its verdant lands, Villa Michelangioli captivates all senses in one go. Surrender to its unique allure as you walk through the flower beds, beautiful garden, well-manicured lawns, and γο past the fountain, right before your heart skips a bit upon sight of the captivating vaulted ceilings and the tastefully designed interior spaces exuding a rustic appeal.
Pampering the eye with everything expected from a traditional Tuscan mansion, including terracotta roof tiles, rich colours of nature, raw textures, and water, stone, and wood elements at the forefront blending with contemporary details to give out the distinct Old World charm characterising traditional Tuscany villas.......
Why rent Villa Michelangioli
A cup of freshly-ground coffee awaits the moment you open your eyes while you are being greeted with panoramic views of rolling hills and the cloudless Tuscan sky. The breakfast can be served either at the sun porch or any of the elegant indoor and outdoor dining areas.
And, as the little ones roam around the gated mansion with the green grass, you and your loved one enjoy a soothing and relaxing experience at the sauna room or the Jacuzzi. Or you could all splash around the indoor heated pool or the private pool outside while your private chef prepares dinner at the fully equipped kitchen.
Accompanied by the happy chirping of the birds and the soul-caressing sounds Mother Nature composes, you can stroll around the property or even ride your bikes and explore the lush landscape enveloping one of the most spectacular and luxury villas in Arezzo.
Showering you with exclusivity, privacy, and ample personal space to unwind and, at the same time, share fun and unforgettable moments with your most precious ones, Villa Michelangioli feels like a peaceful escape, indeed.
On a chillier day, you can all gather around the fireplace or the BBQ and taste the most delicious traditional Tuscan flavours, just before you organise the most exciting outing to the nearest attractions, including Arezzo, Cortona, Montepulciano, and even Florence, which are all no more than an hour’s drive away!
Nearby amenities and things to do
The stylish mansion is located close to Castiglion Fiorentino village belonging to the Arezzo province. It is a beautiful place with a historic piazza dating to the mediaeval times featuring Romanesque buildings, 13th-century churches with interesting Gothic elements, the 16th-century Vasari loggia with the spectacular balcony offering ravishing views of the Val di Chio, and the Municipal Art Gallery that is home to precious, well-preserved 13th-century works of goldsmith. Shops, restaurants, mouth-watering gastronomy, cafes, and lots of other tourist facilities and lovely hamlets dotting the surrounding terrain await to augment your Tuscan experiences