A wonderful residence Montalto is sold in Florence, near the river with a panoramic view of the city. The residence was built in the Middle Ages and was rebuilt in the nineteenth century by Count Hochberg, who bought it in 1885. In 1920 the villa became the property of bibliophile Thomas De Marinis, one of the founders of the neo-Renaissance style. The architecture of the building includes many different architectural elements: a tower with a copper roof of the dome, balconies, towers typical for the neo-Rococo. The residence covers area of 17 hectares, of which 6 ha are covered with a park and 11 ha are covered with agricultural lands. The main house has area of 3400 sq. m, the adjacent villa is 1100 sq. m, the tower is about 260 sq. m, the villa "Il Canneto" is 1300 sq. m, the reception is about 100 sq. m, thus the total area of buildings is more than 7100 sq. m. The residence can be expanded by 20%, and a luxurious hotel with wonderful suites can be created. Price is EUR 30 000 000.
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