Nestled within the verdant hills of Pian dei Giullari, occupying a dominant position that provides a spectacular view of the city, we are delighted to offer for sale this magnificent historical villa dating back to the 14th century. The property unfolds over three levels, offering a total living area of approximately 500 sqm. The ground floor houses, in addition to the impressive main lounge, numerous other spaces dedicated to representation and day areas. The villa shelters an invaluable fresco by the Renaissance artist Antonio del Pollaiolo, an exemplary multidimensional artist, unfortunately partly ruined. The sleeping area includes various rooms and a stunning, spacious terrace overlooking the surrounding lush hills. The second floor features an “attic” that could be transformed into an additional independent apartment or luxury suite. The property is further enriched by additional rooms that can be adapted according to various needs. A large 300 sqm “garage” offers the opportunity to be converted into a wellness area, indoor pool, or other functionalities. This space can also be connected to the villa through an exclusive underground entrance, enabling direct access to the property from the garage without crossing the garden. The property enjoys a terrain of approximately 3 hectares, composed of a park, an olive grove shared with the neighboring properties, and about 2,000 sqm of garden for the exclusive use of the villa.