Situated in a panoramic position on the first Florentine hill, at the gates of Chianti, this splendid villa of medieval origin has been recently renovated with 90s design interiors. Once used as a watchtower, the structure became a Renaissance villa with the characteristics of a castle in the 1500s. The property is surrounded by a charming two-hectare park, divided between an olive grove with 130 plants and a garden, with space for a swimming pool and parking areas. The villa, with an internal surface of about 700 sqm, is spread over three levels: The ground floor offers an entrance patio overlooking a courtyard with views of the garden and the surrounding hills. It features two living rooms, a dining room, and a guest bathroom. It is possible to add a kitchen to the floor, currently located in the basement. An elegant spiral staircase or an elevator, in addition to the service staircase, lead to the upper floors. The first floor houses the sleeping area with four double bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. Among these, one has a whirlpool, two have a bathtub and shower, while the other two offer only a shower. The floor also includes a shoe room, a laundry room, and a wardrobe. In the tower, there is a belvedere with a panoramic 360-degree view, ideal for hosting a fifth bedroom with a bathroom or a study/refuge for the owner, guests, a painter artist, a writer, etc. The basement features a professionally equipped kitchen with pantry, a dining room, large vaulted cellars that open onto the garden, ideal for conversion into a tavern or for other uses. The basement also houses a technical room and a laundry area. The property also includes an independent two-story guesthouse, with an entrance, living area with living room, dining room, and kitchen, as well as a room used as a small bedroom or study. On the first floor, there is the master bedroom with a bathroom. The villa is equipped with a water spring and connection to the aqueduct. This is a unique opportunity for those seeking privacy just a few kilometers from Florence, with a convenient bus stop connecting the city and Santa Maria Novella Station right in front of the gate.