The epitomy of luxury living in Italy, an exclusive property with park and pool, located in the old town of Monterchi, Arezzo.

The building has its origins in the XVII century and has been attributed by historical documents to Grand Duke Ferdinando II de’ Medici.  It is known with certainty that the Vicar of the Grand Duke resided there.

The current owners’ family acquired it in the 1800s, along with the Rocca, which is what remains of the ancient medieval castle of Monterchi. Living in this palazzo means enjoying all the advantages of the town centre, without sacrificing absolute privacy and tranquility.

The accommodation of the building covers 1000 sqm and is spread over three principal floors, including a basement.

On entering the palace into the main hall, there is an immediate impression of elegance: you can still admire the coats of arms of the noble families who lived there.

Its high ceilings, impressive fireplaces and large windows create an airy and luminous environment.

In addition to the two residential levels, there are a large cellar of approximately 400 square metres, and the attics.

The well-maintained and beautifully landscaped garden has a total area of about 650 square met+res and is spread over two levels.

In the upper part, characterised by a geometric subdivision of the spaces by hedges and rose plants, there is a Jacuzzi pool of 8 x 4 m with gazebo. From there you can admire a charming view of the Clock Tower of the Town Hall of Monterchi.

The property is located in the highest point of the town of Monterchi, famous for the presence of the fresco by Piero della Francesca “Madonna del Parto”, one of the greatest works of the Italian Renaissance.