A historic villa in Tuscany

Posted on Fri, 9 Feb 2024 by KiM

Tucked away in a tranquil Tuscan Valley is an early 1800s farmhouse surrounded by olive groves and rows of grapevines. Fully restored and thoughtfully designed by Studio Magness, the property serves as a special place for family to gather together away from hectic city lives. Glowing in the singular Tuscan light, the exterior of the property is anchored by stone walls and Cyprus trees. Inside, accommodations for entertaining abound and rooms are filled with light from deep-set windows. Shadows from a large tracery window enliven the simplicity of the stair. Tile flooring, the ceiling rafters and beams, custom stair rail, and interior shutters provide lovely character while the sleek kitchen, with its beautiful finishes and cabinetry, beckon.
This home(s) is so spectacular I am speechless. To own such beauty and be able to escape every day life in a place this magical steeped in history….. Architect: Brian E. Boyle; Photos: Richard Powers.

barbward says:

Please serve my Montepulciano on the loggia if you will so I can catch the sunset. Stunning!

Lisa says:

That tile floor is to die for

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