FLORENCE, ITALY
Newly Acquired: New Photography Coming Soon
FLORENCE, ITALY
Newly Acquired: New Photography Coming Soon
FLORENCE, ITALY
Newly Acquired: New Photography Coming Soon
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EQUITY ESTATES PORTFOLIO     CITY   

4 BEDROOMS

4 BATHS

2,700+ SQ/FT

SLEEPS 8

BREATHTAKING VIEWS

HEART OF THE CITY

THE RESIDENCE

Welcome to the Florence residence, a beautifully renovated 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom apartment rich in history. Originally built in the 16th century and later owned by the world-famous ceramic artisan, the Marquis Carlo Andrea Ginori, this spacious apartment is perfectly situated between the fashion and historic districts. The home retains much of its historic charm with decorative coffered ceilings and traditional Florentine shuttered windows while offering modern washrooms and kitchen.  In this 2700 square foot elegant 3rd floor residence, you will enjoy many beautiful features.

FEATURES AND AMENITIES

  • Excellent location in a historic neighborhood with plenty of café’s, restaurants, shopping, and sightseeing within walking distance
  • Stunning and spacious entrance hall and living room
  • 4 bedrooms and 4 ensuite bathrooms with a spacious master suite
  • Modern kitchen with laundry
  • Historic, renovated 16th-century building
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CRADLE OF THE RENAISSANCE
Florence earned its nickname because of its churches, monuments and architecture. Perhaps the most famed example is The Duomo, built by Filippo Brunelleschi in the classic Italian Gothic style in 1296. Today, The Duomo is still one of the most visited sites in all of Florence and is truly something to marvel at!
CRADLE OF THE RENAISSANCE
Florence earned its nickname because of its churches, monuments and architecture. Perhaps the most famed example is The Duomo, built by Filippo Brunelleschi in the classic Italian Gothic style in 1296. Today, The Duomo is still one of the most visited sites in all of Florence and is truly something to marvel at!
CRADLE OF THE RENAISSANCE
Florence earned its nickname because of its churches, monuments and architecture. Perhaps the most famed example is The Duomo, built by Filippo Brunelleschi in the classic Italian Gothic style in 1296. Today, The Duomo is still one of the most visited sites in all of Florence and is truly something to marvel at!
CRADLE OF THE RENAISSANCE
Florence earned its nickname because of its churches, monuments and architecture. Perhaps the most famed example is The Duomo, built by Filippo Brunelleschi in the classic Italian Gothic style in 1296. Today, The Duomo is still one of the most visited sites in all of Florence and is truly something to marvel at!
CRADLE OF THE RENAISSANCE
Florence earned its nickname because of its churches, monuments and architecture. Perhaps the most famed example is The Duomo, built by Filippo Brunelleschi in the classic Italian Gothic style in 1296. Today, The Duomo is still one of the most visited sites in all of Florence and is truly something to marvel at!
CRADLE OF THE RENAISSANCE
Florence earned its nickname because of its churches, monuments and architecture. Perhaps the most famed example is The Duomo, built by Filippo Brunelleschi in the classic Italian Gothic style in 1296. Today, The Duomo is still one of the most visited sites in all of Florence and is truly something to marvel at!
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Enchanting, Romantic, Irresistible… Florence is truly one-of-a-kind. If you enjoy world-class art and architecture, gourmet eats and fine wines, Florence is the ideal destination for you. It has hardly changed since the Renaissance and few cities in the world are so filled with masterpieces at every turn—from its 15th century palaces, to its cobbled streets, to its medieval chapels, to its world-class museums. Encompassed by wine-rich hills, Florence is also a gourmet paradise. Fresh pasta, incredibly simple pizza, homemade gelato, decadent wine… try it all in Florence! When you’re finished taking in the sights and tastes, make sure to check out the fabulous shopping. From high-end Italian designers to local artisans and boutiques, the shopping in Florence is truly world-class.

GOURMET OVERLOAD

Learn Italian Cooking Skills

One of the most popular activities in Florence is cooking. With options ranging from an hour to a full day, there’s a course for everyone. We like the full day options which take you to a classic Italian market for ingredients, teach you to make fresh pastas and sauces while sipping local wines in the countryside, and of course include a full tasting of your efforts!

THRILL SEEKER

Experience Ferrari

Take a spin in the car of your dreams through the stunning Florentine hills. You’ll decide how long your test drive lasts and build your own itinerary, complete with stops for a cappuccino or an aperitivo if you’d like. Truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience, in a breathtaking setting.

SIGHT TO SEE

Skip the Line at the Accademia Gallery

Take an evening walking tour of the Accademia Gallery. Here you’ll discover the Renaissance period through artwork of all kinds. Learn about Michelangelo’s “David”, among many other historic gems—from world-famous masterpieces to lesser-known works of art.

DON’T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT…

Best City in the World

Condé Nast Traveler

Best City in Europe

Travel + Leisure

Europe’s Leading Destination

World Travel Awards

“A city-size shrine to the Renaissance, Florence offers frescoes, sculptures, churches, places and other monuments from the richest cultural flowering the world has known.” – National Geographic

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