Law of attraction believers, you might want to pin this up. This palace of a luxury villa is located at the heart of a 2700 acre private estate on Tuscany border in Italy. The owner, Count Antonio Bolza, specializes in refurbishing isolated buildings spread across the estate which he then markets them to premier clients. Design and good taste runs within the family. The Count’s son, Benedikt Bolza, is in the list of Architectural Digest’s AD100 and his brother Niki Bolza is an interior designer as well. Together they are masters in giving new life to century old farmhouses like the one below.
Palazzo, as the name suggested, is a large formal villa located in the heart of the Reschio Estate. An External twin staircase leads up from the front terrace to the First Floor and the floor in the Italian Villa tradition is called the Piano Nobile and holds the formal Drawing Room and Salone. A solid stone tower contains a semi-spiral hand built travertine staircase leading from basement to the second floor where the spacious master suit is located. There are four further en-suite guest bedrooms, one on the ground floor and three on the first floor. Palazzo has recently been restored to the very highest standard of renovation and design and incorporates many innovative features whilst saying true to the age and integrity of a classic villa. It stands in a commanding position with magnificent 360 degree views and has an extensive parterre, a heated 20 x 5m infinity swimming pool with covered loggia, a tennis court and several outdoor sitting and dining areas
What’s the rent like? About Rs.1.8 lakh/night. (That’s about $4000/night)