Villa Monte Albano

What was once the majestic estate and hunting residence belonging to the Granduca Ferdinado I, grandson of the esteemed Lorenzo De’Medici Magnifico, has now been beautifully restored by its present owner. Located in an enchanting setting, and enjoying spectacular panoramic views of the Val di Nievole Valley and medieval town below, the property is perched upon a hill and nestled amongst olive trees and vineyards offering guests an idyllic Tuscan retreat. 

This impressive estate frequented by Italian and French nobility from the beginning of the 1800s, emanates such a rich history with its sumptuous decor, each room decorated with antique furniture, stunning paintings and sumptuous venetian glass chandeliers from the 17th century.

The property enveloped by a beautiful Italian garden with a large swimming pool and extensive park, offers its guests a unique way to experience such a magnificent and exclusive Tuscan refuge, whilst experiencing total calm and tranquility overlooking the undulating Tuscan hills in the distance.


  • A Medici villa of great historic significance
  • Built on a hill of olive trees and a vineyard overlooking the Val di Nievole valley and the rolling hills of Tuscany
  • Enchanting Italian garden
  • Large park
  • Many different terraces with comfortable seating and dining areas
  • Beautiful swimming pool  



  • Stunning antique furniture, paintings, Venetian glass chandeliers and Persian carpets dating back to the 17th century
  • 7 bedrooms (6 doubles and 1 twin)
  • 7 bathrooms en-suite
  • Air Conditioning in all the bedrooms
  • Antique library/Reading room
  • Various large living rooms
  • Formal dining room that seats 20 people
  • Kitchen with informal dining room
  • Many open, log burning fireplaces
  • A guest book that reads like a "Who's Who" of European nobility including Paolina Bonaparte, sister of the Emperor Napoleon