Villa Fabbroni is an historical location. During the middle ages the property came into the possession of the Buondelmonti family, who transformed the main house into one of the many family castles. The oldest remaining part of the building was constructed in this period and still stands today.
In the course of the centuries, the castle history has been intertwined with that of the "Florentine Republic", then with the "Tuscan Grand-Duchy", and finally, with the "Kingdom of Italy". Most recently, the castle was owned by the Counts Miari Pelli Fabbroni, who gave the house the name "Villa Fabbroni". The Fabbroni family renovated the villa in nineteenth century style and made it their hunting cottage. When Florence was the capital of Italy, King Vittorio Emanuele II was a guest at the villa. The land surrounding the castle was rich with game and fruitful vineyards, which produced a wine very similar to "Bordeaux".
Nowadays, Villa Fabbroni is owned by Stefano and Sergio, who will welcome you at their idyllic and intimate home. They will also introduce you to the wonderful Tuscan cuisine, served in their charming restaurant. During your holiday you can opt to follow a cooking course
with chef Sergio.
800 mt far from the villa lies Villa Panzalla situated on Chianti hills at 400 mt on the sea level. The 5 apartments of the 17th century villa are completely renovated and restored into comfortable holiday homes. The property has a panoramic swimming pool and is surrounded by olive groves, vineyards, cypress trees and a forest. A place for relaxing and peace of mind, but at the same time very close to cities of art like Florence, Siena and Arezzo. The access to the property is with 2 km of dirt road.
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