The Casole Farmhouse is immersed in the green valley of the Mugello, a territory rich in art and history, the area where the Medici family traces its origins
......A meeting place of culture in time...
The property belonged to the Church up until 1350 when it was ceded to the Landi family. Towards the end of the 16th century, the Landi family name went extinct and the property was passed on to relatives with the Altoviti family name.
During this time, the villa was the center of an intense cultural period, in particular during the period in which it belonged to Bindo Altoviti, a great merchant who even commissioned Benvenuto Cellini to sculpt a bronze bust of Altoviti.
The farmhouse is located in the municipality of Vicchio, birthplace of the famous Giotto and Beato Angelico....
An extraordinary Tuscan landscape...
Located on the southern slopes of the Apennines, the Casole Farmhouse property extends from an area at about 350 meters above sea level to arrive at about 600 meters above sea level in the higher areas of the property.
This height difference provides an incredible panoramic view of the surrounding landscape.The Casole Farmhouse spreads out over 230 hectares (568 acres) with cultivated fields of grain and wheat, oak chestnuts, grazing fields and woods.