Villa Capponi was built in the XIV-XV centuries.
A former Palace on the outskirts of Florence offers nearly ten acres of land, beautiful frescoes and the adjacent Church. The property belonged to the order of the nuns of the convent of San Domenico del Maglio in Florence since the 1930-ies, when it was donated by the previous owner.
Only two nuns were living here when the Russian architect and designer Kulish first visited the house in 2013 (originally there were 40). Mr. Kulish has offered to buy the Palace in 2017, and the nuns accepted the proposal because of the difficulties of detention of such property. The exact amount of the purchase is not named.
The architect founded the company in early 2017, all received approval to turn the estate into luxury apartments. Now here developed 14 apartments with one, two and three bedrooms, and each will present original features – vaulted ceilings and frescoes. But there will be modern elements, including kitchen Toncelli Cucine and home automation systems.
One bedroom apartments will cost from 500 thousand to 530 thousand euros. The cost of two-bedroom apartments varies between 900 million – 1.5 million euros, and three-bedroom – 1.8 – 2 million euros. In the largest room, which is under development, prices are not yet named.
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