Seaside village overlooking the Tuscany part of Tyrrhenian Sea, Forte dei Marmi takes its name from the fort that lies at the heart of the city, built by Grand Duke Pietro Leopoldo in defense of the harbour whose main purpose was to serve as a base for the marble commerce that at that time occurred mainly overseas.
Dubbed The Artisan, this Italian-inspired villa is situated on a 4.59 acres lot in La Morelja, Northern Madrid, the Spanish version of Beverly Hills, with affluent neighborhoods and high-profile residents. It features a breathtaking lush mature garden designed by the noted landscape architect, Fernando Caruncho – they brought in the magnolias from the famous Italian nursery, suppliers of the Medici in Pistoia, Florence.
Situated in the centre of Italian region Val D’Orcia, the most coveted place in Tuscany, this charming country house boasts 8 double ensuite bedrooms and a beautifully furnished beamed-ceiling interior. Buonriposo, which means ‘good rest’, crowns the valley alongside over twenty castles and rest houses.