Located in Castellina in Chianti (a perfectly quaint town between Florence and Siena), Villa Michelangelo’s 10 bedrooms and seven bathrooms would be more than enough for someone looking to call Italy their home. Michelangelo purchased the property in 1549 and since then, it has remained in the Buonarroti family for over 300 years.
As if it could be more picturesque, the villa is set on a hill against a backdrop of cypress trees. If you’re looking for historical accuracy, have no fear. The property was restored to, “accurately tell the rich historical account of this property.” Also, the owner, “holds copies of the original documents and deed to the home,” so you can be sure that you’ll be getting exactly what you paid for.
Don’t be fooled by the simple charm of the place. It comes with a pretty hefty price tag that is almost certainly non-negotiable. However, if the budget allows, you won’t regret spending €7,500,000 ($9,274,800 USD) on this masterpiece.