The Villa Borghese, also known as Villa Medicea of Montevettolini, a grand mansion built in the XVI century, was once one of the 12 sumptuous hunting residences of the Granduca Ferdinando I, grandson of the famous Lorenzo de’ Medici “Il Magnifico”. Built on a hill of olive trees and vineyard overlooking the Val di Nievole valley, next to the charming medieval village of Montevettolini, the villa has retained its original architectural beauty and serenity.
Country house dating back to the end of the 18th century, located in the Noto Valley in the Gerrantini district on the provincial road 40 which connects the towns of Scicli and Sampieri. A long tree-lined avenue separates it from the road; a beam in front of the house and a rustic garden in which palm trees and prickly pears stand out frame the entire perimeter of the structure which consists of a large entrance with fireplace, a staircase leading to an attic with bathroom, three other bedrooms of two of which are very spacious, a large dining room with kitchenette, a very spacious living room and two bathrooms.
Contemporary and elegant villa set among almond and olive trees with sea views over the baroque town of Noto. The villa lies on the high plains above Noto and is only a few kilometers away from the town. Surrounded by almond and olive trees, the villa boasts beautiful views of Noto and its coast – a typical, and lovely, Sicilian panorama. The villa is furnished tastefully – carefully selected contemporary and traditional art hangs upon its walls, while modern touches blend seamlessly alongside the features of a classic Sicilian villa, from its white stone floors to its outside dining.