Villa Olga Basilewsky

The villa was built between the end of the 19th century and the start of the 20th in front of the famous Fortezza da Basso in the heart of Florence. Built by the architect Aleksandr Julievic Jag following the canonical neoclassical style it was donated to the city by the Russian aristocratic family Basilewsky.
The large rooms on the first floor are decorated with gold-painted stucco and a noteworthy boxed wood ceiling.
The first floor also gives space to a private chapel. The villa is surrounded by a large garden home to many tall trees and enclosed by a masonry wall that features intricate cast iron finishings.

Villa Olga Basilewsky

Municipality of Florence

Villa Olga Basilewsky

Municipality of Florence

Villa Olga Basilewsky

Municipality of Florence

MAIN FEATURES:

  • Property: Region of Tuscany
  • Availability: Intended for sale by public auction
  • Total gross area: 900 sqm
  • Appurtenant uncovered area: 3,200 sqm
  • Current use: Health and Social sector
  • Present condition: Building to be fully restored
  • Type of present constraints: Complex bound by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities, Italian decree 95/2010
  • Area subject to protection as per Italian Legislative Decree 42/2004

Villa Olga Basilewsky

Viale Filippo Strozzi, 54, 50129 Firenze, Italy

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