Villa Volpi estate in Italy
Villa Volpi, a neo-classical palazzo overlooking the Mediterranean that's featured in Italian luxury label Tod's new ad campaign, has been listed for sale at $33 million.
Located 96 kilometers south of Rome's two airports, on the Tyrrhenian Sea near the resort town of Sabaudia, Villa Volpi sits on 26 acres of land including a private beach. Nearly 400 meters of Mediterranean coastline provides breathtaking beaches and beautiful dunes that protect the residence from prying eyes, while at the far end of the property, the waters of the lake provide a complete change of scenery and access to year-round water skiing. The estate is the creation of Countess Nathalie Volpi di Misurata, an aristocrat with a reputation for impeccable taste and refined elegance who enlisted celebrated Milanese architect Tomaso Buzzi to build the palazzo in 1960. Villa Volpi's seven lavish bedrooms and entertaining spaces have played host to many notable guests over the years, from celebrities to royalty, society and international dignitaries. Additional buildings on the estate include a three-bedroom guest house, a two-bedroom cottage and stables.L
Listed by: Christie's International Real Estate