One of Florence's most important Renaissance buildings, Serristori Palace, is coming back to its old splendor thanks to some major restoration works.
This prestigious sixteenth-century building belonged to the noble Serristori family, faithful allies of the Medici, and stands on the bank of the river Arno, close to the city's world-famous sights.
This magnificent building measures 5.500 square meters overall, has five floors and features priceless well-preserved original elements. The common areas include a SPA, a fitness area, a swimming pool, and a 2,478-sqm garden.
This luxury estate is on two levels with an independent entrance and measures about 300 sqm. The ground floor includes a living area embellished with frescoes and consisting of a spacious living room with direct access to a private garden, a splendid dining room, also with access to the garden, a kitchen and a guest bathroom.
The upper floor features a sleeping area with two double en-suite bedrooms with walk-in closets.