The entire complex of Villa Peyron Fontelucente the Forest of the formal garden, the spacious park, the surrounding woods and olive groves are located in a beautiful location with spectacular views to the south of Florence and a shot of Castel di Poggio to the east.
The garden is divided into several terraces sloping down towards Florence, arranged with a parterre of box hedges along the south of the Villa. The first dates back to the transformation of twentieth-century terrace of the villa by Angelo Peyron, while other interventions in the park were made later by his son Paul in mid-twentieth century.
The villa was probably built on the ruins of Etruscan and for ever, reconstructions and transformations until he assumed its present appearance by the architect Ugo Giovanozzi. [show more...]