Old World Charm and Modern Luxury
“There may not be a better place to stay in all of Tuscany.”
– Rose D, East Grand Rapids, MI
Lucardo Alto 36 is a renovated townhouse embedded in the wall at the arched entrance of the 14th century Castellino Lucardo. Its three-year renovation was completed under the supervision of the Italian government’s Office of Protection for historical and artistic monuments.
The commanding height of this Tuscan retreat provides uninterrupted views of the vine-covered Chianti, including the towers of San Gimignano and the Florentine hills. Its located at the highest point in the county and on a clear day, it is possible to see the snow-capped Apennines to the north, from the church piazza.
The arched stone stairways of Castellino Lucardo wind upward through four stories, from a vaulted cantina to a master bedroom beneath massive chestnut beams.
Looking to own a villa in Italy? Lucardo Alto could be yours. Please email for prospectus.
“Besides the beautiful setting, it was a great location for day trips to Florence, Pisa, Cinque Terra and so many other wonderful places.”
– Sylvia T, Belmont, MI