The villa built by Aldo Guccison of Guccio Gucci, who founded the famous Italian fashion house in 1921, is at the sale in Romeon Via della Camilluccia, for 15 million euros. The property, marketed by Forbes, is for sale in idealistic. The building has several floors and has 18 rooms and 14 bathrooms. The main villa is complemented by a second building, an indoor garage, outdoor parking spaces, a swimming pool with changing rooms and a beautiful garden.
Villa Gucci in Rome, where it is located
The Gucci Villa in Rome it’s located in Via della Camillucciaone of the most exclusive residential streets north of the city.
The property was restored in the 1990s and has a beautiful park of about 7,000 square meters. In total, the property is surrounded by about 10,000 square meters of landscaped land. Behind a private gate is a beautiful main entrance surrounded by trees, at the end of which is the main villa. Below the large garden with a separate entrance is a second villa that needs to be renovated.
Villa Gucci in Camilluccia, when it was built
As it says in the advertisement, Aldo Gucciwho had moved to Rome from Florence to continue the expansion of the family business, began construction of the villa in the late 1940s, which was completed in 1951. Aldo Gucci, the eldest of five children of Aida Calvelli and Guccio Gucci , was president of Gucci from 1953 to 1986.
The property is inspired by a mix of English style and Tuscan accents. After all, Aldo Gucci’s wife, Olwen Pricewas born in Great Britain, which is why there are typical bay windows and other characteristic ornaments on both facades of the house.
The second villa, with access from Via Pecori Giraldi, was also built by Aldo Gucci in the early 1960s for one of his sons. The two villas have belonged to the Gucci family for many years, now the heirs have decided to look for a buyer who can give new life to the property, increasing its value.
The main villa is distributed as follows:
- First floor with majestic entrance built around a beautiful wooden staircase in the shape of a shell, bright living room with beautiful windows, living room with fireplace, second living room with grand piano, dining room, study, large guest bathroom.
- Second floor with master bedroom with beautiful windows overlooking the garden and pool, two en-suite bathrooms, dressing room, built-in wardrobes and four more bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms.
- Third floor with a large living room with fireplace and a stunning view of the center of Rome, a bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, a terrace and a staircase leading to a large roof terrace with a magnificent panoramic view from where you can see the Altare della Patria In the distance.
- At garden level There is a large kitchen, a games/billiards room, a laundry area and a service area consisting of two bedrooms, a bathroom, a smaller room and a garage.
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