Villa Campora

via delle Campora - Florence - Italy

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External Description:
Villa Campora is a villa on the outskirts of Florence located on a very quiet street. Thanks to
its position, the villa enjoys great tranquility. Near Via delle Campora is Via Senese where you can find all the city has to offer in terms of services. The villa has a private parking space but you can also easily find parking in the surrounding areas. Near the garden of the Institute of Art is Viale Michelangelo which leads to Piazzale Michelangelo where you can enjoy a wonderful view of the city.

Internal Description:
This villa of 200 m2 / 2153 sq ft is spread out over two floors and has 4 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms and can comfortably sleep up to 8 guests. On the first floor there is the living room, fully equipped kitchen with dining area, master bedroom, and bathroom. On the second floor instead, there is a second kitchen, 4 rooms that can be used as bedrooms, studies, or for your own personal needs, a laundry room, and second bathroom with shower.

The villa is not completely furnished giving you the possibility to customize it to meet your needs. Furthermore, the owners are willing to remove and add some furniture upon request.

Our Opinion:
Villa Campora is an ideal choice for those looking to spend a medium term stay in Florence with family or friends, in a quiet, residential area close to all amenities and services the city has to offer.

Air conditioning: present in all rooms

Pricing information:
Monthly price: € 3,800.00
Not included in the price: linens, final cleaning, garden maintenance. Utilities to be paid upon presentation of the bills (water, gas, electricity, internet), waste tax (TARI), agency commission
equivalent to 15% of the rent + VAT; contract registration fees for stays over 30 days (which by law must be in Italian) equal to 1% of the total rental cost (with a minimum fee of € 33.50), plus tax stamps.

Security Deposit:
2 months’ rent via wire transfer is required before arrival as a guarantee for damage.

Situated at the ancient entry doors of Florence just a few steps from Porta Romana, Via delle Campora, is a one way street with little traffic, just outside the historic district of the Oltrarno.The name “Oltrarno” literally means “beyond the Arno” and this neighborhood which stretches along the south bank of the river represents a different facet of Florence than that of the area near the Duomo. The Oltrarno perhaps displays the true character of Florence and in general is slightly quieter, greener, and more relaxed than the other districts of Florence. Indeed many tourists tend to choose the Oltrarno for this reason. Traditionally an artisans’ quarter, the Oltrarno still boasts today many lovely antique shops and artisans’ studios (in particular furniture and leather-workers) and Via Maggio remains the focus of Florence’s thriving antique trade.

Over time the Oltrarno became a rather chic area and many aristocrats chose this neighbourhood to build their villas and palaces, the largest of these being the Pitti Palace, which became the home of the various Grand Dukes. Today this sumptuous palace houses several important museums which rank amongst the best in Florence. Other major sights the Oltrarno has to offer are the Cappella Brancacci with its fabulous frescoes, Piazzale Michelangelo with its breath-taking views over Florence, the magnificent church of San Miniato, (one of the highest points in the city of Florence and also one of the best examples of Romanesque architecture in Tuscany) together with the most famous and oldest bridge in Florence, the Ponte Vecchio, home to a glittering array of jewellery shops and goldsmiths.

Extending up the hill from the Pitti Palace are the formal Boboli Gardens, an outdoor museum of garden sculpture that includes Roman antiquities as well as 16th and 17th century works. The Oltrarno is famous for its wine bars such as Olio & Convivium, authentic trattorias serving typical Tuscan cuisine, including Il Santo Bevitore, I 4 Leoni, and Il Magazzino, not to mention the wonderful fresh produce market held every morning in Piazza Santo Spirito. For those choosing an apartment in this area the Oltrarno quarter also offers a variety of grocery stores, pastry shops, bakeries, gift shops, and much more.

Public Transportation:
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On Via delle Campora or the surrounding streets, you can easily find parking. The Florence city center is a ZTL zone which means a limited traffic zone and therefore special rules apply to entering this area. This particular villa is not located within the ZTL which is an advantage, meaning that driving to the apartment and parking nearby is fairly easy. Nearby the apartment you will find adequate street parking, which you will pay for between approximately 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. When seeking on-street parking please note that you must only park in blue lined spots as the white lined spots are for resident permit use only. Parking costs vary within the city with the highest charges being found towards the centre of Florence. If you prefer, you can park in a private garage or choose one of the several car parks (usually underground).

This property for rent is not a hotel, agritourism, B&B or similar, and therefore by law, extra services similar to those you may find in these types of accommodations, such as a reception, concierge or security, receiving mail, provision of meals and drinks, cleaning and change of linen during your stay, and amenity kits with soaps etc. are strictly prohibited.

APE energy certification: G 278.4340 kWh/m² per year

Booking conditions

  • Inclusions Initial cleaning
  • Available methods of payment: Wire transfer
    Credit Card
  • Check-in time: 15:00 - 19:00
  • Check-out time: 09:00 - 11:00
  • Cancellation Policy The full rental amount paid will be retained.


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