Villa Firenze ▪ Beverly Park
Evocative of grand villas in central and northern Italy of the 16th and 17th centuries, such as Villa Corsini in Florence and Palladio's Villa Barbaro, Villa Firenze was designed to accommodate an extended family and envelop them in restrained and elegant comfort. The collection of buildings was planned to look as though the owner started with a small rubble-stone cottage on an estate and then added on as his family grew, building a small house that now contains guest quarters and eventually a large family house. The landscaping features formal axes and gardens, antique fountains and statuary, and an orchard.

Interiors by Ray Ripee
Landscape by James Reeves