And if a castle in the heart of Tuscany is not enough to fulfill your dreams, the extravagant decor of Sammezzano Castle is sure to seal the deal. It was acquired in the 17th century by a Spanish nobleman, who decorated its 365 rooms in a colorful Moorish style, making the castle one of the most prominent examples of orientalist architecture in Italy.
The property is 58,448 square feet in total and home to a park with 57 giant sequoia trees, with one even reaching 164 feet.
To learn more about the castle, take a virtual tour, or make an offer, the official listing is available here. You can even schedule an in-person tour, if you’re a truly serious prospective buyer.
H/T: Lonely Planet