The changes made to the villa during the 1950s had as most important result the construction of a large terrace overlooking the inner courtyard. This terrace, embellish by three terracotta “putti” and two columns holding artistically designed terracotta peacocks, is decorated with various “bocche di lupo “, thoroughly described in publications about Tuscan villas, meant for the deflux of rainwater. In a niche on the terrace a small statue depicting Queen Gertrud (Nuremberg Cathedral) was positioned to symbolize the predilection for Gothic architecture of late eighteenth century / beginning of twentieth century, which also influenced some of the Villa’s interior decorations (hand made iron details, etc.). The terrace is now connected to a large and versatile bedroom with a lounge area, which can be provided with a further single bed. A large bathroom with a shower with high standard finishing (marble, stainless steel and vitrified tiles) and a comfortable wardrobe complete this suite. This suite also includes all the accessories contributing to our guests’ comfort such as hairdryer, safe, air conditioning, telephone and flat TV.