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The opportunity to renovate and preserve a piece of familial memories located in the Tuscan countryside while a grand undertaking was a beautiful opportunity to bring siblings together on a project that held priceless value. Carlo Pallavicino inherited the house from his mother who inherited from her parents. Named the Villa Tavernaccia, with the help of his art historian, turned interior designer sister Ilaria Miani, the estate is now home to Carlo and his wife and their children, now grown. Furnished with antiques passed down from their grandparents, the home shares its history and the garden and acreage as well is abundant offering much sustenance and beauty. With 700 olive plants that produce quality olive oil, the garden as well offers enough produce to eliminate the need to go to the market. Carlo’s mother Valentina overseas the garden and the English roses, and is currently creating a line of soaps to be called, what else, Tavernaccia.
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