For what you’d pay for 3.5 Bugatti Chirons you could buy Michelangelo’s Villa in Tuscany ($8,1 Million) and get to hang out in the Renaissance master’s home for as long as you want. The property was bought in 1549 by the great Florentine artist, it’s been recently restored to maintain the historical accuracy, and it’s ready to move in.
The main house (once a fort) measures 12,916 sq ft (1,200 sq m) and holds eight bedrooms & seven full baths, while a separate guest house has two additional bedrooms, and there’s also an outbuilding that could serve as extra storage space or office. A surrounding 6-acre exterior lot, complete with an oil mill and 200 olive trees, adds to the value of the property, which could easily be transformed into a bed & breakfast (huge business idea here, folks!). via