Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi reportedly have bases in St James's Palace and the Cotswolds, but they could also jet off to Italy for a private break thanks to Edoardo's family's palace.
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The property developer's family own a spectacular 18th-century property known as Villa Mapelli Mozzi in Ponte San Pietro, a small town an hour's drive from Lake Como in Italy. Complete with 13 bedrooms, two libraries, an outdoor swimming pool and 18,000 square feet of space, it has all the amenities of a royal residence and would make an incredible holiday home for Beatrice, Edoardo and their baby Sienna.
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It also comes with a sister villa approximately 20 miles away in the town of Casatenovo which is available to rent on Airbnb. Take a look inside…
The formal dining room
Each room is a reflection of the home's rich heritage, with grand stucco ceilings as seen in the dining room. There are hand-painted doorways and regal chandeliers in the space, and an extensive dining table with gold metal chairs lining either side.
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The second dining room
The second dining room has Venetian marble flooring, and a smaller table lined with olive green chairs that have floral cushions for comfort. There is a fireplace below a large mirror at one end of the room, next to a glass cabinet showcasing a collection of fine china.
The billiards room
Guests can retreat to the billiards room for a game of pool, or select one of the novels from the yellow glass-fronted bookshelves and relax in a leather armchair. The room is painted a cream colour with a large chandelier.
Tall archways and Venetian marble floorings can also be found in the corridor. It has wooden furniture including a dresser at one side, and chairs upholstered in cream satin.
Tall French doors open up onto the garden. At night, the building is lit up via warm yellow lights that sit along the bottom edge.
Candle lanterns are positioned at each walkway within the garden.
The living room
The living room features herringbone wooden flooring, and a combination of brightly coloured furniture including a red armchair, a green armchair, and a side table dressed with a floral tablecloth.
The living room also has floor-to-ceiling windows, and a blue and cream floral armchair.
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