When a single-family residences has aproper noun name, it is usually pricey and grandiose. The single-family residence in Sicily, Italy, aka PalazzoHedoné, keeps that train of thought on track.
This ulta-luxury property is a totally renovated property that dates back to the 18th century. The 12-room estate of limestone was discovered in 2006; it took three years to restore it.
Called the Palazzo Hedoné, the villa is being sold furnished; it is outfitted with marble fireplace mantels imported from Paris and French Empire-era antiques, among other elements. Its creeper-covered main entrance is off a stone staircase ascending from a side street near a historic church. Large wooden doors painted lavender open to a palatial hall with a bedroom and adjacent bath to the right and a staircase directly ahead