The ground floor of the mansion has a spectacular kitchen fit for the most demanding chef with classic furnishings, a giant industrial cooler and servant’s quarters. On the same level, there is a stunning living room, breakfast room, spectacular dining room with inlaid marble floors as well as an office, game room and family room with beautiful views of the hills.
The first floor is divided into two wings: one of them holds the 5,000-square-foot master suite with a hand-carved fireplace, balcony, terrace with stunning views, his and hers private bathrooms and a spa, sauna and Turkish bath. On the opposite wing, there are four additional suites, including a VIP suite with silk paneled walls. The mansion is decorated in a classic style with rich textures of marble, polished and carved woods, vaulted ceilings embellished with frescoes, and sumptuous European furniture.
Palazzo di Amore has a garage for 27 cars, but can accommodate more than 150, if necessary, in its extensive driveways. For relaxation and entertainment, there are swimming pools, tennis and basketball courts, a movie theater with 50 seats, bowling alley, and a ballroom.
Although grapes were cultivated on the extensive property grounds, the vineyards were not used for the production of wine. Greene, a connoisseur and wine lover, hired two producers to work full time on the site. Also included in the main mansion is a private wine cellar with a capacity of 3,000 bottles, a tasting area, plus a temperature controlled underground storage for another 10,000 bottles. If you want more, the house also comes with the original aging barrels. Currently, the estate produces about 500 cases of wine annually.
Palazzo di Amore represents a lifestyle of luxury at the highest level. Its future owner will enjoy an elegant, convenient and unique property with a distinct added value: its vineyards and wine production. ■