A Tuscan villa once belonging to Leonardo da Vinci is on the market for $14.6 million, which, considering how much one of the Renaissance master's works usually costs, may be something of a bargain.
The home, with sweeping views of the Mediterranean Sea, includes walls personally designed by the artist himself.
The ultimate definition of a Renaissance man, da Vinci was a renowned painter, sculptor, architect, inventor, engineer, mathematician, cartographer, anatomist and botanist. He briefly lived in the estate during the early 1500's, just a few years prior to painting his masterpiece, the Mona Lisa.
The villa is selling for a fraction of the price of what the artist's works normally command on the art circuit. Last year, a private collector purchased da Vinci's "Salvator Mundi" for more than $75 million—down from an original asking price of $200 million yet still a sizable amount.
Hollywood actor George Clooney is reportedly considering a sale of his own Italian villa for the whopping price tag of $100 million, making da Vinci's home seem like a deal by comparison.