This is it, y'all. This is your chance to live out all your Under the Tuscan Sun fantasies. And where better to do it than the sprawling villa once owned by the greatest artist in history?

Michelangelo's former estate can be yours, and it will only cost you about $9.3 million. A steal if you ask us, considering the place should probably be a museum or something.

The countryside property is dotted with 200 olive trees, and includes a stone-walled main house, a tower dating back to the year 1047, and a 1000-year-old olive oil mill, which has been turned into a cozy two-bedroom apartment. According to the listing, the home was purchased by Michelangelo in 1549 and it remained in his family until 1860s. But fear not - this vacation villa won't send you back to the dark ages. The current owner has expertly restored the estate, modernizing without erasing its rich cultural and historical roots.

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[Photos via Handsome Properties International]