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The Villa

The architectural complex dates to the mid 17th century while the interior to the neoclassical period, early 19th century. The building consists of a central body and two lateral wings, set slightly backward. The external two-flights stone staircase, with an elegant balaustrade in wrought iron, leads directly to the salon of the main floor. In the fašade, the balconies on the first floor with the stone balustrade and the pediment with its central eye crowned with three elegant statues contribute to make the architecture of the whole delicate and graceful.
The interior layout of the villa consists of three levels: ground, first and second floors.
On the ground floor there is a dining room with an original Molteni cooking in cast iron and copper, a cozy room suitable for breakfast or lunch with friends.
On the first floor, guests are greeted at the centre of the main hall by an elegant marble statue from Canova's workshop. The four symmetrical rooms that overlook the hall evoke the compositional model of the Venetian villa. The rooms are all adorned with frescoes, stuccos and neoclassical decorations and original Venetian terrazzo floors, fine and valuable.
The second floor houses four bedrooms with bathroom, a modern kitchen, a dining room for ten people and a lounge for reading and watching television.
On both side of the villa there are service buildings while at the back, in a fascinating setting, there is the park with a pond, the whole enclosed with a suggestive battlement evocative of bygone times.