External view of the villa
the fulcrum of the built-up area is the nineteenth-century villa
with its Italian garden of approximately 2,600 square metres arranged around a central fountain from which four gravelled alleys lead to so many entrances. Composition:
the villa of 450 square metres includes two drawing rooms, a kitchen, a small dining room, a living room with a television set, 4 bathrooms and 7 bedrooms able to accommodate approximately 12-14 persons.
From the drawing room with the fireplace on the raised first floor one goes down to the park, which includes a 8x12 metre swimming pool with changing room, shower and toilet.
On the north side of the villa there is a paved courtyard, bordered and sheltered by buildings on all sides. A carriageway affords access.
This was once the administrative centre of the entire hamlet, with cellars, granaries, oil press and oven, in addition to the home of the fattore or farm manager, now restored and an integral part of the complex available to the clientele.