The villa is surrounded by a fenced park of c.ca 6.000 mq, planted with tall trees and flowers (beeches, red beeches, oleanders, oaks, cedars, magnolias, camellias, rhododendrons) that delimit the perimeter and create a great privacy, as well as the impression from the rooms of the dwelling of being protected by a natural and verdant curtain.
The main driveway access, paved in Luserna cubes with porphyry curbs and raised in river pebbles, forks both leading to the 60 car garage and the entrance to the house. Above the garage, a hanging garden has been created with wrought-iron structures for climbing plants.
Large flat areas planted with turf, well-kept, are suitable to accommodate the construction of another building or ancillary rooms to the pool (which can also be built), exploiting the residual building volume for an area of approximately 200 square meters for residential use.
A secondary access is available as a service entrance for gardening work. There are also two pedestrian accesses.
Automatic irrigation system (Toro control unit) and two robots for the continuous cutting of the turf.
Kennels and small house for garden equipment complete the exteriors.
A building with very high standards, both in the interior finishes and in the details of the façade, entirely covered in dry-laid stone.
The building is on two levels above ground plus a basement.
The ground floor houses a large room of c.ca 80 sqm with double living room adorned with a 17th century French fireplace and a large dining room. The study is remarkable, clad in boiserie made from an ancient South Tyrolean stube, and embellished with an Empire fireplace.
The kitchen of around 35 sqm with fireplace and old-fashioned brick bread oven offers a spacious porch with barbecue built with the same stones as the cladding of the facades. The two rooms have a paving in antiqued stone in Venetian red and biancone.
A guest bedroom with en suite bathroom (cladding in precious Spanish enamelled terracotta) completes the ground floor.
Also resumed on the first floor, the flooring represents the best available in the use of the parquet: ancient oak planks, recovered from a Cadore distillery, are wax-finished exalting the beauty of the 300 years of age.
An important staircase leads to a mezzanine that offers access to the bedrooms; it houses an important ornamental basin in the Empire-era marble, with dedicated lighting.
In the master bedroom we find a liberty fireplace in cipollino marble and a master bathroom with double sink with external coverings, double jacuzzi and shower. The coatings in this case use Burgundy marble, with characteristic fossil inclusions, and a part of mosaic above the hot tub.
The two further bedrooms have wonderful decorated antique doors; both have en suite bathrooms and large custom cabinets.
The basement offers a large space with direct access to the garden, with an important fireplace carved out of the ancient altar of a church from the end of the seventeenth century, characterized by the exquisite workmanship; cellar, large ironing room, bathroom, as well as an apartment for caretakers, complete the interior spaces.
Plant engineering denotes the same care given to finishes, with a complete state-of-the-art equipment.