Dimora patricia of 1.700 consists of a manor house in Baroque style and a centuries-old park of 5 hectares with various outbuildings: Serra, Stables, House of the caretaker, barns and rustic houses.
It is separated from the urban context by a semicircular exedra wall that delimits a private Court of Honor, from which a tree-lined avenue departs on the entrance axis and descends towards the inhabited center.
The villa has the typical U-shaped configuration of the eighteenth century, has been completely renovated in 800 (period to which the polychrome frescoes of the ceilings date) and well maintained: about 2.000 square meters, of which 1.100 distributed in the noble floors (raised and first) and the remaining divided between attic and basement.
It is composed of 43 rooms, large and bright, most of them with vaulted carriage ceilings and frescoes, the halls of representation follow one another and alternate with more intimate living rooms.
The current layout of the Park dates back to 1.800: it is an English park, with well-manicured lawns that contrast with the tall trees; there is also an Italian Garden, with box hedges trimmed according to geometric patterns.
To the central Court of Honor two side courtyards are added, on which the secondary buildings overlook, among which the Serra stands out, overlooking the Italian garden.
Under the protection of the Superintendence of Historic and Monumental Heritage, it is in a good state of maintenance.
ENERGY CLASS: G