A HARMONIOUS BLEND OF PAST AND PRESENT.

The house lies sheltered in a natural landscape of exceptional beauty. The oldest part dates back to the 17th century, the more recent to the 19th century. The charm and fascination of these eras are still preserved.

The materials used – brick, wood and stone – symbolize a time that the owner did not wish to erase, but rather wisely enriched with modern comforts and facilities.

Thus the lounge is spacious and versatile, comfortable and cosy, warm in winter and cool in summer. In the kitchen, large windows allow light to enter an airy setting, where space, harmony and utility are essential cornerstones.

A HARMONIOUS BLEND OF PAST AND PRESENT.

The house lies sheltered in a natural landscape of exceptional beauty. The oldest part dates back to the 17th century, the more recent to the 19th century. The charm and fascination of these eras are still preserved.

The materials used – brick, wood and stone – symbolize a time that the owner did not wish to erase, but rather wisely enriched with modern comforts and facilities.

Thus the lounge is spacious and versatile, comfortable and cosy, warm in winter and cool in summer. In the kitchen, large windows allow light to enter an airy setting, where space, harmony and utility are essential cornerstones.

The past meets the comforts and achievements of modernity.

The past meets the comforts and achievements of modernity.

Pietro The Great, an original 17th century painting.

Evocative window at the entrance of the reception hall.

Pietro The Great, an original 17th century painting.

Evocative window at the entrance of the reception hall.

DRAWING-ROOM SOPHISTICATION AND PRAGMATISM.

An elegant staircase winds its way up to the upper floor, where a coffered ceiling in Lombard-Venetian style runs the entire length of the drawing-room, refined, tasteful and expressive.

Light floods in through the Gothic windows and blends in an intriguing mix with coloured light from the mosaics above.

DRAWING-ROOM SOPHISTICATION AND PRAGMATISM.

An elegant staircase winds its way up to the upper floor, where a coffered ceiling in Lombard-Venetian style runs the entire length of the drawing-room, refined, tasteful and expressive.

Light floods in through the Gothic windows and blends in an intriguing mix with coloured light from the mosaics above.

Elegant staircase, which winds its way up to the upper floor, and Lombard-Venetian coffered ceiling.

Elegant staircase, which winds its way up to the upper floor, and Lombard-Venetian coffered ceiling.

THE WINE CELLAR, CULTURE AND TRADITION.

Tradition and modernity, the elements characterising all the rooms, and a sense of elegant taste come together in the wine cellar as well.

Cool and welcoming, ancient and meditation-inducing, cultural and conservative, it is not a mere accessory, but rather the culmination of a tradition which, in this vineyard-carpeted area, finds unique, distinctive expression.

THE WINE CELLAR, CULTURE AND TRADITION.

Tradition and modernity, the elements characterising all the rooms, and a sense of elegant taste come together in the wine cellar as well.

Cool and welcoming, ancient and meditation-inducing, cultural and conservative, it is not a mere accessory, but rather the culmination of a tradition which, in this vineyard-carpeted area, finds unique, distinctive expression.

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