This historic dwelling, extended over an area of 1700 sqm plus a park of about 14.000 sqm and surrounded by wide lands, is considered as one of the most beautiful art villas of the 1700s in the area of Vicenza. The history of this important villa Venetian villa includes two of the most important architects operating in Vicenza between 1500 and 1700: Francesco Muttoni e Ottavio Bertotti Scamozzi. It is a stunning example of a villa with neoclassic taste, clearly inspired by the architecture of Andrea Palladio. A broad staircase flanked by statues leads to the ionic pronaos of the villa. The garden with its Italian style is limited by two fishponds aside the front gate. Important are the statues of the fronton and on the sides of the entrance staircase. The ground floor, dedicated to the presence of two housing units, has been renovated and cared for in all its artistic and pictorial details, whereas the colonnade (barchessa), elegant and majestic, has undergone a restoration operation. Today, the villa is the scene of many events that take place in the wonderful indoor spaces of the noble floor with its frescoed rooms and great hall, and outdoor in the centuries-old park.
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