Designed under the order of Grandmaster De Rohan in the second half of the 1700s as a hunting lodge, this magnificent property has 2 entrances into the main house, and a third leading into an annex. Upon entering this double fronted palazzo through the original main door and led through an entrance, one finds themselves in a very spacious atrium with statues and with impressive doors which overlook the 3000m² irrigated garden with mature orange trees and 9 wells. An imposing stone staircase, uniquely shaped like a fan leads you upstairs where the splendid Sala Nobile is found. The palazzo also comprises multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, a kitchen, living room, dining room, a sitting room and a study. Included in this astounding property are multiple terraces, a cellar and a next door residence with its own entrance, but which can be connected to the palazzo. With its rich history, striking original features and superb rooms, this splendid palazzo cannot wait to be reinstated to its former glory!