Built in the 1940’s and renovated in 2014, it has an elegant and refined country atmosphere, with an aristocratic past which can be seen in its sophisticated objects. The Villa represents the air, both because of its particular position partially suspended like a terrace and its particular large, out-sized windows which almost create no barrier between the in and outside.
The modern and the antique blend creating balances and sensations of an ancient history revisited and partially discovered in the present.
Going in through the main entrance you find yourself suspended between the olive groves and the Lake, the two views you find behind and in front of you as you enter. The drawing room is welcoming with an all-round view and the fireplace and bookshelves create a warm atmosphere on the notes of a grand piano which plays once more. The terrace near the drawing room dominates part of the Tenuta and the family Church, a wonderful place to enjoy the air of the cypress trees and the view of Lake Garda.
The four rooms named after the constellations are elegant and spacious. With antique furniture, a mini fridge and wardrobe at the entrance, they have windows like paintings depicting the spectacle of nature, some the lake and the hill and others the hills, wooden floors, large bathrooms with huge windows and Lessinian stone or marble.