In the countryside of Faleria, medieval town about 40 km away from Rome and 50 km from Viterbo, charming 16th century mansion. The historic residence stands in a dominant position surrounded on one side by Soratte mount while on the opposite side by the Cimini and Sabatini mountains. In a reserved location but 1 km from the center of Faleria, the building stands on three levels plus a panoramic tower, with a total covered area of 487 square meters. Summer residence of the nobles Anguillara built in the mid-1500s, the estate is surrounded by a small fenced park where there is an ancient hexagonal well engraved with the Strozzi and Anguillara coats of arms. From the main entrance on the ground floor the atrium faces the central hall with stone fireplace. Around the hall, there are three rooms with the coat of arms frescoed in the vaults, a kitchen and two bathrooms. A staircase leads to the upper floor, the Piano Nobile, almost specular to the below floor but enriched with sixteenth-century frescoes and coffered ceilings. Around the large hall on the main floor there are four rooms with panoramic views, 3 with en-suite bathrooms. Reaching the upper floor we find a living room with wooden beams and a kitchen. On the last and top floor we reach the panoramic tower, with a bedroom overlooking the valley with en-suite bathroom. The proximity to Rome, the historical location in the Roman Tuscia just 3 km away from the famous town of Calcata and 20 km from Lake Bracciano, Faleria itself with the ancient castle of the Anguillara, everything makes the estate a splendid residence suitable also for an exclusive accommodation activity.