This ancient estate is located within one of "The most beautiful Villages in Italy'. The castle has a particular architectural value and is located in an area of our country that is one of the most rich in history, nature and traditions, moreover it is only a few minutes away from the suggestive Lake Garda.
The villa looks like a typical Venetian villa, but enclosed by medieval crenellated walls, which date its origin around 1.100. The main body of the dwelling was built as a noble residence between the 17th and 19th centuries. Among its illustrious guests, there is also the founder of the First French Empire: Napoleon Bonaparte and his état-major, during the wars of independence of the mid-19th century.
The incomparable views on the enchanting landscape of the Morainic Hills of Garda and on the beautiful private lake, are of great charm.
The internal surface of the Villa is over 2,500 square meters spread over two floors. On the ground floor there are the service rooms, the kitchen and the living room, while on the first floor which is accessed via a staircase, we find the bedrooms and a living room. In addition, the property consists of other buildings such as the 'fisherman's house', warehouses and an almost intact 18th century church.
In front of the villa there is a romantic nineteenth-century style garden, adorned with ancient and exotic trees. On the ancient walls, it is possible to walk through a wonderful path from which you can enjoy the view of a private lake and the village.
The proximity of Verona, Mantua, Lake Garda, and the main communication routes, represent an added value for this property, also from a geographical point of view.