In the iconic frame of the Brenta Dolomites, named a UNESCO "World Natural Heritage Site," lies Madonna di Campiglio. Known worldwide for the ski resort's 155 km of slopes, this mountain town draws more than 3 million elite tourists to it every year. Among its dense, bright green forests that turn into a warm palette during foliage and are covered by a soft blanket of snow in the winter time, lies the ancient Maso Paluac that invites the observer to discover every detail. The original local stone that makes up the walls, the logs on the facades and the hand-cut roofing boards that cover the roof communicate authenticity. The property consists of two buildings and about 9,000 square meters of lawns and woods. The main building accommodates on the ground floor the dining area with a kitchenette that is characterized by a wood-burning fireplace, a sink carved out of the trunk of a conifer tree, and a charming "Cocinas Lacunza" stove. A room, a bathroom and a third room complete this level. Going up to the upper level, we find ourselves in a single room where the warm wood is the dominant feature. This living room has another wood-burning fireplace and two large windows that allow views of the jaw-dropping Dolomites, which reveal the first rays of sunlight in the morning and are illuminated by the lights of sunset dying the sky in pink by evening. The secondary property, originally intended as a gamekeeper's dwelling, has similar features to the main one but is smaller in size. Despite being only 5 minutes by car from the center of Madonna di Campiglio, from Maso Paluac is not possible to reach with the eye another man-made construction ensuring absolute privacy.