Rising at the entrance of the ancient town, 30 minutes from Vicenza, is this elegant neoclassical complex designed by Carlo Barbera in the late 1700s. It comprises a monumental Venetian villa, whose façade features imposing Ionic columns and a central tympanum overlooking the private park in front, while the rest of the structure overlooks the large inner courtyard. Registered and protected as an artistic and cultural heritage, internally it presents the classical distribution of noble palaces with a large loggia and numerous rooms with decorations and fireplaces. The property includes a large barchessa with porch and guest rooms, fully restored stables, the janitor's dwelling, service rooms, shed and other autonomous living quarters at the rear. Three entrances facilitate access, in a well connected area close to the highways leading to the airports as well as the cities of Venice, Verona and Lake Garda. The complex is well maintained, having undergone major renovations in the 1980s and others more recently.