Montello, one of the most important natural areas in the Veneto region, is a slight mountain relief just a few minutes from the city of Treviso, much appreciated for its environmental and landscape qualities rich in blooming greenery, for its quietness and absence of traffic, for this reason it has been chosen since ancient times as a place of spiritual retreat by Benedictine monks. It is in one the most privileged spots for its extraordinary panoramic views and enchanting environmental context that the artistic genius of one of the most important local architects of the 20th century, celebrated in several publications, found its expression. The villa, dominating and developed on a single floor although internally on two slightly staggered levels, is characterised by generous porticoes with an evocative flooring in the characteristic original Possagno terracotta. Inside, the cosy living area is enhanced by fully glazed walls that give it pleasant natural light and from which one of them you can always enjoy the extraordinary views of the large two-hectare private park and the incredible views of the surrounding countryside as far as the exquisite Collalto hills on the other side of the limpid waters of the Piave River. The dining area, which during joyous summer dinners can be set up in the adjoining portico, is conveniently located between the living room and the kitchen a few steps higher up. The star of the interior is the large tiled stube built in the centre of the villa, which generates such a pleasant warmth in the house that minimal use is made by the heating system. Also standing out is the voluminous interior of the living room characterised by the beautiful exposed beams in bleached wood. The sleeping area is distributed in a double bedroom and two other small bedrooms now used as a study and wardrobe room. The floor is completed by a windowed bathroom and a short section of stairs that connects the accessory service rooms below, a pantry storage room and a technical room. To embellish the property, interior lights in Murano glass, an artist's painting on the entrance wall and a capacious Jacuzzi located under the portico ready to offer the most complete relaxation surrounded by absolute peace. The temperate climate of this dry and slightly breezy micro-area makes you appreciate even more the twenty-one thousand metres of protected and safeguarded garden with its tall native plants and a typical karst sinkhole, which recall the rich biodiversity of Montello, considered a true paradise for lovers of trekking on foot, on horseback or by cycling. The property, lit and served by two entrances with parking areas and walkways, also has an authorised outdoor storage area. The healthy, well-maintained and well-preserved villa requires light restoration and retains building potential for possible extension. It is also very well connected to the airport, Venice, the Dolomites and the Adriatic Sea too.