VILLA PULEJO, MESSINA

Villa Pulejo represents the epitome of charm and refinement of Sicilian historic homes. Like a journey through time, the nineteenth-century elegance is interpreted with personality and taste, while maintaining its unique style that has sentimental roots. Drawing on this inspiration, we wanted to give something unique to our city, Messina,[…]

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VILLA RICHELMY, COLLEGNO (TO)

The villa was built in 1774 by the architect Carlo Ignazio Galletti for the banker Pietro Rignon. The property was then given as dowry to one of the nephews of the first owner when she married a member of the Richelmy family, that still owns the property.It is an excellent[…]

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VILLA RONCATE, COMO

The villa is located on the Western side of Lake Como Basin. It is a former convent from the XVII century, transformed during the XIX century into a private house.  It offers a magnificent view of the city and the lake. It has a broad garden; some of the main[…]

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VILLA ROSSI DANIELLI, VITERBO

Villa Rossi Danielli  is a graceful 17th century country manor, that has been owned by the same family for three hundred years and which is designated as a national monument. Set in splendid countryside just one hour north of Rome, the villa is ideally located for exploring Lazio’s Etruscan sites[…]

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VILLA RUBINI REDAELLI, DONGO (CO)

Villa Rubini Redaelli is a beautiful example of the classic architectural style of Lake Como. The elegant spaces in the main villa are enriched by a turret and a picturesque veranda, which offer a breathtaking view of the romantic Lake Como. The dreamlike atmosphere of the villa is characterised by its beautiful surroundings: the[…]

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VILLA SANTA GIULIA, PIOMBINO (LI)

Villa Santa Giulia is situated in the Northern part of Maremma in Tuscany, in the inland close to the Gulf of Follonica, an area of the Tyrrhenian coast extending between the promontory of Piombino and Punta Ala in front of Elba Island. The Villa is 800 metres far from the[…]

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VILLA SANT’ANGELO IN PANZO, ASSISI (PG)

Sant’Angelo in Panzo was built around the X century on the ruins of a Roman settlement. Throughout its long existence, it has been a convent, an abandoned hermitage, a patrician residence, a rural house and now a private dwelling. During the centuries it has however maintained its original structure, with its[…]

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VILLA SELVATICO DA PORTO, CODIVERNO DI VIGONZA (PD)

Villa Selvatico da Porto was probably built between the end of the 1400s and the beginning of the 1500s, and is a patrician country residence, where the nobles used to stay during the summer “villeggiatura” and for the control of the agricultural estates. There is no certain information on who[…]

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VILLA SIMEOM, ANDEZENO (TO)

Villa Simeom is located near Turin, in the Monferrato area, not far from the Langhe and Roero hills.Built in the end of the XVIII century, it has been inhabited by the Simeom family for generations.The Villa is surrounded by over 7 hectares of gardens and 600 square meters of antique[…]

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VILLA SPADA, ORBICCIANO (LU)

In Orbicciano, summer holidays were spent. It was the holiday home of the Cenami Spada family. It is located halfway up the hill of Val Freddana, a fresh valley also in mid-August, at the bottom of which runs the road that, in less than half an hour, leads to Lucca.The[…]

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