A few kilometers from Belluno, in a dominant position over the Piave valley, we find for sale this majestic Villa. Surrounded by greenery, it consists of a completely unspoiled territory: the villa, in fact, is not affected by any surrounding building development.
The part for sale consists of approx. 20 hectares, accessible through a long tree-lined avenue and a master entrance typical of Venetian Villas.
The complex for sale includes the main building, janitor's house, stables and stable with attached private courtyard.
The villa is considered, for its architectural features and dimensional balance, one of the best realizations in the province of Belluno enhanced, also, by exteriors that enhance, through terracing, its majesty and historical importance.
In the 1800s, in fact, it was one of the most interesting locations, highlighted in every aspect by the nobility of the owners, also recognized for the large production of wine and agricultural products.
To date, a project is being developed to restore these types of cultivation according to the directions given by the Veneto Region.
The prestigious role of this site is also highlighted by the presence of frescoes by one of the best-known painters in the 19th century period, Ippolito Caffi, which are present in the main hall as evidence of the villa's more than noble period.
According to an accurate analysis, the intervention of the complex should include the restoration of the central body by recovering the rooms according to the indications of the superintendence of Venice. The connected buildings, on the other hand, need a renovation intervention granted by the urban planning instrument in force that provides for the possibility of creating a residential environment with high quality standards that, while maintaining its original identity, allows for current livability.
The stable, as the third element within the courtyard, was conceived as a structure used for wellness according to a development also in the basement part with direct access to a second terrace to the south of the Villa. An avenue bordered by hedges leads to the property's small church dedicated to St. Florian (dating back to the 16th century), which stands at the highest part of the hill and consists, at the back, of a gardened labyrinth symbolizing pilgrimage according to the rites and customs of the time.
In a first analysis, a feasibility study was carried out to verify the possibility of building a private heliport to optimize all kinds of connections, to the nearby Dolomites and to the cities of art in the Veneto region and beyond (Cortina d'Ampezzo, Venice, Florence, Rome, etc.).
An exclusive project to keep intact the uniqueness of this Venetian Villa by nourishing and emphasizing its fine beauty. The property, for its architectural and environmental qualities, lends itself to be one of the best examples of Venetian Villas with high quality standards.