The entrance to the property is via a private driveway with a movable bar, through the gate in anchored iron with stone parapets – an example of ancient prestigious workmanship. Through this gate you can reach the main building following the tree lined alley for about 120 m up to the court of the house.
The grounds from the both sides of the driveway are planted in vineyards with about 3,000 vines. The villa consists of the ground floor and the first floor, 8 rooms in total, plus utility rooms and services, the gross floor area is approx. 283 sqm, the usable area is 152.50 m² on the ground floor and 38.00 m² on the first floor.
The external corners of the house are in sandstone, external fixtures are made of doorposts and architrave in sandstone, and iron frames. Internal frames are in old wood in a good condition.
Veranda in front of the house is paved with brickwork, perimeter columns in sandstone surmounted by ceramic and iron vases. The entrance staircase and wainscot are covered with brick tiles.
The complex includes three additional units: the building for storage with 59 m² of gross floor area and 49 m² of usable area, the guests house with 63 m² of gross floor area and 55,40 m² of usable area divided into two rooms and toilet, and one more storage outbuilding with 13.00 m² of gross floor area and 9.00 m² of usable area, adoptable for changing room and toilets for a football field’s service.
The field is made for outdoor activities, with pavement in industrial quartz, fully fenced with iron stakes and metal wires, illuminated with halogen lights for night use. The ex irrigation tank, converted into the swimming pool, is also completely fenced with low wall with iron railings which is accessed by an iron gate, recently covered. The area around is paved with terracotta bricks, accompanied by lava stone seats and lighting. All the additional buildings are finished internally and externally.