The villa (290 m²) was built in the middle of the 17th century, and in 2011 it has been renovated by architect Lorenzo Abagnale who is famouse for the recovering a library of the Vatican State. In spite of its renovation, the design is based on the conservative criteria.
The villa has a terrace (25 m²) that overlooks the garden. It also has large wine cellar with high ceilings, it can be used for keeping food and wine.
The villa is composed by ten rooms: a living room with high ceiling and a fireplace, a study, a dining room, a kitchen, six bedrooms, three bathrooms. On the thierd floor there is an attic.
Near the villa there is a separate apartment with three bedrooms and one bathroom.
Location and nearby objects
Santa Maria Maggiore is situated in the Northern Piedmont, just a few kilometres from the Swiss border. Santa Maria Maggiore is a municipality in the Val Grande National Park. This place is well-known thanks to its natural slopes, and many people visit it for skiing.
It was recently inaugurated a new nine-hole Golf Club's par 29 located in the picturesque area surrounded by pine forest and mountains.