Valpolicella Luxury Mansion | Veneto
“In a valley that stretches between Verona and Lake Garda, journey back in time at this 16th century luxury mansion with its swimming pool and richly-decorated interiors.”
The interiors of the Valpolicella luxury mansion are truly majestic, with vaulted ceilings, original floors, rich tapestries and antique oil paintings. The ground floor of the villa has a large living room. In addition it has a grand dining room with beautiful coffered ceilings and a well-equipped kitchen. On this floor there is also a bright double bedroom with toilet. An elegant stairway leads to the first floor. Here you will moreover find a spacious bedroom with two double beds, a fireplace, and en-suite bathroom, as well as a triple bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
On the second floor there are four modern bedrooms, all with bathrooms. The first two are triple rooms, the third sleeps 4 in two double beds, and the last is a double bedroom. Whether strolling in the carefully laid-out gardens, or eating in the magnificent dining room, you’ll feel like royalty while staying in this exclusive property.
A 1,5 hectare private park surrounds this sixteenth century mansion. Age-old trees, ancient statues and tree-lined alleys dot the landscape. It features an aboveground pool, equipped with sun beds. The outdoor dining table, under the shade of a parasol, is the perfect place for enjoying the tranquil peace and quiet of the park.
This Valpolicella luxury mansion is situated in the Veneto region, in the heart of Valpolicella. This idyllic valley stretches between the town of Verona. The city is a 15 minutes drive away from the property. Additionally Lake Garda can be located about 20 minutes away. On the edge of the Pre-Alps, Valpolicella is famous for its vineyards. It is the ideal base for wine lovers to explore Northern Italy. The villa stands in the lovely village of San Pietro in Cariano, where you will find markets, restaurants and shops. There are three well-known golf courses close to the accommodation. These are Sommacampagna, Marciaga and finally Peschiera.