The villa’s interior primarily boasts vaulted Renaissance stone portals and it is characterized by terra cotta flooring. On the ground floor, you’ll find a chapel created in the eighteenth century. Since its construction, the structure served as a large agricultural estate and it was central to the farm that developed in the area between the XVII and XVIII centuries. The villa was modernized in the last century for the marriage of Carlotte Barbolani and Simone Francesco Velluti Zati, Duke of San Clemente. The plateau on which the building stands is characterized by a fine lawn. Its perimeter is bordered with cypress trees, particularly on the side that faces the Val Sovara. Finally, you’ll see a precious stone well located to the side of the driveway entrance.