Historical villa in Veneto with pool and tennis court
“Villa Lioy” is the historical name of this prestigious villa not far from Venice that was commissioned in 1865 by the Italian Count Barbaro and built by the famous architect Camillo Boito.
The precious nineteenth-century residence is a building of architectural merit, mentioned in the architecture yearbooks and was the destination of internationally renowned scholars and historians.
It enjoys a splendid wide and open panorama as it stands on the top of a hill of exclusive property (16,000 sqm). Notwithstanding its panoramic position, it is only 2 minutes’ walk from the main square of the village of Montagalda.
The villa is about 630 sq.m and it is arranged on three levels. The main entrance of the villa is on the first floor preceded by a very comfortable veranda that welcomes the visitors.
The ground floor is entirely dedicated to the living area with living room, dining room, kitchen and study. The neoclassical white marble arches make the living room the elegant and sober heart of the house.
Altogether the house counts seven services, six bedrooms and a there is also a small spa with a jacuzzi tub and a sauna to take some pleasant moments off.
The property is completely fenced with tall trees and it is enriched by a tennis court and a swimming pool. Due to its particular conformation it is particularly suitable for hosting a heliport.
The entire building complex also includes the caretaker’s house located next to the large driveway gate.
This prestigious building complex is about 7 km from the Grisignano di Zocco exit / A4 Milan-Venice motorway. 30 minutes from Venice and 15 from Padua and the thermal stations of Abano Terme.