This Venetian Villa represents a property of particular historic and artistic interest. It was built between 1535 and 1789 by a noble family of the area of Verona, at the beginning of the Nineteenth Century it was the seat of Napoleon's troops, and later hosted several times Ferdinando I of Borbone. The property is set within a valley rich in vineyards and orchards, located between Verona and Lake Garda, well connected to the main communication routes. Through an original door with the coat of arms of the family, we reach a stunning inner courtyard, flanked by a colonnade dating back to 1650, with annexed dependance and farm building. On the ground floor of the villa, there are a wide loggia, rooms with vaults ceilings and fireplace, a cool cellar, and the entrance to the service rooms. On the first floor the rooms of the drawing-room are decorated with precious frescoes of biblical scenes that are attributed to the painter Giovanni Ghirlandini. Spacious areas and drawing-rooms characterize the noble floor that hosts the master bedrooms. On the upper floor, have been created many rooms that could be used as bedrooms. This floor could be also divided into independent housing units. The property is surrounded by vineyards and a park.