Historic Villa Veneto

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Historic villa in the frame of the Wildlife Park of the Euganei hills of the Veneto region, typical villa in venetian style dating back to the 15th century and in the past belonged to a powerful and famous family during the Republic of Venice and lived also by Giacomo Casanova in 1779.
The mansions for sale consists of various structures for a total space of 14000m2 surrounded by a park, of 70000m2, completely enclosed from walls.
The main villa is the building of value from an architectonic viewpoint. The structure is a classic example of Palladio the famous architect from Italy: the architect wanted to realize an ideal of perfection trying to put the villa in a perfect geometric figure.
The typical originality of the venetian style is recognizable in many details, for example in the windows with the balustrades and in the two symmetrical entrances with large staircases.
A few years ago, a team of famous architects began a project of renovation of the realestate which was suspended but aims to create roughly 70 prestigious apartments, a suggestive restaurant, a meeting room, a hotel-residence with 24 suites, some offices and a SPA.
Technical Details

Interiors surface: 14000m2

Exteriors surface: 70000m2

main villa: 230m2

3 drying rooms: 3000m2

deconsecrate chapel: 115m2

roofing used as stable and equipment room: 1480m2

building with tower, used as warehouse: 505m2



Padova km 10 – Venice km 55 – Vicenza km 30 – Verona km 89 – Colli Euganei Golf Club km 3 – Hotel Villa Pace km 0,8 – Venice Airport km 56 – Highway exit: Padova/Bologna Arcoveggio km 3.

Ref: 2232
price: 5M to 10M

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Veneto Abano Terme

Abano Terme rises at the feet of the Colli Euganei and with Montegrotto, Galzignano, Battaglia and Teolo constitutes the most ancient Thermal complex of Europe. The Abano’s origins dates back to the prehistoric period: the archaeological excavations led in Montegrotto, in locality Saint Pietro Montagnon, demonstrate that the area was inhabited by populations that knew the curative property of the thermal waters and mud yet. The Imperial Age was a period of splendour, when splendid mosaic villas were built. Later on, in the centuries of Christianity’s diffusion, connection between curative virtue of the waters and refined life caused the decline of the city. During the 12th century we find in the documents news of the city, given, together at eight castles,  by the Imperator Ottone II to Ingelfredo de’Conti. When he died Abano passed to Manfredo, who left his daughter Cecilia as heir: many nobles found to conquer her hand and lay hold of Abano, stirring up battles that ended when the Padova’s Republic imposed its predominance. Padova ordered the reopening of Thermal Baths and to promulgate statutes to discipline the use: the frequency was limited until 1554, when three doctors were appointed to direct the Thermal Bath. A second golden period was the second half of the 18th centuries, with the building of numerous villas transformed, then, in SPA: to stay in Abano became in fashion for the high society. The world wars didn’t spare it: in 1943 hotels were requisitioned and designated to host the German Air Force; next year Abano hosted International Red Cross and finally its structures became barracks for the allied troops. Today in Abano, Astoria and Verdi Hotels offer the necessary structures for cures and an ideal environment for a total relax.