Considered one of the most important renaissance villas of the Veneto region, Ca’ Vendri outside of Verona, Italy was commissioned by the Giusti family in the 16th century from the renowned architect Michele Sanmicheli.
Soaring ceilings and high-end finishes are just a couple of this legendary villa’s many charms. A cypress avenue leads to the residence which has been used for countless weddings and photo shoots.
A magnificent fireplace with a raised hearth dominates the great room which can seat 160 people.
The property includes a conference room and luxurious bedrooms on a grand scale with high ceilings, large windows, and detailed moldings.
The first floor comprises the impressive entrance hall and 7-meter-high wood beamed ceilings. The second floor offers eight bedrooms, four bathrooms and staff rooms.
Architectural features include a façade and a magnificent fresco created by Paolo Farinati, a renowned 16th century artist.
The grounds include an indoor swimming pool, a golf driving range, and a spacious park that includes statues, fountains, a small lake and and a chapel dedicated to Saint Nicholas of Tolentino.
Providing privacy and tranquility, this extraordinary estate is set in a picturesque valley amidst vineyards and olive groves in the Valpantena area.
This home is listed with Cofirm Immobilere and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.
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