Oddi in the first half of the 17th century. The property was later re-transformed in the 18th century by the architect Giusti, in such a way as to give elegance to the facade, while the transformation of the park by Filippo Juvarra , endowed the villa of elegant green spaces for which it is nowadays famous. The property consists of a main house , stables and farmhouse , for a total of about 5,000 sq.M., all being surrounded by a park of about 4,5 hectares. The main villa is built on 4 levels with a total of about 2,100 square meters. The basement consists of large reception areas (old kitchens , lounge, reception, secretary , etc. ) mostly renovated ; on the raised ground floor there is the beautiful living room and adjacent rooms elegantly frescoed; on the first floor 8 bedrooms 6 bathrooms; on the second floor, 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The villa has been largely renovated maintaining the original style of that period ; the stables and the farmhouse , for a total of approximately sq. M. 2,800 still need to be restructured even if works of consolidation and re-roofing have been already initiated . The large park surrounding the villa is embellished by a large tank called " Peschiera " used for fishing, by a nymph dedicated to Venus , a citrus grove, now abandoned , a beautiful grass-field with old trees and camellias around.