Vintage Villa in Bomarzo With Park – Viterbo – Lazio
This magnificent estate is a site of exceptional historical and unique also suitable for weddings and events. The outdoor areas include a large park and magnificent gardens dominating the entire valley, from which you can enjoy an unforgettable sunset. Visiting the gardens we find rich in culturally interesting spaces such as a small obelisk dating from the late sixteenth to early seventeenth century with the original benches, the hunting lodge, with its tower bound by the Fine Arts and various romantic routes. The undisputed beauty of the landscape is also ideal for inspiring film shoots. The famous film “all roads lead to Rome” which featured Raul Bova, Sarah Jessica Parker, Claudia Cardinale etc. etc.
Internally we find two large rooms finely decorated, which have retained the charm of past centuries. Six exclusive rooms, furnished with period furniture, with panoramic views and private bathrooms with shower or bathtub. In detail: on the ground floor, there are two parallel decorated salons, a dining room, an antique kitchen, a bedroom, two bathrooms, a storage room and, on the upper floor, five bedrooms, a panoramic lounge, two bathrooms, the infinite attic atelier. To enrich the home, also two large fireplaces, carpets, fine furnishings. The interiors can accommodate up to 120 guests seated, while the outside, with the addition of special facilities, can accommodate an unlimited number. The beds are 14, and can reach about twenty.
In numbers the villa is on 2 levels for a total of 520 square meters, in addition to the villa we also have a dependance of turret for u total of 130 square meters, all is surrounded by a magnificent park of 3 hectares.
The listing price for this vintage villa is $1,440,000.
The Renaissance Origins
The Garden and the Dimora was born in the sixteenth century AD, as a loggia with open arches, on one floor, in the Italian garden desired by the Duke Near Orsini. From there the walk to the Parco delle Meraviglie started, better known all over the world as the Park of the Monsters or Sacro Bosco. The first obelisk from which the journey began – built in peperino stone, peculiar to local archeology – stands out, in fact, in the green of our park. According to legend, it is buried under it Giulia Farnese, wife of the Duke, whom he loved very much. In the heart of every inhabitant, everyone in Bomarzo know this villa, which over time has had ups and downs: it passed, first, to the Lante della Rovere family, and then to the Prince Borghese who guarded carriages and horses and used the mess of hunting (a beautiful tower still present in the estate).