Providing privacy and tranquillity, this extraordinary estate is set in picturesque valley amidst AOC vineyards and olive groves, in the Valpantena area. The city centre of Verona is only 6 kilometres away while the Villafranca airport can be reached within a 20 minutes drive.
Being one of the most important renaissance villa of the Veneto region, Ca' Vendri was commissioned by the Giusti family in the 16th centure to the renown architect Michele Sanmicheli. A cypress avenue is leading to this exceptional residence and its numerous buildings situated on the south-west of the wing and offering a total of approximately 1300 sqm of living space. Noteworthy amenities include a spacious, heated indoor swimming pool and two elevators as well as a flourishing park of more than 4 hectares feauturing statues, fountains, a small lake and a nymphaeum hiding a Gentilitial chapel dedicated to Saint Nicholas of Tolentino.
Architectural features include a façade feauturing a magnificent fresco created by Paolo Farinati, a renowned 16th century artist.
Meticulously restored to highest standards, this extraordinary residence comprises approximately 2400 sqm of living space on three floors. The ground floor feautures a spacious heated indoor swimming pool located in an impressive hall with vaulted ceilings as well as numerous dressing rooms, bathrooms, atriums and kitchens. The first floor comprises the impressive entrance hall with cotto floors and 7 meter high wood beamed ceilings, which provides direct access to a spacious drawing room with four rooms on each side. Six unique stone portals feauturing antique door jambs with braid motifs dearest to Sanmicheli, connect the central hall with the dining room, the adjacent living rooms and the music and billiard room. All these spacious rooms feauture stone and marble fireplaces, Venetian mosaic floors, beautiful trough vaults decorated with precious stuccos and arabesques. The second floor offers eight bedrooms, four bathrooms and staff rooms.