It lays on the Lecco lake branch, thanks to its position and to the renewal works of nearby fields the villa has both lake branches view.
Built, at the end of the 18th century, by count Pietro Venini in onour of his wife, on a previous holiday house. Afterwards it belonged to Belgium king Leopold and after his death it became an hotel for a short time, then it was again private house.
In front of the villa were built avenues and grasses with a symmetric shape and a central water pool in
which the noble house front was reflected; walking from the villa a wide staircase, surrounded by air gardens rich
of fruit trees, leaded to a little pier and to a garden rich of tall trees; it was a magnificent example of italian garden
style that then was enriched by count successors during the 19th century with statues, fountains, exotic trees and
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