This prestigious 17th century villa is a historical testimony, of which the patricians Dolfin have been protagonists since 1500 in the city centre of Scorzè (in the province of Venice). Known as the Villa Dolfin De Ferrari, this stunning property of approximately 1616 sq.m. is developed on three levels – boasting amazing living spaces and a private garden of 3.580 sq.m. with a little church of 65 sq.m. dedicated to Saint Gaetano of Thiene. The ground floor (690 sq.m.) offers a large entrance/main hall with the typical Venetian floor and the Sansovino truss leading to the magnificent library, two living rooms, and two other elegant rooms. Many of these have overdoors decorated with magnificent bass reliefs depicting medallions of ancestors and symbols of wealth and luxury of the Dolfin family, which can also be found on the upper floor. The arcade to the west has a porch and rooms currently used for storage. The first floor, with an area of 690 square meters, develops around the passing hall, too. Four bedrooms, two of which with en-suite bathrooms, a studio, four more rooms and three bathrooms round out the first floor. The wing of the colonnade is entirely used as a barn. The second floor, with a surface of about 170 square meters, has been divided into four rooms served by a long central corridor.
The exclusive property could be used for both residential and tourist purposes, such as agritourism or hotel, or as representative offices.
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