Just 2 kilometers from Valenza, one of the most important centers in Italy for the craftsmanship of jewelry and gold, there is La Voglina, a prestigious historical manor dating back to the first half of the 18th century. The house is an exceptionally intact example of the noble country housing culture and the story goes that it has hosted Napoleon's troops during the Italian campaigns. The property, of about 3,300 sqm, nestled in a large park of about 25 hectares with vineyard land and beautiful woods, is characterized by the main building with a typical horseshoe shape, whose central body is spread over three floors. The interiors have sumptuous halls with frescoed vaults and stucco. The elegant central hall connects the inner courtyard with the beautiful garden, embellished with numerous centuries-old trees. On one side of the central hall, there is a living room with a fireplace, a billiard room, and a private chapel consecrated in 1767; on the other side, you access a large dining room followed by another living room leading to the kitchen and to the service area. The upper floor, which is accessed indifferently by two internal staircases, there is the sleeping area composed of numerous bedrooms and bathrooms. Part of the east wing of the villa is divided between a newly renovated detached apartment, a garage, and an orangery. The west wing is to be renovated, as it is the L-shaped rustic, located adjacent to the villa. La Voglina, in addition to its historical value, has great potential from a tourist-receptive point of view, given both by its architectural structure and its strategic location, a crossroads between Milan, Turin, and Genoa.