Within the First Regional Park of Emilia Romagna for Parks and Biodiversity - Western Emilia region a few kilometers from the city of Parma, stands a splendid historical villa dating back to the mid-19th century; it is set at the highest and most scenic point of the property's park with centuries-old trees, plants and native flowers (including Parma violets) framing it. The property is influenced by the Mitteleuropean influence of Maria Luigia of Habsburg Lorena, who, following the assignment of the Duchy of Parma Piacenza and Guastalla, drew to her court illustrious artists who made important transformations in the area. The lovely attached rural building, which resembles a small Austrian country house, also dates from this period. The mansion was completely renovated in 1971 with natural materials and fine finishes such as walnut wood, handcrafted terracotta flooring for the living area and wooden parquet flooring in the spacious rooms, "Bisazza" ceramics for the master bathroom, "spatolato" finishes in the hallways and stairwell, large wood-burning fireplace in the living room and chimneys in all the rooms. On the ground floor we find the living area with dining room, living room, bathroom and kitchen and on the upper floors five large bedrooms, study, two bathrooms, rooms for utilities. The rural house consists of rooms, utility rooms, arcades, storage shed and large outdoor area. The property is located near the Golf Club of Sala Baganza, a few kilometers to the city of Parma and is connected to the main highways, the station for the High Speed train, the International Airport of Parma, as well as with the Ti-Bre Ciclovia known to fans of sustainable tourism. The residence combines and encapsulates the essence of "Good Living," immersed in the quietness and rhythms of nature, with the possibility, for those who purchase, to create an annex for a receptive activity in the lovely annex.