In the countryside of Tivoli, a few kilometers from Rome, lies this estate of about thirty hectares, which includes the ruins of the Roman-era residence called the villa of the Vibii Vari, also known as Queen Zenobia's Villa, and a complex of modern buildings. The elevated and dominant position allows for extraordinary views. The archaeological area, of considerable historical interest, includes the villa of Queen Zenobia, the bath complex, the peristyle with floor mosaic, a cryptoporticus, a sacrarium, a baptistery, and a viaduct.
The modern buildings are scattered throughout the large estate, among olive trees, green gardens and archaeological finds. Namely a stately manor villa crowned by other buildings of various sizes
The Manor Villa, with its Pompeian red plaster facade - typical of Roman countryside farmhouses - is a three storey high building with a basement serving as cellars. It is a splendid single-family dwelling with spacious and comfortable rooms. Other comforts include an indoor swimming pool on the ground floor and a well-equipped gymnasium on the second floor. The building, located in the midst of nature, is surrounded by a tree-filled garden with a large outdoor swimming pool, a sauna, a tennis court, a pond, and a gazebo.
the property includes two large villas with spacious panoramic terraces with extraordinarily suggestive views, a tavern/restaurant with kitchen, hobby room and services, an outbuilding for guests and a house for the caretakers.