Built at the end of the 18th century on a pre-existing 14th-century building, Villa Raccamadoro has always been the family’s country residence.
The main façade consists of two large lemon houses, separated by a scenic staircase, which were originally greenhouses for citrus fruits. Today they are used as function rooms with large windows from which to enjoy the view of the beautiful parkland extending over 3 hectares.
On the main floor of the building, frescoed and decorated with hand-painted wallpaper dating back to the time of construction, there is a delightful private chapel for the exclusive use of the family.
Entirely restored in full respect of the architectural characteristics of the period, Villa Raccamadoro is embellished with refined finishes and antique furnishings.