As mentioned, the house is about 200 sq. Mts. large (2,100 sq.
ft.). It includes a large garden with shade trees and rare plants.
It includes also 4,000 sq. Mts. (42,000 sq. ft. or 1.1 acre) of a well kept
fruit orchard, with a large variety of fruit plants. The garden
is very panoramic. There are views of the neighbouring Roman
Castles: Montecompatri, Colonna, Tivoli, Monte Porzio, and one
one side, also Rome.
Rome though can be better seen from the large terrace (70 sq.
Mts., 720 sq. ft.). There is splendid view of the hills sloping
down towards Rome. You have the impression that you can touch
all Rome. Unfortunately in the day we snapped the photos, December,
and a littlte foggy day, Rome could not seen, if not partially
in its immediate outskirks. Stay tuned, we will snap the photos
again as soon as possible. Photo (d) shows the balcony going
around the house, and to which all the bedrooms have access.
(e) Facade of the villa
(f) Garden, with landscape and
views of the neighboring hills
Photo (e) shows the facade of the villa, already shown in the
page presenting the interior. Photo (f) shows a partial view
of the garden, with table and bench to dine or have tea outdoors.