The villa was built in the last quarter of the 19th century, on previous rural buildings, to act as a family residence, in the context of wider landed properties. It has always been inhabited first as a main residence, later as a country house, bringing enlargements to the growth of family nullei over the generations, giving it the current consistency. The original part develops on two floors and an attic, another wing, built between the two wars, was born rebuilding and expanding on two floors, unifying the style and architectural quality to the main body. Later it was rebuilt a further building consisting organically of agricultural outbuildings, providing it with a service apartment, a large porch, a parking lot for cars and warehouse.
In the first unit, the typological plant is typical of the Venetian house: a large space passing overlooking the park on both sides and four rooms that overlook both the ground floor and the first. On the ground floor there are a large main living room, a study, a further study room and a kitchen / dining area with the typical "fogher", going upstairs there are four bedrooms with two bathrooms and another quinata mezzanine room with third bathroom. In the attic, a further four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a common room. In the second unit, on the ground floor is the living area with large living room, dining room, music room and study, overlooking the park through large French windows and separated by local kitchen and services. On the first floor there are five bedrooms and three bathrooms. Finally, the third unit consists of an apartment, two large porches, warehouse and laundry annexed. The structure is surrounded by a large park of old trees that contribute to make the whole property even more suggestive. The property is located in Monastier di Treviso, just 30 km from Venice, 20 km from the sea of Jesolo, 10 km from Treviso, in a convenient and strategic position at the airports of Venice and Treviso and to the main communication arteries for all the other destinations.