Emilia-Romagna > Ravenna > Faenza
The property is a complex consisting of a villa with a park and a residential building that served as home to the lessee, with adjoining buildings functional to run the same barn, shed, barn and a small agricultural property.The villa, built in the late eighteenth century. and the first half of the nineteenth century., during the years has been aimed at both manor that after school.The town of Faenza in has issued a certificate of unavailability, it is likely to think that by that date the property in state of almost total abandonment.The lot on which insists the villa consists of a courtyard carved out of land area of square meters and a park of square meters land area, access to the lot is from Manzuta away through a gate and a long tree lined avenue.The building of the house is a single building made of brick vertical structures, horizontal floors and wooden floors, vaulted ceilings in arelle, the floors of the south wing are made of brick and cement, evidently the result of a later restoration building. The cover is made of wood surfaced with tiles.The building has three levels above ground of the same size, the first of which is used as a services kitchen, workshop, stores, etc. , the floor level houses on the east front an entrance hall decorated with stucco plaster the walls, frescoed rooms and its two lounges, one placed in the north has the ceiling partially collapsed.On the west there are utility rooms and stairwells of vertical connection. The second floor level looks very similar to the distribution layer presenting two exhibitions at the ends in this level the floor of the hall of the north wing is partially collapsed and local distribution and service on the west front. The level of hedging has collapsed in the northern and southern ends.The former rural building is divided into two separate buildings each with two floors, one for residential and productive with some outbuildings barn, pigsty on the ground floor, the other dedicated to the pro production services hen house, woodshed, barn .Both buildings are built in masonry, finished externally with plaster not painted. They too are in a state of neglect.