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Main House Torrecchia

The main house is a former granary built by the Borghese family in the 17th century. It was fully renovated in the early 90's by the famous architect Gae Aulenti for Prince Carlo Caracciolo, and became an elegant and sober villa. Ideally located within the medieval ruins of the historic castle, it overlooks a magnificent 1.260-acre estate, comprising abundant wildlife, lush vegetation and archaeological sites. The veritable jewel of the domain remains its five acre English garden designed by the famous English landscape architect Dan Pearson.

A  swimming pool is located in the middle of the medieval ruins along with several relaxation and massage areas.

Main House

First Floor:

  • Entrance hall, Gallery, Library, Staircase and Elevator

  • Two Bedrooms with double bed and en suite bathroom

  • One Bedroom with twin beds and en suite bathroom

  • Powder room

Second floor:

  • Entrance hall

  • Living room with double height ceiling and fireplace 

  • Master bedroom with fireplace and en suite bathroom

Ground floor:

  • Dining room with a 30 seat table and two  8 seat tables

  • Outdoor Pergola with additional dining tables and sitting area.

  • Powder room

  • Butler’s pantry and breakfast room

  • Kitchen

  • Pantry 

  • Laundry room

(Available through registration)

Guest House:


First floor:

  • Living room

  • Master bedroom with en suite bathroom

  • Two bedrooms with double bed and two bathrooms

  • Dining room

  • Kitchen


Ground floor:

  • Very large library with movie screen

  • Powder room

  • Wine cellar

Second house Torrecchia Vecchia
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