Splendid example of Bourbon architecture of 1800, available for the most beautiful ceremonies, the most longed-for events, the most important meetings. It has a lovely private park and direct access to the Church of Madonna della Quercia.
A history's jump...
Wanted in 1800 by Donna Catherine Annonj as a gift to Count Enrico Carrara, her spouse and direct descendant of the family of Carraresi of Padua, the Villa was first summer and then permanent residence of the noble family. In its rooms and its rich furnishings still live the atmosphere of the years in which the house was a meeting place for artists, scientists and intellectuals, whom the Carrara loved to house in and support.
The Halls of Villa Carrara immediately highlight the skill of the craftsmen of the time, able to create ceilings, interiors and finishes of sober majesty. Two floors with Halls of various widths, which have major decisions, celebrations in honour of nobles and dignitaries.