Tenuta Sant'Antonio

Tenuta Sant'Antonio extends over a total area of about 30 acres near the headwaters Albule Tivoli. In the 15th century these lands were cultivated by Fathers Abdulaziz, belonging to the hospitaller order of St Anthony Abbot, Patron Saint from whom the estate was named after. The central body of the Villa dates back to the second half of the 18th century. Recently the Villa and the surrounding park were brought back to its former glory with an accurate and meticulous restoration aimed at enhancing the architectural and functional complex.

Surrounded by a secular Park of 7 hectares, the Sant'Antonio is a location that has a front of some hundred meters and welcomes visitors with the fountain of water lilies; In addition, the entrance staircase with dependance and lounges opens onto the north side, marked by the study, the library and the old apartment; the South side has two large living rooms of approximately 500 m2, opening onto a terrace at the level of more than 300 square meters. Atmospheric environment overlooking Tivoli and the Monti Tiburtini, in addition to the large internal courtyard, crowned by the ice fountain and Chapel.

The old stables, where in the years ' 50 were bred some purebred winners in competitions, international horse became today a large receptive environment equipped with all comforts, for weddings, receptions and events of various kinds. Possibility to host tables for over 600 guests and fully equipped kitchens.

18th-century old House has a front of about 100 metres, surrounded by a park of tall trees. It is composed of 2 entrances, a circular room, 2 large frescoed halls, a library with boiserie.

Terrace at about 350 sqm halls overlooking the Park, and the possibility of flexible coverage for any special requirements.

Old stables with three naves, where formerly they were bred racehorses, charming environment with large Windows, gardens decorated with wrought iron troughs with a total capacity for 600 seats, air-conditioned.

Small jewel next to the Court, fully painted, where peasant families met for the annual mass in honor of St. Anthony.


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