In front of the Villa, to the south, a large paved square, gives breadth and depth to the frescoed facade. Here, the Italian garden, closed to the east from the ancient frescoed wall and also in need of restoration, is seen as an integral part and xtension of the Villa and it recalls the typical style of the reinassance gardens with the right balance between rational strictness and creativity fantasy.
Built following specific rules of order and symmetry, it is a pleasant and harmonious combination of proportions, where the evergreen hedges divide the surface in four green areas set around the central path.
Decorated by a fountain located on axis with the lodge, and numerous valuable sculptures, in hard stone and in Vicenza stone, and archaeological finds.
The two barns, located on the west side of the garden, rapresent another important and characteristic architectural aspect of that period.
To the west lies the “orchard”, a lawn, furnished by several antique farm machinery and fruit trees in tradition of the eighteenth century.
In depth, beyond the old gate, set on brick pillars, lies the great avenue fullfiled with cypresses and poplars that bisects the farm is destined to the west to vineyards, and to the east to agricultural production.