Stay in a Venetian villa in Treviso
La Fenice is a “Venetian Villa” registered in the Regional Register of Venetian Villas, a short walk from the center of Treviso. Entering Villa La Fenice lets you experience the atmosphere of the Venetian 700s.
Villa La Fenice is immersed in a secular park of about 16,000 square meters. Bordering the river Storga, a tributary of the nearby Sile. The complex consists of the Historic-monumental Villa and the “Barchessa”.
Treviso was the “granary” of Venice and its mills produced flour which, together with the timber from the “Cansiglio” for the construction of ships, were transported to Venice across the Sile river. One of these mills for the production of cornmeal adjacent to the Villa, on the other side of the river Storga, is still in operation.
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The surroundings of Villa La Fenice
Villa La Fenice is located in a strategic position from which it is possible to easily reach Venice, Padua, Verona, Vicenza, the Historic Village of Asolo, the town of Bassano del Grappa, the Follina Abbey.
2,5 Km from the historical center of Treviso
25 KM from Venice
Not far from Verona
200 meters from the cycle path (Restera)
An elegant and charming place
Ancient maps show that during the eighteenth century, there were three factories, the one further upstream was an integral part of the Sunday complex, while today it is part of another property. On the façade, towards the garden, there is a tempera decoration depicting among other things “Mercury with Winged Helm” protector of the merchants.
From a map of the early eighteenth century, it is clear that the villa, of considerable size, had a façade facing via Callalata characterized by a central arched tympanum flanked by two dormer windows decorated with lateral volutes.
Currently the Venetian Villa stands on two floors with a high attic, flanked by two lower symmetrical buildings, which are characterized by the upper terraces protected by wrought iron balustrades, designed with “liberty” motifs. The two main facades are very different from each other, a symbol of various transformations made to the building over time.