The 16th century villa, known as “Villa Rietti-Rota” is located in Motta di Livenza (TV), in the Villanova fraction, province of Treviso. Included in the regional institute’s general catalogue of Venetian Villa as n. TV370, it’s of great cultural interest. Due to its location and its architectural features, it will be redeveloped into tourist accommodation or into private residences.
The property is located near the banks of the Livenza River, close to a village, in a mainly agricultural context. It consists of four buildings with a gross surface area of 2.941 m², found in a vast pertinent area of 19.625 m², partially used as a park (9.000 m²) and partially as a parking lot and roads. Villa buildings 461 m². – Oratory building 41 m². – Service buildings 1.871 m². – Training and services building 568 m². These are all in a decent condition, completely usable, furnished for immediate use.
The estate is located in Motta di Livenza (pop. 10.768), in the central-eastern part of the province of Treviso (pop. 892.353), bordering with Venice, along the Livenza River. The villa is in the Villanova fraction, on Via Zampagnon, in a mainly agricultural context 5 km from the centre of Motta di Livenza, a little Venetian town, rich in history, strongly linked to the Republic of Venice, destination of religious pilgrims visiting “La Madonna dei Miracoli”. The area is easily accessible thanks to the nearby SS-53 Postumia and the A-4 motorway (Turin-Trieste), with the “Cessalto” toll-booth 8 km from the estate. The railway station is on the regional Treviso-Portogruaro line and Venice’s international airport “Marco Polo” (5th Italian airport with 9,6 million passengers in 2016) is 47 km away. Motta di Livenza is on the Red Wine “del Piave” Road that revolves around the city of Treviso. The merchant harbour is 53 km away, while the touristic one in Caorle is 30 km from the area.