The most illustrious abodes of Cavaso del Tomba used to belong, in the past, to the owners of the woollen mills. The family that most distinguished itself in this field and that played a major role in the town's history between the end of the eighteenth century and the beginning of the nineteenth was the Bianchi family. This family owned several impressive houses located between Cavaso and Obledo; of these only three have survived, and one of them is Villa Bianchi at Caolonghe di Canizza, a building that dates back to the eighteenth century, with a coat of arms on the fronton, in Venetian style with an adjoining barchessa (a porticoed farm building) for services and staff.
The elegant building, standing in its own grounds of 630 m2 , with an enclosed courtyard, has been restructured, maintaining its characteristics and high quality building materials, such as wooden beam ceilings and floors, and marble staircases.
The courtyard can be reached through two entrances: the main entrance, to the front, through a large wrought-iron gate, and the secondary entrance, at the side of the villa.
On the ground floor there are: a spacious entrance, a kitchen, a scullery with a fireplace, a drawing room, a cellar and toilets.
The first floor is formed by a spacious room and by four double bedrooms, each with its own adjoining bathroom.
On the second floor there is a large double bedroom with two adjoining attic rooms, and a bathroom.
All rooms have central heating and have been furnished and prepared for guests by the current owner.
The annex consists of a ground floor with an entrance hall and four rooms, two of which have a fireplace; an internal staircase leads to the first and to the second floor, that have four rooms each. A portico adjacent to the building has been restructured to provide covered parking places. The building is in need of maintenance.
Different potential uses are contemplated: residential use, tourist hotel etc.
Villa Bianchi has five splendid and comfortable rooms.
On the first floor there are four spacious and elegant rooms with period furniture. Each room has its own independent bathroom. Villa Bianchi allows you to spend a night enveloped in an eighteenth-century historical and cultural context.
The rooms provide a warm and welcoming environment, ideal for both long and short stays in the splendid setting of our villa. The original wooden beams, the wall paintings, everything has been faithfully restored to let you savour the sensations aroused by this historical setting.
On the second floor there is an ample double bedroom that has been skilfully restored to its historical splendour; with its period décor it provides an extraordinary setting. Adjacent to the room there are two attic rooms and an independent bathroom. All of this is finished off by the timber roof beams and flooring and by the warm welcome Villa Bianchi offers to all its guests.
Villa Bianchi is in the province of Treviso in Veneto not far from Venice. From Villa Bianchi you can easily reach splendid important cultural and tourist locations.
Possagno: Golf, cycling, horse riding and splendid walks are only a few of the activities that will allow you to relax in the marvellous landscape of Cavaso and its surrounding areas, in close contact with nature.
Asolo: This historical town is an ideal tourist destination where you can pass pleasant moments of relaxation and culture.
Prosecco wine route: This world-famous road that winds its way through the Prosecco vineyards will allow you to sample the excellent local wines.