Villa Visconti is a beautiful historic residence designed at the start of 1804. Throughout the years it has undergone many renovations, although none have been as transformative as the work done by CMilano. The building is in the shape of a U, with a central body - the main wing - and two adjoining lateral bodies, originally the service parts. The front of the building faces an open courtyard fenced in by a curved gate made of stone pillars alternating an iron gate, the back faces an idyllic backyard.
In redesigning the estate, historic elements of the Villa were kept; the tuscan-style pillars, crown moulding, decorative ironwork that encase balconies and terraces all have remained unaltered and are surrounded by modern cabinetry and fixtures to further highlight the unique history.