This is where Sebastiano lived, the first of our family to reside in Camporsevoli, before rebuilding the central Villa. Some of the decorations on the ceilings are still from that period, more than 150 years ago.
Located on the first floor – second floor for Anglo-Saxons – of the “Villetta”, the hamlet’s central building where Sebastiano Grossi lived, is accessed via an internal staircase. It has a large and spacious kitchen with a dining table, a comfortable living room with fireplace and two bedrooms, one with a large wrought iron queen size bed (separable), the other with two single beds. The two bedrooms share a bathroom with a shower.
This apartment shares an outdoor area with recreational facilities with La Canonica and Il Custode, a small garden and pool, also accessed by the other apartments of the central hamlet.