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Villa Troubetskoy

An ancient historical seventeenth-century dwelling in the Veneto countryside
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Villa Troubetskoy

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Villa Troubetskoy in Mogliano Veneto

An ancient seventeenth-century dwelling in the Venetian countryside: the Russian imperial history, having been owned by the descendants of Tsar Nicholas I, makes it unique in its furnishings and beautifully decorated.
The Villa has three floors on 500 sqm, with living rooms and sitting rooms, 9 bedrooms and a fitted kitchen.
The large park in which the property is immersed gives peace and tranquility to the soul.
The Villa is located in a strategic position, halfway between Venice and Treviso, with motorway, rail and airport connections: just a few minutes from Marco Polo airport, just a few kilometers from the motorway outlets for Cortina d'Ampezzo, Padua, Venice and Trieste, five minutes from the train station.
Ideal for a family holiday or with groups of friends, in the name of rest, being able to live an immersive experience in the charm of history and tranquility.

The story of Villa Troubetskoy

Villino Troubetskoy is a minor 18th century Venetian villa built along the Zero canal to allow guests to reach Venice by water. In the sixties of the twentieth century, the canal has been moved about 200 meters, thus expanding the park.
At the end of the nineteenth century the Villa was bought by the Russian princely family of Troubetskoy as the residence of two Troubetskoy girls, actually illegitimate daughters of the Tsar and thus exiled to Italy.
One of the girls married the Duke of Morny, becoming one of the foremost and most beautiful noblewomen of the Parisian Belle Epoque, while the other sister married a Frankish Russian count.
The following generation, also made up of two sisters, one of whom was a close friend of Francesco Baracca who spent the last night in the villa before being demolished, not only had no descendants but slowly alienated the land surrounding the property. In the fifties of the twentieth century, Count Alberto del Bono, whose family had had friendly relations since the beginning of the century, helped Countess Eleonor Ennes who, on her death, left the villa to the del Bono family.


The villa can be rented as a holiday home, for photo and film shoots, for small receptions, conferences and workshops at any time of the year.

Places of interest nearby

The Villa is located in the town of Mogliano Veneto, halfway between Venice and Treviso along the Terraglio. The entire Veneto region is easily visited, as well as Friuli and Romagna.

Pets allowed
Park or garden
Price: Full price property/ per night (minimum 7 nights)
Bedrooms: 9
Beds: 18
Events Salons: 1
Places For Events: 50
Set In Outdoors: Si
Set In Interior: Si
Set In Garden: Si
Vehicles accessibility for Events: No
Phone: 276023764
Address: Via Torni, 41
Postal Code: 31021
Country: Italy
Phone: 276023764

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