A few minutes from Rieti and immersed in the quiet of a centuries-old park with rare and extinct arboreal species, Villa Vecchiarelli stands in a dominant position on the hills right at the slopes of Mount Terminillo with an amazing panoramic view. The villa is a masterpiece of nineteenth-century architecture and is characterized by a quadrangular floor plan with majestic towers rising at its corners that evoke the typical fortified structures of the Middle Ages. The facade is embellished by a monumental staircase with a double ramp that connects the villa with a spectacular Italian garden with a fountain in the center at the end of which there is a terrace with a view that opens onto the whole valley of Rieti. Distributed on 3 levels connected by a large staircase and an internal lift, the villa is perfectly renovated with luxury materials and presents different construction details and finishes of historic-artistic interest such as marble columns, stuccos and numerous frescoes both in the representational areas and in private spaces. On the ground floor there is a large elliptical hall with ceilings about 6 meters high in the center of which an imposing frescoed dome is supported by twin columns with Corinthian capitals. Also, there is a dining room with a coffered ceiling, a large kitchen, 2 living rooms and a bath. Between the mezzanine and the upper floor are distributed six bedrooms and five bathrooms with large windows opening onto the countryside. Attached to the villa there is a small and frescoed chapel, also recently renovated and a large swimming pool with covered relaxation area. The villa is accessed via a driveway shaded by cypress trees that ends with a large square where you several cars can be parked.