Villa Dal Gorgo is situated among rolling hills, cropped one year with wheat, next year with spelt or sunflower; one can reach the Ghizzano village within 15 minutes walk. “Villa dal Gorgo” is also an 19th century house, except that the original structure is not a typical farmhouse structure like the others. At the beginning, it was the hunting residence of Giulio Venerosi Pesciolini, our great-grandfather. He built this house in 1878 as attested by the marble inscription inside.

The villa lays on a 350 m2 surface on 2 floors and accommodates 8 people.

Ground floor: big living room with fireplace surrounded by cosy sofas and a wonderful upright piano; hall; utility room (for laundry), bathroom for the disabled, kitchen very well equipped, dining room. The vaulting ceiling have cross volts and the kitchen benefits from a barrel vault. One can access outside from each side of the house using the patio doors.

First floor: 3 matrimonial rooms ( double bed), one room with 2 beds ( for 2 persons) , 4 bathrooms one of which with tub, the others with showers, living room with fireplace, a small bridge to store the cases, etc. The interior decorations are very exquisite, everything is skilfully decorated, the furniture is all antique. There are ceilings with exposed beams. Tuscan home ceiling design is variously shaped: manmade masonry plaster, tile, and brick in combination with wood structure. The floors are mostly masonry. They make the living room.

Outside the dining room and the kitchen there is a big terrace suitable for dining in the open and a pool with a Roman staircase. From up here one can watch the spectacular hills stretching towards horizon. At dawn, you can see the deer, in groups or in pair, as this is one of their favorite spots to pass.