An Italian country estate featuring elegant interiors, a spacious Italian garden, and a rich history dating back to the mid-1700s.
Introducing Villa de Clario Filangieri di Candid; an 18th-century country estate in Livardi, Naples is listed by Christie’s International Real Estate for $4.6 million. The property, built in the mid-1700s by Orazio Mastrilli, Marquis of Livardi, boasts elegant black and white geometries on the main floor, overlooking greenery with terraces offering views of the Vesuvius crater, 28 miles away. The 200,000 square foot Italian garden features box hedges, centuries-old trees, a citrus grove, and an Arcadian temple.
The villa’s history dates back to the wedding of Vincenza and Francesco Saverio De Clario. Owned by the Filangieri di Candida Gonzaga since 1920, the estate has been well-preserved. Over the years, it has hosted notable visitors, making it a prestigious destination on the circuit of Historic Houses and the Garden Club. Situated 19 miles from Naples, and 37 miles from the Amalfi coast, Villa de Clario Filangieri in Candida remains one of southern Italy’s renowned and captivating estates.
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