The lush hills of the sunny Treviso foothills area near the city of Vittorio Veneto and at the foot of the Cansiglio, a protected environment of inestimable naturalistic heritage among the most important in Europe, are the ideal context where in 1640 the important Trojer family built this monumental villa, fully protected and cataloged in the register of Venetian Villas, which, with the whiteness of its majestic facade, stands out between the green of the park and the woods, and the blue of the sky on which Monte Pizzoc stands out on the background. Through an imposing framed arched portal you enter the property consisting of the very well exposed main villa, with a private chapel dedicated to the Madonna del Rosario, and to the east by generous adjacencies connected by a large porch for a total area of 2,000 square meters in a park of 2 hectares comprising a spacious fenced garden in front with a large courtyard interposed in addition to the private estate, all in a single body, mainly lawn and with various tree species. The villa is spread over three levels including the attic above the main floor and they are all perfectly habitable and only in need of a light restoration, while the adjacencies are to be refurbished even if structurally in order. With more than thirty rooms, of particular importanc are the very bright hall on the main floor with the elegant three-part entrance and other rooms with decorated chestnut beams, the rumpus room with the typical larin fireplace, the dining room with the original terracotta flooring and the large living room with the suggestive trusses of the wooden structure of the roof in plain sight as in the room of the old barn. Externally, the airy arcades of the porticoes and the continuum of arches of the two large lateral loggias, centrally interrupted by the double staircase in local sandstone and in harmony with the oval windows of the attic floor, underline the nobility of the villa, also embellished by the central elevation with coat of arms, baroque curls and elaborate pinnacles by master stonemasons of the time. The municipality of Fregona, famous for the renowned Torchiato and a production of DOP cheeses of absolute importance as well as a growing interest in the cultivation of the olive tree which the two hectares of the villa would lend, comfortably offers all the basic services in addition to those more important and complete than the nearby Vittorio Veneto. For pleasant moments of leisure, the fabulous 18-hole Cansiglio Golf Club is just a few minutes' drive away and is one of the best mountain courses in Europe. The motorway, rail and airport connections are also very convenient, as well as the possibility of reaching Venice and the Adriatic Sea or the best Dolomites with the iconic Cortina d'Ampezzo well connected in less than an hour.