The enchanting complex of Villa Bortoluzzi rises in an ancient embankment that once delimited the Roman city and which today demarcates the historic center of Oderzo, formerly a monastic settlement of the Camaldolese Order which became over the centuries the noble residence that hosted aristocratic families of the local lords . The structure, which enjoys a large nineteenth-century private park, is divided into various aggregate units of which the elegant independent area of the south wing is available, made autonomous and connected to the complex only by the imposing ancient crenellated corner tower of which it occupies the entire internally connected mezzanine floor and which guarantees a suggestive view of the green of the park from the romantic private corner terrace. Entering the property from the main gate you come directly in front of the facade characterized by the harmonious coexistence of various architectural styles from which stand out the west turret with the two typical panoramic overlaying verands, the large private porch and the mullioned window on the smaller brick turret in addition to the pleasant facade decorations strongly characterized by the articulated compositional scheme. Internally the house with independent entrance offers generous spaces with comfortable living areas distributed on the main floor and comfortable ancillary rooms such as the garage, the greenhouse and the large storage cellar with the original flooring, on the ground floor where we find a welcoming entrance room with adjoining parlour leading to the green of the open courtyard behind, where the cloister once stood. On the main floor, the villa consists of a large and bright living area with lounge and kitchen connected to the tower from whose raised veranda you can appreciate the relaxing panoramic views open to the surrounding greenery and the city, four bedrooms, or three bedrooms and a study, with corridors and an interposed antechamber processing room, two bathrooms and a large storage room that can be partly lofted thanks to its comfortable internal heights. The property, healthy and dry, enjoys an exceptional exposure and is structurally in order as it does not require any urgent interventions, habitable as per photographic report and still has part of the original Venetian flooring very well preserved. Peace and relaxation are guaranteed by the three hectares of the quiet park decorated with flower beds, where, together with the numerous plants of botanical importance, we still find the ancient icebox of 1857. The convenience to all the services of the city is yet another quality that expresses this exclusive property located just a few steps from the famous Piazza Grande and the Cà Diedo Park. The precious Opitergium, which has earned the titles of City of Art and Archaeological City, is well served by the main road and railway network, with Venice just 50 km away and the Dolomites well connected.